A Forgotten Empire

A Forgotten Empire: Vijayanagar

FOUNDATION In The Year 1336 A.D, The epoch of transition from Ancient history to the modern era during the reign of Edward III. of England, This Event was the foundation of the city and kingdom of Vijayanagar. When Vijayanagar came into...

/ 2018-02-02
Eating With Hands

The Science behind Indians eat with their hands

India is full of mystery and ancient traditions which is still followed by larger part of the population. Let’s not neglect the fact that other part of population influenced heavily by the western culture to cope up with the current...

/ 2018-01-30
Remnant of a street in the urban centre of Kalibangan.

Scientists show how Himalayan river system influenced ancient Indus Civilisation

Scientists have found that much of the Indus thrived around an extinct river, challenging ideas about how urbanization in ancient cultures evolved.

/ 2017-12-02
Phugtal Monastery, Zanskar valley, India

The Enigmatic Cliff Monastery of Phugtal Gompa

The Phugtal Monastery is a Buddhist monastery located in the Ladakh region of the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. This monastery was constructed inside a natural cave, and is considered to be one of the most isolated monasteries...

/ 2017-11-29
Pieces of bone ornaments unearthed at Narmetta village on the outskirts of Hyderabad

4,000-year-old bone jewels, capstone found near Hyderabad

Nearly 4,000-year-old bone ornaments, a capstone and other rare objects belonging to the megalithic age have been found at different sites near Hyderabad. 

/ 2017-08-10
The Musical Pillars Of The Vittala Temple in Hampi

The Musical Pillars Of The Vittala Temple in Hampi

One of the notable features of the Vittala Temple is the musical pillars. When hit with sandalwood sticks, they produced rhythmic sounds close to the Saregama.

/ 2017-08-05
Keezhadi excavation

Carbon dating confirms Keezhadi site is from Sangam era

Samples sent from archaeological excavations at Keezhadi have been identified as nearly 2,200 years old

/ 2017-07-29
Lion Capital of Ashoka

Lion Capital, Ashokan Pillar at Sarnath

The Ashoka Lion Capital or the Sarnath lion capital is the national symbol of India. Ashoka built the Sarnath pillar to commemorate the site of the first preaching of Lord Buddha, where he taught the Dharma to five monks.

/ 2017-07-07
The Venomous Visha Kanyas

Myth Of The Venomous Visha Kanyas Of Ancient India

The Visha Kanyas were supposedly poisonous young women who operated as executioners in ancient India. Any contact with these toxic ladies would mean death.

/ 2017-07-01
aryabhata

How Aryabhata got the earth’s circumference right

How did Aryabhata compute the earth’s circumference so accurately (less than 1% error) nearly a thousand years ago?

/ 2017-06-28