‘Tracing the Huns in Sanskrit Kāvya Tradition’: An insightful piece on mention of Huns in Sanskrit literature.
This paper proposes a chronological framework for ancient Indian historical tradition, as found in the Purāṇas.
In this podcast, we invite Shri T S Krishnan, historian and Tamizh scholar, to shed light on the Kalabhras and find out if they are really as much of an enigma as is popularly assumed.
Repeated efforts by historians both within and outside India have allowed us to analyse Rajatarangini in its entirety and seek a glimpse into one of the oldest areas of Indian civilization, Kashmir.
Exploring Hidden Indic History in Manuscripts
The Anarchy by William Darlymple is about the journey of East India Company starting from its formation as a trading company to its becoming ruler of the Great Indian Subcontinent.
This book Essays on Indic History is not just a chronology of events from the past. In fact, it is a deep connection to our present It makes us who we are.
Sutradhar is a dramatized retelling of events, myths, and legends set across the arc of Indian history.
To capture the spirit, history, style, and masterpieces of any of the various Indian arts, in a mere span of one hundred pages is a challenging, perhaps even intimidating task, but padma bhushana C. Sivaramamurti beautifully accomplishes exactly this in his book Indian Painting.
This is the second part of the series on Hindu Temples, their conception, history, heritage and legacy, first published on Indiafacts. Read part I. Kings were the premier sevakas of…