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The Story of India

The Story of India (2009) - 360 minutes
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Acclaimed writer and historian, Michael Wood's 'ten thousand year epic' uncovers the fabulous sights, sounds and dazzling achievements of the world's oldest and most influential civilization.

In this captivating six-part adventure, Wood chronicles the history of the subcontinent, the incredible richness and diversity of its peoples, cultures and landscapes, the intense drama of its past and the originality and continuing relevance of its ideas.

From the deserts of Turkmenistan to the Khyber Pass and the plains of Pakistan, from the Himalayas to the palm-fringed shores of Kerala, Wood discovers a land whose past is almost unimaginably rich and brings to life some of the most momentous and moving events in world history.

Chapters:

  1. Beginnings
  2. The Power of Ideas
  3. Spice Routes and Silk Roads
  4. Ages of Gold
  5. The Meeting of Two Oceans
  6. Freedom

10-24-16 The case of the disappearing continent
The case of the disappearing continent
How can a land mass the size of India just... disappear? Miquela Ingalls did not set out to solve a 6-million-year-old mystery when she began her studies in geophysical science at The University of Chicago. In fact, the doctoral student had no idea there was a mystery to be solved. She was busy with her dissertation work when she and her colleagues discovered something odd. Very odd, in fact. A giant land mass the size of India had simply vanished off the surface of the Earth, without anyone even noticing. How could this have happened? With her colleagues, Ingalls set out to answer that question. But to figure out where the land had gone, they had to go back — way back — to a time long before humans, or any of our close ancestors, roamed the Earth, back to when there was a huge continental collision. Hundreds of millions of years ago, India was just an island floating off the coast of Australia. But it was migrating, slowly but surely, northward towards Asia. Then, about 60 million years ago, the island slammed into Tibet, creating one of the most influential continental crust collisions in our planet's history.

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The Story of India

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse The Story of India for showing
the 10,000 year history of India's influential civilization.