Cursed by the devil but revered by humans, the baobab is called the ‘tree of life’ for the natural bounty it offers. But why does it mysteriously pop up at medieval sites across India, a ghostly marker of a forgotten past begging to be discovered?
Rising from the chaos of the post-Kushana period, the Guptas built a glorious empire that covered almost two-thirds of the Indian subcontinent. Here’s a glimpse into how these Emperors steered the course of history.
Around 2,000 years ago, what were Indians doing on a remote island that looks straight out of a sci-fi movie? A series of mysterious inscriptions in a cave on Yemen’s Socotra Island tells their story, which echoes in coastal Gujarat even today