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29th May, 2015

‘Incarnations – India in 50 Lives’ on BBC Radio 4

Two and a half thousand years of Indian history will be unearthed in a major new series for BBC Radio 4 and the World Service, presented by Sunil Khilnani, Avantha Professor and Director of the India Institute, King’s College London.

In ‘Incarnations – India in 50 Lives’, Professor Khilnani will explore the history and present day India through 50 individuals who have shaped the country as we know it today. Starting daily on May 11, the first part of the series will feature individuals including Buddha, Charaka; the pioneer of Ayurveda medicine, and founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak.

Professor Khilnani has studied the fascinating histories shaping India’s emergence as a global power. Over the past year, he has travelled throughout India, recording on location for one of the UK’s most popular radio stations.

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