Living On Your Own In The Pandemic

Illustration by Bhawna Parmar

As the outside slowly opens up to life after the deadly second wave of the pandemic, the inside is still grappling with absence, loss, death, fear and loneliness. This episode we meet people who navigated, and continue to navigate these feelings on their own.

In ‘Living On Your Own In The Pandemic’ , five folx from rural and urban speak to The Third Eye about their experiences of solitude and confinement; what one learns, how one copes, what one laughs about, who do they call, who rang the bell? As we enter another unending phase of social distancing, Abhishek, Anita, Astha, Avadesh, Kathya and Madhuri take us through solitary households in the pandemic, and show us what making the most of time looks like.

Madhuri revels in storytelling and uses it as a tool to create dialogues between different communities and generations of women. When she is not recording or taking interviews, she is at her Kahaniyon Ka Adda on YouTube, finding and documenting everyday acts of rebellion. As a learner and a practitioner from the field of humanities, she constantly pushes to critically examine structures around her till she finds a way to talk about it over a cup of coffee. Madhuri is the Podcast Producer for The Third Eye.
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