Homegrown Parsi company Duke and Sons gave Mumbai its first mango-based drink, but couldn't survive in the post-liberalisation heat.
Ruling the television market during the time of the license raj, this TV set became the one to buy.
Parle relaunched Rola Cola this week after 13 years thanks to a social media movement #BringBackRolaCola.
The brand endorsed an idea of masculinity that involved men inviting you to hold that cigarette as an extension of your hand because that’s what would ‘satisfy’ you.
During the times of Champak and Tinkle, this children’s magazine was ahead of its time in its writing and art.
The Doordarshan show about an adventurous daydreamer made Raghubir Yadav a star.
When children wanted soft drinks & adults thought they didn't need milk, 'Doodh Doodh Doodh Doodh' jingle reminded them milk was still important, & fun.
India's first woman DGP India's first woman DGP Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya, the inspiration for Doordarshan’s popular show Udaan, has left behind a large legacy.
From featuring in Bollywood films to being acquired by vintage car collectors, the classic Matador lives on in popular culture and imagination.
A bitter toothpaste that left a generation of Indians with sweet memories.