Live History India : Stories that Make India

Cover Story

Cover Story

Ledo: The Road that Raised a Storm  

A unique road connecting India, China and Myanmar was the largest, costliest and most controversial engineering project of the Second World War

Cover Story

The Sufi Heart of Delhi

The capital of India and the seat of power, Delhi hides many secrets. Here is why so many kings and empire builders headed here, through the centuries

Tales & Trails

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The Forts of Bombay | Tales & Trails
Once the sentinels that protected the islands of Bombay, the forts of the city are in a bad shape. Worst off is the oldest & most historic, the Mahim fort, swallowed by slums. How can we save them? FInd out in our ground report

Snapshort Histories

Snapshort Histories

Nanak Singh: Power of the Pen

The story of a writer who proved that the pen is mightier than the sword and went on to become one of the greatest literary giants of Punjab!

Snapshort Histories

Kumaon: Echoes of the Past

Akshay Chavan reviews Manju Kak’s In The Shadow of The Devi: Kumaon of a Land, a People, a Craft by Niyogi Books

Amazing India

Amazing India

Ratnagiri: The Seat of Tantric Buddhism

A short distance away from Bhubaneswar in  Odisha, is a site that is considered to be the seat of the unique Vajrayana or Tantric form of Buddhism which spread  across the sub-continent from here

Amazing India

Inamgaon’s Mysterious 2500-year-old Burial Practices

Till the 1960s, farmlands around Inamgaon, a village near Pune, had huge mysterious mounds which flummoxed locals for generations. When archaeologists began digging, what they found, made history. 

Road to Enterprise

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The Story of the Marwaris
Find out what makes the Marwaris one of the most successful business communities in India