The culture of a place tells the lifestyle which is composed of social behaviour, languages, laws, customs, art, and habits of the individuals forming a society. It is the inquisitive nature of humans worldwide to know and understand the plurality in cultures. To bring you closer to the aspects of Indian culture, Here, we have the best 5 cultural audiobooks. 

  1. Anupam Kher Prastut karte hain Bharatvarsha: Kabir

This audiobook Anupam Kher Prastut Karte Hain Bharatvarsh: Kabir is created by ABP News and narrated by R J Ashish Jain. This audiobook is based on the great poet Kabir. The history of Indian culture is incomplete without Kabir. The book claims that Kabir was a farsighted saint whose writings are immortal and have sustenance and relevance in every century, no matter how much time changes.  After listening to this audiobook you will also agree to the point that Kabir Ji’s thinking still matches with 21st C. Anupam Kher Prastut karte hain Bharatvarsh: Kabir in Hindi is phenomenal work that helps us learn what Saint Kabir writing verses and Dohas have to say and suggest. 

  1. शिव से शिवत्व तक (द्वितीय खंड – नीलकंठ) 

The author of this audiobook is Ashutosh. This book describes the early life of Lord Shiva when he had neither supernatural powers nor moon on his head. The book explains religious belief and explains why Devon Ke Dev Mahadev holds an essential and auspicious position in the universe. The author Ashutosh has described the life of Lord Shiva differently. In this audiobook, you will get to a perfect amalgamation of science and mythology. This audiobook is an Amazing blend of science and fiction that keeps you engaged with listening. 

  1. अनुपम खेर प्रस्तुत करते हैं भारतवर्ष: चाणक्य

Indian is a land where personalities like Emperor Ashoka, Chandragupta Maurya, Akbar and Mahatmas and saints like Gautam Buddha and Kabir were born. And, their contribution to Indian history is immortal. And, one amongst them was Chanakya. Anupam Kher Prastut Karte Hai Bharat Varsh: Chanakya sheds light on the life of Chanakya. He was an ancient Indian teacher, philosopher, economist,  jurist and royal advisor. People also identify him as  Kauṭilya or Vishnugupta, who wrote the ancient famous Indian political treatise, the Arthashastra, a text that is believed to have its origin in the 4th century BCE and the 3rd century CE.  He is also considered the pioneer of the field of political science and economics in India. So, listen to this audiobook to know more about him and his contributions. 

  1. धन नहीं तो क़द्र नहीं 

The audiobook Dhan Nahi Toh Kadr Nahi is written by Sukhendra Kumar Pande. In this audiobook, the author states that the current demand of today’s people is having money. If you don’t have money then don’t expect anything from society. People can dare to break their relationships just for a few cents. The author also raises a pertinent point that money is not everything in this world, but still, money holds the utmost position. Many such issues are raised by the author in this book Dhan Nahi to Kadr nahi audiobook. It is quite an informative book that teaches us a very important life lesson. 

  1. The Karma Chakra

No matter the time, era or place, the quest for wellness is universal and found predominantly in every human. Thus, this audiobook sheds light on the ancient Indian traditions of Yoga and Ayurveda. And, provides deep insight into the time-tested formula for transformation and hacking into one’s own power of manifestation. If you want to channelize your energy by presenting Chakras as a tool for self-development, then this audiobook is for you! The book talks about Sankhya, Yoga philosophies and the Karma doctrine to tell how the Chakra energies work. It outlines several concepts (such as sound, colour, mandala, body parts, related ailments and dysfunctions) related to the seven chakras. So, listen to this audiobook and understand the meditational aspect of a culture.


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