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Sellers of ancient coins in Tamil Nadu make a killing online
Times of India

Sellers of ancient coins in Tamil Nadu make a killing online

Six months ago, a rare coin, said to have been released by 17th century king Chenappanayak, the first polygar of Salem, was discovered by hero stone expert Sugavana Murugan while he was doing a survey in the water bodies near Dharmapuri. Many ... Times of India, 2 days ago

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The Hindu, 5 months ago
India Today

Incredible Monuments of India

Explore the Cultural Architecture of India India boasts of rich forts, majestic temples, churches and beautiful structures that are resplendent of its rich heritage and culture. There are several incredible monuments that has stood by the ...
 Indusladies.com1 week ago An ocean of intrigue  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago India's ocean?  India Today2 months ago

Art before the selfies

Recently I utilised a public holiday during the work-week to enjoy a pleasant day at the shore temple at Mamallapuram (Mahabalipuram) on a day trip from Chennai. The heat was not punishing and the temple by the sea was not swarming with tourists.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
Times of India

8thC artefacts threatened by granite mining

CHENNAI: After a four-year lull, the hills of Onampakkam are facing a serious threat again. Granite-quarrying has resumed in Onampakkam, threatening the 8th Century AD Jain monuments in and around the hills. The Jain sites in Kurathimalai and ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago
The Hindu

Illustrating with verses

Sriranga Vaibhogame brought alive the story of the temple through historical references and musical compositions. Renuka Suryanarayan writes What stands on 156 acres and is 2,000 years old? The Srirangam temple — the abode of Sri Ranganatha and ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Making history

Grand sets and chaste Tamil make a welcome change. Geetha Venkataramanan adds the background details Historical as a genre has almost become a thing of the past on the Tamil stage. The late Manohar was prolific and Heron Ramaswamy kept it alive ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Beginning of time

f Churn Author- Sanjeev Sanyal Publisher- Penguin Random House, Rs599 This is a history of the Indian Ocean, around which much of the earliest human activities happened. Author Sanjeev Sanyal tells ANANYA BORGOHAIN about the evolution of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

A temple for Tao

The Huan De Temple in Uthandi, the first in India, promotes the philosophy of peace in everyday life Just off East Coast Road in Uthandi lies a gleaming, modern structure bearing an unusual name —Huan De Temple. Huan De Temple literally ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Rim of Life

IN THE YEAR 1414, well before the Portuguese sailed half-starving into the Indian Ocean and apparently inaugurated modernity for us, an embassy docked in China with presents for the Ming emperor. They were from the Sultan of Malindi who hoped to seduce this ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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