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The Story of Amar Chitra Katha | Tales & Trails
They had atleast 2 generation of Indian kids, hooked to them for life. But how much do you actually know about the Amar Chitra Katha & what went into making these iconic comics? Catch the story of the teller of India’s ‘immortal tales’ - told for the first time ever, in Tales & Trails.

History Daily

History Daily

The Legacy of Maharana Kumbha

Catch the story of Maharana Kumbha, one of the greatest kings of Mewar and builder of the mighty Kumbhalgarh Fort.

Snapshort Histories

The Indian who Invented Shampoo!

Catch the story of the man who introduced ‘Shampoo’ to the world and was the first Indian to publish a book in English and open an Indian restaurant in England. We present the extraordinary Sake Dean Mohamed.

Stories that Make India

The Making of Shahjahanabad (Part 1)
Join us on a journey where we take you back to the 17th century when Old #Delhi was founded as the walled city of Shahjahanabad when a Mughal Emperor decided to shift his capital here.  

Amazing India

Amazing India

Jodu Kalasa: The Twin-Towered Temple

Twinning back in time! Amid the crumbling stone and forgotten ruins in Sudi, Karnataka lies the most unique of monuments, the twin-towered Jodu Kalasa Temple, with its two sanctums and a common mandapa. We take a closer look!

Amazing India

The Bedrock on Which India Stands

Did you know that the Nandi Hills in Karnataka are part of the very bedrock - the building block, of the Indian subcontinent and have been around for 3.5 billion years! Catch the story...

Amazing India

Mailgad Fort : Pride of the Nawabs

A little-known hill fort in north-eastern Maharashtra tells a tale of princes and great treasures. Catch the story of Mailgad Fort, which gets its name from a goddess who lives on the premises

Road to Enterprise

The Story of Parsi Enterprise
Catch the story of Parsi entrepreneurship and how they made their way from shipbuilders and traders to India’s leading industrialists. Also, catch the one link with the bygone days and old trade links

Living History

History in a Dish

The Kahani of the Khichdi

This humble comfort food is not just versatile, almost every family has a different recipe for it, it is also ancient. Here is the story of a dish most Indians take for granted!

Forgotten Treasures

Phulkari: Woven into Tradition

The traditional embroidery phulkari, represents a ‘living’ tradition that can be traced back hundreds of years and continues to this day.  

Living History

The Bombay School: Redefining Art In Colonial India

Explore how Mumbai’s Sir JJ School of Art shaped art in India in the 19th and 20th centuries with a blend of Western techniques and Indian aesthetics @sirjjfineart