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Listen to Select Clips Below from Baba’s Podcast

Indian Culture

Diwali
Ganesh Chaturthi
Holi

Breaking Baba News

The Bhut Jolokia
Cockfight

Baba News (Investigative Journalism)

Baba News (07.01.12)

Indian Folk Tales

Bed Bug and Flea
Little Mice and Big Elephants

Thought for the Day

The Little Bird
How to Prepare for a Date

Comedy Camel

Comedy Camel Sample 1
Comedy Camel Sample 2

Baba Blue (Spicy Baba) – Not for Kiddies

Baba Blue Sample 1
Baba Blue Sample 2
The Wedding Night

The Adventures of Sunny Leone

Sunny Leone, Bollywood Actress

Ajun Patiala
Online Spat

Baba News (08.05.12)


Featured stories include: A teacher is jailed for beating up and cutting the hair of a 10-year old student for not conforming to the appropriate code, India pampers its pooches, and the debut of the India National Museum of Toilets. If you would like to see the full video of the event, check out Baba’s site: DeathByCeilingFan.com

Baba News (07.01.12)


International News Correspondent Baba Gonesh delivers the latest news from India.   Stories include:  Runaway Bride Returns Home to New Toilet, Laughing Yoga Club is Banned by India Court, Poisonous Spiders Invade Indian Village, Man with Record 14-ft mustache offers grooming tips.

Baba News (03.24.12)


International News Correspondent Baba Gonesh delivers the latest news from India. Baba discusses “Angry Brides”, a very popular game in India based on Angry Birds, only this game allows brides to get their revenge against opportunistic dowry seekers.

Baba News (03.04.12)


International News Correspondent Baba Gonesh delivers the latest news from India.   Terror in Mumbai!! Baba Gonesh returns from India where he witnessed first hand the chaos and mayhem resulting from wide-spread panic of the rumored “Monkey Man”.  Local residents believe that a peculiar figure resembling a black monkey runs on their roofs at night, swings from tree to tree, kidnaps children, and attacks women before consuming them.  Baba plays actual testimonials from the local villagers describing their personal experiences.