The Battle of Plassey is a saga of treachery and betrayal, and while the villains and victim come to mind easily, the real heroes have slipped into oblivion. Let us revisit this battle and the bravehearts who fiercely stood by the betrayed Nawab of Bengal
It sent a wave of protests across India and still casts a long shadow - Catch the story of how some of India’s finest writers like Manto, Mulk Raj Anand, Sarojini Naidu, Bhisham Sahni and Nanak Singh immortalised the stories of the martyrs of Jallianwala Bagh, making it a national tragedy we will never ever forget.
A moving exhibition at Amritsar’s Partition Museum commemorates the martyrs of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre and recalls the brutal suppression of Indians during that time. Take a tour and reflect on this dark chapter in history – and the spirit of an India that could not be crushed
The Jallianwala Bagh massacre was the climax of a chain of events, the final one being a formidable demonstration of Hindu-Muslim unity on 9th April 1919, the Ram Navami day, that terrified the British. Catch the fascinating story, with some very rare and never seen before photographs of those actual events in Amritsar of 1919.
She was a protagonist in Bhagat Singh’s Great Escape from Lahore, yet Durga Devi Vohra is no more than a footnote in history. Catch the story of this fearless revolutionary and her unwavering commitment to one of India’s greatest freedom fighters