Vellore/வேலூர் has a rich history with the Pallavas, Cholas, Nayaks, Marathas, Arcot Nawabs and Bijapur Sultan Kingdoms. Now a busy city in Tamilnadu, Vellore was once the capital city of the Vijayanagar Empire during 1606-1672. This new series on the history of Vellore revolves around it's rich heritage right from it's early history to the later British rule period. In this episode, Naveen speaks with Dr. Saravanan, Curator of Vellore Govt. Museum who shares with us his wide knowledge on the history.
India celebrates it's 70th Republic Day today. Lets walk back in history to the very muthal muthal Republic Day January 26th 1950 and witness the glorious celebration and parade by the armed forces of India. Listen, witness the birth of a democracy. www.twitter.com/currypodcasts (http://www.twitter.com/currypodcasts)
How Sangam Tamil Literature has laid strong foundation for the Language Tamil to survive thousands of years. Deciphering Mahakavi Subramaniya Bharathiyar's 'Tamil ini mella saagum' remark. If you like this podcast, write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org www.twitter.com/currypodcasts (http://www.twitter.com/currypodcasts)
This new spinoff of Varalaru starts with traditional and historic Indian medicine and goes to Tamil Sangam Literature and how we get to know all these history. Tamil Sangam varalaru begins here. Also introducing Thank You Breaks! You'll love it! www.twitter.com/currypodcasts (http://www.twitter.com/currypodcasts)
In this episode, Vasco da Gama leaves Kozhikode to African coasts, but he missed to notice the absence of a great storm, the North West Monsoon storm, which is an important Trade Wind to leave India. www.twitter.com/currypodcasts (http://www.twitter.com/currypodcasts)
Varalaru - A Tamil podcast show on Indian History. In this episode Naveen Haldorai explains why India was in everyone's wish list in the late 15th century. Also explained Crusades war, Horn of Africa, and how Vatican acted upon Islam. www.twitter.com/currypodcasts
Varalaru, narrated in Tamil, is a History podcast from the incredible land of India. "History is fascinating, rude and, often not true", says Naveen Haldorai, the host of the show. Join him, as he narrates the story with the rich music and SFX that adds magic to the listening experience. Get to know the real stories from across the span of Indian History, as it happened. www.twitter.com/currypodcasts (http://www.twitter.com/currypodcasts)