The Cover Story of its October 13, 2000, issue, Frontline presented the findings of a major scholarly investigation by Michael...
In Himachal Pradesh, awestruck by a unique group of temples carved out of a single huge outcrop of sandstone. Text & photographs by HAIMANTI DEY
AS part of its conservation effort in 2011, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) teamed up with the Scottish Ten team and CyArk to di...
Rani ki Vav, a spectacular 11th-century stepwell in Patan, Gujarat, is now a UNESCO world heritage site. By LYLA BAVADAM in Patan
The Indo-Saracenic architecture of buildings found across Chennai gives it a distinct old-world charm. By T.S. SUBRAMANIAN
The Kailasa temple complex, with massive sculptures and panels, hewn out of a mountain working from the top to the bottom, is an unparalleled architectural masterpiece of the Rashtrakutas. Text by T.S. SUBRAMANIAN and photographs by D. KRISHNAN