On his 210th birth anniversary, ThePrint profiles Charlies Darwin, one of the world's greatest scientists and the man behind the theory of evolution.
On the 42nd death anniversary of former president Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, a look at his career-defining moment that warped India's democracy.
On his 77th death anniversary, ThePrint takes a look at the life of Jamnalal Bajaj, the industrialist, freedom fighter and social reformer.
Tabla maestro Ustad Alla Rakha was one of the key figures who took Indian classical music to the West, and was also father and teacher to Ustad Zakir Hussain.
On her 130th birth anniversary, ThePrint looks at the life of the princess who served as Mahatma Gandhi’s secretary for nearly 17 years.
On his 10th death anniversary, ThePrint takes a look at the stalwart who served as a minister in both Punjab and Haryana.
George Fernandes was a trailblazer of sorts in politics, making socialism fashionable for an entire generation of Indians.
On his 115th birth anniversary, ThePrint looks at the Dalit activist who traversed the distance to Pakistan, only to return back.
Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa was instrumental in keeping the Indian Army away from politics and attempted to forge an all-inclusive army.
A birthday tribute to nuclear physicist Raja Ramanna, who played a crucial role in the early days of India’s advent as a nuclear power.