From the flag to its flora and fauna, India’s national emblems represent the many facets of the country, and invoke a sense of unity and respect
The death of a Nawab in 1819 made way for the rule of the first of four Begums over Bhopal – the only princely state ruled by women. For over 150 years, the Nawab Begums of Bhopal ruled over their people with vision and benevolence – for that, Bhopal is indebted to them
India traditionally values some visual symbols as means of conveying tenets of wisdom. Even if the deeper meaning is often not fully understood, collective wisdom has ensured that they are understood on some level by everyone.
Even as Indians have embraced digital forms of communication with fervour, the Indian Postal Service continues to holds its pride of place as the lifeline of the country. We take a look at the evolution of the country’s postal service – from horse-driven deliveries to the friendly neighbourhood postman
We visit some of the old, iconic churches of India, and explore their unique architectural influences and the legends associated with them.
For those who moan the fact that children keep their noses buried in ipads and computers, here are a range of Indian games that will keep them occupied and sharpen a skill or two, as well
On August 15, 2014, Narendra Damodardas Modi, the Prime Minister of India, in his Independence Day address, said, “I want to appeal to all the people world over, from the ramparts of the Red Fort, ‘Come, make in India’, ‘Come, manufacture in India’. Sell in any country of the world …
Dal is among the most important ingredients of most Indians’ food. Dal is made from several different varieties of pulses, lentils, peas and beans.
Discover Indian spices and their many uses
Airavateshvara Temple in Tamil Nadu is legendary, in more than one sense, says Devanshi Mody