About the Host

My name is Ara Ehamparam and I’m the creator/host of the podcast who happens to be a super curious guy. I ask a lot of questions if you know me, so naturally I created a podcast to give myself an excuse to learn more about super interesting people that I’ve met.

I’m currently the co-founder of Continyou Care (one-stop shop software solution for senior homes across Canada) and co-founder of TamilCulture.com (digital media platform + community which celebrates the global Tamil diaspora in addition to discussing hot topics). I love working on projects that have a social component to them. Ultimately at the end of the day, a business needs to make money, but should also leave a lasting, positive legacy from a social perspective as well.

My favourite question to ask people is “Why?”. I see myself as a husband, son, brother and friend before entrepreneur, and my life choices reflect it. I am a believer of the FIRE movement, as I think a big mistake people make is that they take on too much financial overhead, which restricts their ability to do work that is more meaningful to them. I love solving problems and believe the only constant in life is change. I have worked with or am currently working with some very smart and driven people on interesting tech projects in industries including in-store commerce, logistics, media and healthcare. I’m not creative but greatly admire creative people (actors, musicians, etc.) because through their art, they are able to bring change by getting people to think differently through empathy.

The Tamil Creator Podcast

Celebrating, spotlighting and learning about the brilliance among creators in the Tamil community (which is a highly influential/successful group relative to its population size) all over the world. I want you to feel like you're like a fly on the wall eavesdropping on a conversation that is a combination of educational, inspirational and entertaining.



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Latest Episodes

EP #62: Vinnin (Vinuson Suntharesan) – 17-Year-Old Canadian...

Vinnin (@vinninwinnin) is a 17 year-old Malyali/Tamil-Canadian hip...

EP #61: Priscilla Sreedharan – Former Associate Producer...

Priscilla Sreedharan (@priscillasree) is a content producer and...

EP #60: Ravi Srinivasan – International Programmer At...

Ravi Srinivasan was raised in a half-Filipino, half-Tamil...

EP #59: Genevive Savundranayagam – Serial Entrepreneur &...

Genevive Savundranayagam (@genevivesav) is a serial entrepreneur, brand...

EP #58: Suresh Sriskandarajah – Lawyer, Engineer &...

Suresh Sriskandarajah (@suresh.sriskandarajah) is a technology and business...

EP #57: Amritha Shakti – Chennai-Born, Australian-Raised Musician...

Amritha Shakti (@amritha.shakti) is a Chennai-born, Australian-raised song...

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    About The Host

    My name is Ara Ehamparam and I’m the creator/host of the podcast who happens to be a super curious guy. I ask a lot of questions if you know me, so naturally I created a podcast to give myself an excuse to learn more about super interesting people that I’ve met. I’m currently the co-founder of Continyou Care (one-stop shop software solution for senior homes across Canada) and co-founder of TamilCulture.com (digital media platform + community which celebrates the global Tamil diaspora in addition to discussing hot topics). I love working on projects that have a social component to them. Ultimately at the end of the day, a business needs to make money, but should also leave a lasting, positive legacy from a social perspective as well. My favourite question to ask people is “Why?”. I see myself as a husband, son, brother and friend before entrepreneur, and my life choices reflect it. I am a believer of the FIRE movement, as I think a big mistake people make is that they take on too much financial overhead, which restricts their ability to do work that is more meaningful to them. I love solving problems and believe the only constant in life is change. I have worked with or am currently working with some very smart and driven people on interesting tech projects in industries including in-store commerce, logistics, media and healthcare. I’m not creative but greatly admire creative people (actors, musicians, etc.) because through their art, they are able to bring change by getting people to think differently through empathy.