Cursed by the devil but revered by humans, the baobab is called the ‘tree of life’ for the natural bounty it offers. But why does it mysteriously pop up at medieval sites across India, a ghostly marker of a forgotten past begging to be discovered?
What do the historic sites of Bidar, Mandu, Naldurg, Telangana’s Ramappa Temple and the Ajanta and Ellora caves have in common? Well, it’s the legendary archaeologist Ghulam Yazdani, who was the first to study and document these sites. Yet he is barely remembered. We trace his journey