It is one of India’s most exquisite monuments and it has survived only because it was buried under the ground for centuries. In Tales & Trails we pick out the story of The Queen’s Legacy, the famous Ran-ki-vav in Patan and trace the story of an old capital, that stood here 1000 years ago.
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
The first Muslim dynasty of the Deccan the Bahmanis remain an enigma. We headed to Daulatabad, Gulbarga and Bidar their old capitals, to trace their story and how they set the ball rolling for a new Dakhini culture with Author and Historian Helen Philon who has done decades of research on them
We go the heart of India, Nagardhan, an ancient site, that is still revealing its mysteries. It takes us to the story of the prominent princess Prabhavati the daughter of Gupta emperor Chandragupta and the noted Sanskrit poet Kalidasa. Marvel at the mysterious gigantic pots of Nagardhan, whose presence has astounded archaeologists!
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