A Bi-Weekly Podcast for Curious Minds.
The goal of this podcast series is to stimulate your curiosity. We discuss anything from science to art to technology to novels, movies, philosophy, and even psychology in this series. We’ve invited several folks who have worked in a range of fields. We intend to amuse the audience with a pinch of information and expertise.
We release a new edition of our podcast every 14 days. So keep your eyes open.
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The Story Behind All Fingers and Thumbs.
To be honest, there isn’t a straightforward answer. It’s more of a scenario from the beginning of time. All fingers and thumbs is also a podcast universe, where we gather a group of brilliant people to share knowledge and experiences. So, when you have some free time, you may listen to and learn from our ensembled heroes.
History of Art
“Art is a lie that makes us realize truth.” – Pablo Picasso.
Art is always unique! Due to the varied backgrounds and belief systems of people around the world, it has a subjective perception. This makes it challenging to define art or figure out how to interpret it. It leads us to infer from the past. We can always see things from a different perspective.
Therefore, we will cover the history of art briefly in this episode of All Fingers and Thumbs. The artist who is our guest, Mr. Kavya Kumar Bhatt, has given us some fascinating insights into the history of art and how numerous civilizations have benefited from it.
Kavya holds degrees in printmaking, graphic design, and fine arts. He has an elegant knack to tell stories and produce abstract art. Kavya has a unique way of presenting details about the past of many things. It has the power to inspire passion for the arts! Get a general idea of how art has changed historically by watching or listening to this episode. Keep up with Kavya on YouTube and Instagram. Follow Jainish and RiffScript on numerous platforms as well. Deven deserves special recognition for his superb videography abilities.
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Meet Your Hosts
An inquisitive cat became an entrepreneur, attempting to carve out a niche for his solid idea in this vast and beautiful world.
For his love of randomness and abstract patterns of life, Jainish decided to pursue nothing after completing bachelors. And just like that, he ventured to the USA for earning a masters degree.
However, fate had it different for him and he was sent home. He, then, chose to embark upon a journey full of uncertainties. Jainish dreamt of creating a community to help creators, individuals, businesses, and artists. In order to fulfil the dream, he started RiffScript with two of his friends. The same dream led him to create this beautiful podcast series named All Fingers and Thumbs.
An artist trapped in the body of an engineer is what rightly represents Harshverdhan!
Harshverdhan embarked on a path to improve his marketing skills after finishing his bachelor’s degree in information technology. As a result, he earned an MBA from one of Australia’s top institutions.
He’s an integral part of both our podcast series and RiffScript. His ability to adapt and orate makes his presence one-of-a-kind and striking. This series would not have crossed continents if it hadn’t been for Harshverdhan.
Pallav is a profound and extremely intellectual creature hidden behind a simple guy with a fantastic sense of humour!
Pallav is working with a well-known American organisation. His acting abilities are matched by his technical expertise. He has a peaceful demeanour and might appear to be an introvert, yet he has an unquenchable desire to comprehend reality in its purest form.
Pallav approaches All Fingers and Thumbs with a new perspective. Our task is made easier and more enjoyable by his ability to improvise and willingness to record our podcast at unusual hours. Pallav is similar to herbs put on a pizza; pizza would not taste as good without them!