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The Late Harappan Phase (2000 BC - 1000 BC)
Mandoli (East Delhi), Bhorgarh (North Delhi), Nachauli (Faridabad) and Kharkhari-Nahar( West Delhi), the areas in and around Delhi have been found...
The City of Indraprastha (1000 BC - 500 BC)
Many historians believe that the events upon which the epic of Mahabharata is based on, might have taken place around 1000 BC. In the epic, Pandav...
Kuru Kingdom (600 BC - 350 BC)
By 600 BC, iron had become an important metal and urban life started to make appearance. Cities and towns were established, trade was flourishing,...
Nanda and Mauryans (350 BC - 180 BC)
By the mid 4th century BC, Delhi was a part of the Magadhan empire under the Nanda dynasty and later when Chandragupta Maurya overpowered the Nand...
Sunga Dynasty (180 BC - 75 BC)
Pushyamitra Sunga, the chief of Mauryan army assassinated the last Mauryan king Brihadratha and took control of the northwest, north central and t...
Sakas – The rule of Northern Satraps (60 BC - 100 AD)
From the middle of 2th century BC to 4th century AD, the Sakas or Scythians migrated from southern Siberia to Bactria, fought with various Indo-Gr...
Kushan Empire (100 AD - 250 AD)
The Kushans are believed to be a branch of the Yueh Chi tribe of Central Asia, who entered India by pushing the Sakas out in 1st centrury AD. They...
The Seven Cities of Delhi
Tales of Historic Delhi
Delhi Red Fort to Raisina
Shahjahanabad: A City of Delhi 1638-1857
Trees of Delhi
New Delhi: Making of a Capital
Perpetual City: A Short Biography of Delhi
Delhi Adventures in a Megacity
Delhi: India in One City
City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi
The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty, Delhi 1857
Capital: A Portrait of Twenty-First Century Delhi
Delirious Delhi: Inside India’s Incredible Capital
Murgh Makhani-Delhi style
Carved Wooden Furniture
Naqqashi - Engraving
Zardozi – Gold Embroidery