Live History India : Stories that Make India

Tales & Trails

11:16
Tales & Trails | Inside India’s Only Opera House
Join us on a journey through time as we trace the story of India’s only opera house and find out why a whole area in Mumbai is named after it! 

History Daily

Amazing India

Chandragiri: The Last Capital of the Vijayanagara Empire

It did not end at Talikota... a part of the grand Vijayanagara empire continued to exist for another 81 years!

Amazing India

Hirapur: The Secret Cult of Yoginis

The temples of the Chausath or sixty-four Yoginis, are strewn across the heart of India, in Madhya Pradesh and Odisha. What is the story behind these tantric goddesses and why are they shrouded in mystery?

Stories that Make India

02:50
Jaipur’s Blue Pottery
From the Mughal courts to the palaces, catch the story of how Jaipur has made the famed Persian Blue Pottery its own. 

LHI HerStory

LHI HerStory

India’s First Woman Judge

Anna Chandy was one of the earliest feminists of Kerala and the first Indian woman to become a judge, across the entire British Commonwealth. She also fought fiercely for womens’ rights and against patriarchy

Snapshort Histories

Mumtaz Mahal’s Journey to the Taj Mahal

While the Taj Mahal is celebrated as a monument of Shah Jahan’s love for Mumtaz Mahal, few are aware that she died in Burhanpur, 900 kms away from Agra.

Amazing India

The Old Goddess of Lothal 

In a small corner of what was once a mighty port 5000 years back- Lothal, stands a temple dedicated to the ‘Goddess of the Sea’.

Weaves of India

11:52
Tangaliya: Woven Beads
See amazing & colorful woven beads, come alive on the loom. Here is the story of the exquisite Tangaliya form Gujarat, told by the master craftsmen who have been working their magic, for generations

Living History

Forgotten Treasures

India’s Unmissable Treasures  

As we celebrate the International Museum day, we take a trip through some of India’s top museums and tell you about the most iconic, unmissable treasures. 

Forgotten Treasures

The Agra Diamond

Among the strange places that Mughal diamonds have been to, is the stomach of a horse! 

Road to Enterprise

12:40
Marwaris & the Markets
Legendary investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala shares his journey and what it means to be a Marwari