Scholars see a right-wing agenda in the Haryana government’s proposal to rename the Indus Valley Civilisation as Sarasvati Indus Civilisation.
Filmmaker Priya Sen’s exhibition of archival sound, text and projections reveals migration stories from Trinidad, Mauritius and western India.
The question that is now being asked is whether this makes Varanasi a contemporary of Harrappan Civilisation that extended from Afghanistan and Pakistan to North Western India.
Alys subverts the passive position of the muse and engages herself in many actions, defining for herself a more grand role of the heroine.
An art project in Delhi University draws parallels between folklore and Dr BR Ambedkar’s ideals.
Organised by the Museum Society of Mumbai and the Bombay Local History Society, Diana Robertson, CST architect’s great granddaughter is on a two-day visit to Mumbai to see the buildings Stevens designed.
Egyptian archaeologists have unearthed the tomb of a nobleman from more than 3,000 years ago, the latest in a series of major discoveries of ancient relics.
Plays written during the freedom movement highlight how the theatre community evolved creative stratagems to overcome political intolerance – something we could learn from today.
David Shulman in his Tamil: A Biography takes the reader on a journey through the Dravidian renaissance and the ‘rediscovery’ of the classics in the language.
History lovers, curious onlookers, veterans and NCC cadets gather to commemorate The Battle of Adyar, a turning point in modern Indian history.