From wet nurse to the power behind the Mughal throne, the royal court had scarcely seen a woman so scheming and ambitious. Catch the story of Maham Anga who had Emperor Akbar virtually under her spell.
There’s a handful of landmarks named after him in Delhi including the suburb of Najafgarh, yet few know that Najaf Khan was a Persian military adventurer who restored a Mughal Emperor to the throne and reclaimed the Mughal Empire – only to die in penury
It might surprise you to know that Delhi’s island of culture, Lodhi Estate, was designed by an American architect. Welcome to ‘Steinbad’, the creation of Joseph Stein, who flourished in India in an era of experimentation and new beginnings
Once the palace-garden of a Mughal queen, the Qudsia Bagh in Old Delhi is now little more than a public park. Its once grand structures have crumbled and lawns swallowed by the capital’s urban sprawl. Catch the story of an Empress’s garden retreat, far from the politics of the Imperial Court