Why Japanese religion is similar to Hinduism?

In classical Japanese, India is known as ‘tenjiku’, which translates as “the land of heaven”. This is only an indication of how Japanese culture...

15 Things You Need to Know about Undavalli Caves

Hills around Vijayawada are rich with rock-cut architecture but the most magnificent and largest among these monuments is the largest of Undavalli Caves - amazing achievement of engineering, four floors high rock-cut temple with numerous sculptures and murals.

30 mind-boggling images of the Kailasa Temple that prove ancient ...

The enigmatic Kailasa Temple at the Ellora Caves in Maharashtra, India has fascinated researchers and tourists for centuries. It is a breathtaking construction that...

Awe-Inspiring Ruins Of Hampi

Ancient Vijayanagar, now known as the village of Hampi was the capital of the greatest and one of the most famed the Hindu Kingdom...

Low water level exposes thousands of Shiva Lingas in the Shalmala...

With a thousand Shiva lingas engraved its stones and a diverse flora and fauna surrounding its banks, Shalmala river is a treasure Sahasralinga is a...

15 Things you should know about the lost continent of Kumari...

According to many of the ancient extant Tamil literature and some of the Sanskrit literature, Kumari Kandam is the legendary sunken continent, which was ruled by...

Discover 12 Oldest Living Cities of India

Cities that have stood the test of time reveal more than just the scars they bear from history – they show the evolution of...

One of Tallest Buddhist Stupa of Kesariya in State of Neglect

Rising high out of the earth from where the dying Buddha donated his begging bowl, the enormous Kesariya Stupa is an enthralling example of...

Auroville – City where people live without religion, money and politics

Imagine a city free of crime, poverty, money, government, and hardship. That's the utopian vision for Auroville, a township in India that's dubbed "the City of Dawn." There is no authority, legal or political, nor a person of power, that the inhabitants need to respect. There are no written laws either.

17 Legendary Lost Cities of India

These cities were once inhabited but due to wars, natural calamities and climate change, they were abandoned many, many years ago.

Archaeologists Found 40 Tons Of Capstone, The Largest Ever Found In...

The Telangana Archaeology Department has excavated a stunning discovery – one of India's largest capstones, and the largest such stone in south India so far.

The magnificent fort of Chitradurga

Chitradurga is surrounded by some of the magnificent natural landforms like boulders, deep caves and hillocks! This is a massive fortress on the top of granite hills that rises dramatically from the ground.

An ancient Australian connection to India?

Darren Curnoe, UNSW When was the remote Australian continent first settled? Where did these ancient Australians come from? Was the island settled once, or on...

Historians to explore origin of Ram Setu, determine whether it is...

Is Ram Setu a natural phenomenon or a man-made structure? The Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) under the HRD ministry will conduct an underwater exploration study to find out.