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Forgotten heroes and tales from the mists of time, that we all must know about.
Nehru To Bose: Inside The Debating Society That Gave India Her Freedom Fighters
He Fought For India’s 1st Practicing Woman Doctor & Raised The Age Of Consent For Girls
Dr Kitchlew: The Forgotten Hero Of Jallianwala Bagh Who Fought For Unity
Shoojit Sircar’s ‘Sardar Udham’: Why Udham Singh Called Himself ‘Mohammad Singh Azad’
Tsetan Phuntsog: Unsung Ladakhi Who Helped Save Nubra Valley From Pakistani Raiders
Inside Kolkata’s Iconic Pice Hotels That Still Serve Food For Just Rs 3!
The PM Who Took A Loan To Buy A Car: 5 Untold Stories About Lal Bahadur Shastri
What Links Nalanda & Jagannath Puri? A Mithai That Once Wowed Mauryan Emperors
Why This Forgotten Indian Hero Was Executed by The Nazis In Their Concentration Camp
Knew That Harappans Had Tandoor Craving? Here’s The Story of This Iconic Culinary Art
Hybodont shark teeth (Strophodusjaisalmerensis), from Jaisalmer Formation, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
How Indian Scientists Uncovered a Jurassic-Era Shark Species in Jaisalmer
Maniram Dewan: India’s First Tea Planter & a Freedom Fighter During the 1857 War
India’s 1st Swadeshi Electric Bulb Company Was Philips’ Top Competitor in The 1930s
India’s Oldest Ganeshotsav Was Set Up by a Freedom Fighter in 1892
Rodda Arms Heist memorial in Kolkata; Pics credit: Amitabha Gupta
The Indians Who Pulled Off the ‘Greatest Daylight Robbery’ That Shook the British Raj
What’s Bitter & Beloved of Bengalis? Shukto, A Culinary Gem With a Story to Tell
Swiss by Birth, Indian at Heart: The Woman Who Designed The Param Vir Chakra
Biryani Map of India: Taste the History & Find Your Favourite Among 28 Versions
The Bond That Moved Swami Vivekananda to Say ‘You Are (my) Only Friend in This Life’
Fighting The British To Creating an Iconic Sherbet: 103-YO Eatery Is Kolkata’s Legend
Dr Chettiar also launched a private airline (Source: Dr Ramanathan Vairavan)
Forgotten Pioneer Who Launched An Airline To Ferry Refugees During Partition
INA’s ‘Singing Soldier’ Who Created the Tune of India’s National Anthem
How Books & A Royal Mistress Shaped An Indian Slave’s Role In The French Revolution
Once Patronised by the Mughals, Delhi’s 205-YO Perfumery Still Smells of Success
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