Jagatgram Ashvamedha Yagya ancient site and Old Bridge on Yamuna

In this final episode from our Nov 2019 Dehradun Exploration trip we bring to you the ancient site of Ashvamedha Yagya (Horse Sacrifice) of 3rd-4th Century AD … located in Jagatgram, an ancient village in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. We also stop by the bank of Yamuna to explore an old bridge and to reflect upon this awesome tour 🙂 Thanks for watching! Stay tuned to the channel for more such experiences! Cheers and blessings for all 🙂

Iron Pillar and other prominent architectural aspects @ Qutub

Ever wondered how “Delhi” got its name? ..ok..sample this.. “कीली तो ‘ढीली’ भई तोमर भए मतहीन ” ..rings a bell ??

Ok ..watch this quick episode about the IRON PILLAR @ Qutub Complex and the stories associated with it and you’ll know the answer 🙂 There’s also a discussion about the architectural techniques of medieval times! Happy Exploring 🙂

Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque @ Qutub Complex!

The Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque (meaning the ‘Might of Islam’) is known to be one of the oldest and ancient mosques that survived through the centuries and a definite sight to behold. In this quick episode..discover the historical and architectural aspects associated with this unique structure! Happy Exploring 🙂

Shanishchara (Shanichara) temple, Morena

In this episode of our heritage exploration series we bring to you the ancient Shanishchara temple located at Shani Parvat, Village Ainti, District Morena, Madhya Pradesh, India.

This temple is believed to be the oldest Shani temple in the world dating back to the Treta Yug (one of the early ages of mankind as per the Hindu belief). Also the idol of Lord Shani here is believed to have been made out of a meteoroid that fell from the sky during ancient times!


Find it on our heritage-map here

Bateshwar group of Temples, Morena (Video)

Literally down to ruins, hidden under rubble and dense vegetation since centuries, these temples were recently resurrected with loads of hard work by the experts and also the community around. The temple complex dates back to 6-9th century BC and are believed to be 300 years older than the famous temples of Khajuraho! Again, this was one of the most favorites spots from our explorations at Morena! Happy Exploring 🙂


Find it on our heritage-map here

Here‘s a nice documentary about the resurrection of these temples.

Sas Bahu ka mandir or Sahastrabahu Temple (Video)

Saas Bahu ka mandir or Sahastrabahu Temple – Located to the east of Gwalior Fort, this place boasts of magnificent architecture and also gives a good view of the whole city! Also, this was one of our “the best” experiences at Gwalior 🙂 This episode attempts to bring some of that awesomeness to you ..hope you’ll like it! Cheers! 🙂

Siddhachal Jain Temple Caves (Video)

In this episode we bring to you the massive Monoliths of the SIDDHACHAL JAIN TEMPLE CAVES from Gwalior 🙂

For more info and photographs of this place please see this post.

Happy Exploring! 🙂