If it seems like there’s a never ending supply or festivals and celebrations in India, that’s because there is. If you want to know what’s happening, where, when and why, this article offers the answers.
There’s too many books been written on India for this list to be anywhere near definitive – so we haven’t event attempted to do that. But these five books helped me to find me feet and figure out more about my surrounding when I first arrived in India
This posts takes a closer look at the events surrounding the Delhi Durbar and takes a little look at Cornation Park, the place where the Durbars took place.
BBC journalist Sam Miller loves Delhi. He also loves walking. So, he decided to combine his two loves and set off on a spiraling walk around the city. The result is a rambling book about Delhi’s history, its beauty and its brilliant people.
Want to know what happened in the court of Shah Jahan in the 16th entury as his sons squabbled and fought for power? Well, you need to hear the story of Mubarak Ali, a trusted eunuch in Shahjahan’s court who travelled freely between the warring factions.
If you want to understand a country, get to know its people. In Incarnations – India in 50 Lives Sunil Khilnani tells the story of 50 great men and women who have helped make India what it is today
Meet some magical musicians who’ll transport you to the heart of India (and the Sindh). Sit back, relax and listen to the unique sound of incredible India.