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As hundreds of devotees gather at Shirdi today to mark the 100th death anniversary of Sai Baba, we take you to the studio where his first idol was sculpted.
It is a temple complex that has no parallel. Join us as we take you to the spectacular Naba Kailash temple in Bengal’s Ambika Kalna that represents the beads of a rudraksha.
Why is an 18th-century miniature painting by Nainsukh significant, artistically and historically? Find out on our new series, ‘Treasures of India, from the Museums.’
The archaeological site of Mansar in Maharashtra was once the populated, thriving capital of the Vakataka dynasty in 5th century CE. It was founded by King Pravarasena and housed a palace complex, many temples and a grand stupa.
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