TODAY ON LHI
Thrissur - India’s Gold Capital
TODAY ON LHI
The Croats of Goa
TODAY ON LHI
India’s Lost Cupid

History Daily

Snapshort Histories

Katas Raj - Tears of Shiva

Locals in Pakistan are fighting to save a Hindu temple complex, home to an ancient legend and a symbol of the shared heritage of two countries

Snapshort Histories

A ‘What if’ of History & SRK’s Link to It

What is the link between a mass movement that swept through the region on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border during the turn of the 20th century and Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan?

Road to Enterprise

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Road to Enterprise
Trace the journey of the business communities that shaped the Indian economy

Amazing India

Amazing India

Gujarat’s Dinosaur Park

Head to Gujarat’s Rahioli and you will find one of the world’s most spectacular dinosaur parks with thousands of intact dinosaur eggs! Also meet the earliest inhabitants of India, like the Rajasauras Namadensis - King Lizard of the Narmada  

Amazing India

The Secrets of the Gobindgarh Fort

This year, the Punjab government opened the historic Gobindgarh Fort to the public. While the capital of Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s kingdom was Lahore, this fort was at the heart of his empire

LHI HerStory

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 the she died in Burhanpur, 900 kms away from Agra.

Snapshort Histories

Rani Durgavati: The Warrior Queen of the Gonds

The story of Rani Durgavati, the Queen of the Gonds, who valiantly defended her kingdom against the Mughal army

Living History

History in a Dish

Worcestershire: A Sauce from India?

The tangy Worcestershire sauce is popular and relished across the world. But did you know that despite the very British name, this sauce traces its origins to India?

Forgotten Treasures

The Greek Connection

Deciphering the history of Greek rulers in India, through ancient coins

Weaves of India

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Weaves of India
We bring you the timeless stories that are threaded into the ‘Weaves of India’