Through this show, BIG FM will bring forward courageous stories of unsung warriors in Indian history. Sangram interviews various historians and experts who share lesser known facts and shine new light on old stories
Meet one of the very first revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle, Vasudeo Balwant Gogate.
‘Azadi’: How Kamla Bhasin improvised and popularised the slogan.
Kamla Bhasin - Feminist icon, poet, author and a pioneer of the women's rights movement in South Asia.
Amrita Sher-Gil is India's most famous woman artist and recognised by the Indian government as a “National Treasure” What was so different about her art? Dr. Neelambari Jagtap shares her life story with RJ Sangram.
Baby Tai Kamble was a Dalit activist and writer who was inspired by B. R. Ambedkar. Dalit literature is sometimes criticized as painful and hard to read. Baby tai kamble has portrayed her difficult life with a light-hearted point-of-view.
Untold story of Sarma - first woman spy in history, way back in the Vedic times! Fearless and adventurous. Professor and head of history Department Shraddha Kumbhojkar taking 3500 years back!
In an era when a woman speaking out of turn was considered blasphemy, Dr Irawati Karve was smashing gender barriers to explore new thoughts and territories. Dr. Shantanu Ozarkar is sharing this inspiring story with Sangram.
Anthropology is the study of people, past and present, with a focus on understanding the human condition both culturally and biologically. Sangram is simplifying this term with the expert Dr. Shantanu Ozarkar (PhD In Molecular Anthropology).
Rukhmabai Raut was one of the first few Indian women to practice medicine in India. She was also the one who orchestrated the Age of Consent Act, 1891. What is to be noted here that the seeds of her discontent with child marriage were sown by her desire to study. Professor and head of history Department Shraddha Kumbhojkar is bringing forward this untold story with Sangram!
Savitribai Jyotirao Phule was a prominent Indian social reformer, educationist and poet who played an instrumental role in women education. Professor and head of history Department Shraddha Kumbhojkar is sharing unknown facts of 'first woman teacher in India -Savitribai Phule'
RJ Sangram in conversation with writer and History Professor Ganesh Raut talking about Babu Genu's immense contribution to the Indian Swadeshi movement.
It is unfortunate that we know about only a few revolutionaries from our fight for independence. There are many others who made the ultimate sacrifice. Writer, History Professor Ganesh Raut and RJ Sangram introduce us to just such a courageous man.
The world knows Dr Ambedkar as the great reformist and architect of the Constitution of India. Here RJ Sangram and writer, History Professor Ganesh Raut explore the unknown facets of this great soul.
Jyotiba Phule, Social reformer who dedicated his life for Dalit and Women upliftment. RJ Sangram in conversation with writer and History Professor Ganesh Raut.