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The Treasures of the Indus

The Treasures of the Indus is a three-part documentary series hosted by Sona Datta, telling the story of the Indian sub-continent through the treasures of three very different people, places and dynasties that have shaped the modern Indian world. Sona Datta unveils how Pakistan used to be the meeting point for many different faiths from around the world; looks at the Mughals, who created the most dazzling empire India has ever seen; and traces the development of the Hindu religion from its origins as an amalgamation of local faith traditions to its dominant position today.

Episode 1 - Pakistan Unveiled
Sona Datta unveils how Pakistan used to be the meeting point for many different faiths from around the world.

Episode 2 - The Other Side of the Taj Mahal
The Mughals created the most famous and dazzling empire that India has ever seen, from the Taj Mahal to fabulously intricate miniatures of court life.

Episode 3 - Of Gods and Men
In a journey across the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Sona Datta traces the development of the Hindu religion from its origins as an amalgamation of local faith traditions to its dominant position today.


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