Not far from Thatta, the medieval capital of Sindh, is one of the world’s largest cemetery – the Makli Necropolis. This hilltop city of the dead holds half a million tombs, many still astonishingly beautiful. Catch the story of Makli and the town that flourished at the mouth of the Indus
With its rich architectural heritage and vibrant living culture of ‘Pols’, Ahmedabad was India’s first UNESCO World Heritage city. How did it help and what can other cities learn from it? Find out in Heritage Matters.
One is known for its silk saris, the other for its rock-cut monuments, but both have one thing in common. Catch the story of Kanchipuram and Mamallapuram’s glory days under the Pallavas and how they laid the foundation for South India’s temple architecture.
Allahabad is not only one of India’s most atmospheric cities, it was home to events that more than once changed the course of India’s history. Catch the story of Allahabad as a British possession, an architectural masterpiece and grand colonial town whose legacy impresses to this day