He should have been a Mughal Emperor. Instead, Khusrau spent much of his life imprisoned by an insecure father, blinded and eventually put to death. Catch the tragic tale of a Prince always in the wrong place at the wrong time
Catch the fascinating story of the real ‘thugs’ from Inglistan, the English pirates who operated off the coast of India, and plundered Indian ships.
An old tale of a Khanquah and its link with the Mughals. In Tales and Trails we travel to Bihar and find a treasure trove!
From gold dinar of Samudra Gupta to gold mohur of Jahangir and the coin issued by Marathas at Sirhind during the Third battle of Panipat. Here are the most prized coins which set a mark at a recent auction in Mumbai.
The current name that we use for currency in India, ‘Rupee’, is taken from ‘Rupiya’, the name of standardized coinage used by Sher Shah Suri.
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