She left an indelible mark and a lasting legacy across India from Somnath to Benares, from Rameswaram to Uttarkashi, but Queen Ahilyabai Holkar is not given her due. This Women’s Day, we look at this queen who was like no other.
For millions of Indians, a day without a cup of ‘Chai’ is unimaginable. But did you know, hardly anyone in India drank tea until 1900s. In this episode of Tales & Trails, we bring you a fascinating insight into how politics, economics and a massive propaganda campaign by the British, turned Indians into ‘Chai Lovers’.
India’s IT capital Bengaluru has been a commercial hub for nearly 500 years. But have you figured why? On Tales & Trails, we discover how first geography, then ambition and finally mosquitoes shaped the city’s fortunes! Don’t miss the Making of Bengaluru