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’.
Head to Rahioli in Gujarat and you will find one of the world’s most spectacular dinosaur parks with thousands of intact dinosaur eggs! Also meet the earliest inhabitants of India, like the Rajasauras Namadensis - King Lizard of the Narmada - who roamed the land 65 million years ago...
Malik Ambar was the great African General who defended the Deccan against the Mughals in the 17th century CE. But how did a young boy sold as a slave in Ethiopia rise and become so powerful in India? Catch the story with Author & Historian Dr Omar H. Ali, Dean of Lloyd International Honors College
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