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Tako Tako Talks is a podcast where the hosts talk about society, culture, mental-health through art, literature and other creative human expressions.

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Podcast Episode's:
#9 Feminism and hypocrisy
<p>In this episode the hosts, Eidde and Koi talk about Palequin Bearer, a poem by the first female governer of India Sarojni Naidu. The hosts discuss how her poems are evasive to a more empowered society and their hot takes on her works. Tune in, to know more. </p>
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#8 Dream on Dinner
<p>In this episode the hosts talk about the book "Dinner List" and pick up little aspects from the book and explore how it affected their life. May it be friends, romantic afflictions or more, everythign is touched upon- and ofcourse the usual banter.</p>
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#7 So done with Normal People
<p>Head bumps with dogs, rather normal. In the second part of normal people- Eidee reads Normal People and we catchup on how this book sits in her existence. We go over things like what are the major differnces of the two charcters who love each other. Discussing each aspect and our usual commentaries on the world of words.</p>
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#6 So normal its abnormal
<p>Here, the hosts discuss the novel "Normal People" they go through extracts of the book which inpire them, thgey see how the normal people are well, so abnormal. </p>
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#5 People are Dada, Dada is Dada.
<p>This Episode is the continuation of Tristan Tzara manifesto as our hosts dig deeper into the dadist poem and diction by picking out tmthe dadaist poems which they found intriguing. They try to give a read, but more like end up shouting out the poetry. They have both named the female dada poets and writers who were important namely Jean Arp, Beatrice wood and more.</p> <p>At the end of the Podcast they formulated their own fun conception of dada- as it all dada, as dada is nothing and everything. Dada is dada</p>
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#4 Francis and Francise
<p>Our fourth episode is about a letter written by F. Scott Fitzgerald to his daughter on how to deal with the cutthroat world and work your way through people but not limiting yourself. It's a beautiful yet fun read of Sequesters which is very much like Fitzgerald.</p> <p>We get a glimpse of his love for his daughter as he advises her about the ways of the world and how to come up with a relevant coping mechanism. But he does so with ease, as a friend speaking casually and his words carry weight and are something that our hosts have enjoyed reading.</p>
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#3 Daddy issues Ft. Silvia
<p>Our third episode is an analysis of poem Daddy which is by Silvia Plath who wrote this confessional poetry and popularised the concept  where she has explored the effects of family bond, emotion and mental state and how pain is felt by everyone anywhere. Our hosts Ravroop Kaur and Koi take a back seat to peel out the psychological aspects of the poets life and coorelate it with topics such as Father Daughter relation, elektra complex, Victimized mentality, Depression, Nazi- German outlook and the Polik view, a rasist segregation which was prevelant during World War 2.</p>
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#2 You get Dada, and you get Dada! -finger guns-
<p>Our second episode is about the thought provoking ideas and rudeness behind Dada and dadists culture in Art forms and writers like Tristan Tzara, Max Ernst, André Breton among others that emerged to rebel in the aftermath of the first World War. Wendiscover how the aftermath of the 1 st World War paved a way for surrealism and Cubism through Dadaism and how the artists and the writers and poets of this lost generation  expressed themselves more candidly. </p>
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#1 Just The Slightly Selfish Keats
<p>Our first podcast is about a letter by Keats to Benjamin B, showing the perpetual relevance of imagination and how it influences expression and writing.</p> <p>The host Ravroop Kaur and Guruvinayak Singh Budhwar take it upon themselves to further understand how the romantics poet and writers like John Keats influenced the Romantic Era and how the texts are still relevant in our present society and impact an individual emotionally as a medium to find oneself immersed and inspired by beauty and image to self heal.</p>
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Tako Tako Talks [Trailer]
<p>This is the trailer of Tako Tako Talks- The Culture, Art, Literature Podcast.</p>
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