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Even as the return of a tiger to Ajanta after over 50 years shows their resilience, conservation requires trust with local people
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Even as the return of a tiger to Ajanta after over 50 years shows their resilience, conservation requires trust with local people

With TPWL-T1C1 as tigers return to Ajanta, prioritising conservation over human safety needs trust between the people who want to see these animals protected, and the people who will live with the animals that have been protected.

In Raja Deen Dayal's 19th-century albumen prints, discovering the Deccan's archaeological heritage
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In Raja Deen Dayal's 19th-century albumen prints, discovering the Deccan's archaeological heritage

An album of 58 albumen prints by Deen Dayal, originally commissioned for the Nizam of Hyderabad in 1888, is going under the hammer as a complete album at Mumbai-based auction house, Prinseps' first-ever live sale on 17 November.

From Hawa Mahal to Kangra Valley: Photos from Chennai's private collections explore India's past
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From Hawa Mahal to Kangra Valley: Photos from Chennai's private collections explore India's past

The story of a nation as old and diverse as India is perhaps best told through its monuments, landscapes, and people.

'Ajanta of the Himalayas', Tabo, to have international learning centre
India

'Ajanta of the Himalayas', Tabo, to have international learning centre

Tabo, an ancient seat of Buddhist religion and culture in picturesque Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh in northern India, will now have an international learning centre.