Nisha Susan’s Trinity is now an exclusive Hindi podcast.

Remember when we thought we would always be 16? When we thought we’ll take over the world?

Meena, Annie and Nayantara – ‘the three girls from St. Agnes’ – feel that they rule the world. They are dancers, they light cities on fire travelling from festival to festival, they revel in each other, and oh that glory – friendships.

Then, college ends.

How far do we carry love from our college friendships? When and where does it go?

Nisha Susan’s story ‘The Trinity’ from her collection The Women Who Forgot To Invent Facebook And Other Stories, published by Pratilipi, is a tale of three best friends competing for the world from Thiruvananthapuram, all the while holding each other’s hands. In an exclusive Hindi translation and audio narration, ‘The Trinity’ become ‘Tridevi’.

Tune in to the story to meet Tridevi – the three dancer girls.

Narrated by Juhi Jotwani.

Translated and produced by Madhuri Adwani.

(Cover image courtesy Pratilipi, all rights reserved)

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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