A toilet break by an archaeology student led to one of the most stunning prehistoric finds in Rajasthan in the 1970s. This is the site of Didwana, where early humans walked the Thar Desert 4,00,000 years ago. Catch the story of Rajasthan's prehistory and the people behind it.
With a few deft tugs and pulls, some music and folk tales, the Kathputliwalas or puppeteers ruled the imagination of common folk and royalty in Rajasthan across the centuries. Explore this fascinating performing art, or Kathputli ka Khel, now sadly on the verge of being lost.
James Tod’s magnum opus, Annals and Antiquities of Rajast’han, is a tribute to the region he served and kindled the British public’s romance with Rajputana. But although Tod distinguished himself in his work, he paid a heavy price as an Englishman who loved his subject a little too much!
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