Some of the most comprehensive documentation of Bengal’s terracotta temples was done by an Englishman who blazed a trail across the countryside to study his beloved monuments. Catch the story of David McCutchion and his love for Bengali culture.
It’s a very long journey from being the son of a carpenter to helping draft the Indian Constitution. But Dr Harisingh Gour was no ordinary man. A jurist, social reformer, politician and poet, he even gifted his hometown a university. Here’s his fascinating story
Scattered across the Bengal countryside are great stories and clues to the life and times of the super-rich of yesteryear. Catch the incredible tale of a humble accountant honoured by Aurangzeb and whose descendants blazed a trail across three villages
Dasghara is a European wonderland in the heart of rural Bengal, just 65 km from Kolkata. Pack a picnic basket and let Alice and the Mad Hatter help you figure out this quirky slice of Bengal’s history whose cast of characters includes a mysterious king and his descendants who loved to live it up