Many of us are familiar with the name ‘Safdarjung’. But who was he? And how is his story linked to the decline of the Mughal empire?
This stone marks the official centre of Pune, India. Many cities in the world have monuments marking the same. But what are their stories? And how is this stone connected to one of the greatest exercises in human history?
This mediaeval fort in the heart of Delhi is supposed to be the home of jinns – supernatural mythical shape-shifting creatures.
There are an estimated 200 Jews living in Pune. That’s not many. But Pune is home to two synagogues, and one of them is the largest synagogue in all of Asia, outside Israel.
Contrary to what it sounds like, this isn’t a memorial to Punch or The Economist or any other glossy periodic publication. So what does this memorial really commemorate?
A little bit about the history of the oldest existing church in Delhi and the man who built it.