I felt this first episode was a good start and would’ve really liked to listen more on use of elephants in warfare in the subcontinent instead of having just focusing on just one battle.
India’s violent past shapes the conflicts of its present, and looms over its uncertain future. If you’ve ever wanted to look beyond Bollywood’s dudebros and glamourous costumes, and wrangle with the darker side of medieval and modern India, Yuddha is the show for you. Hosts Anirudh and Aditya break down what you can expect in this first podcast to ever explore the military history of the subcontinent.
Around the year 1100 BC, a wave of destruction washed over the Eastern Mediterranean. It wiped whole civilizations off the map, and left only ash and ruin in its wake.
This catastrophe, known as “the Late Bronze Age Collapse”, has become one of the enduring puzzles of history. I want to explore how so many societies could collapse all at once, and seemingly without warning, as well as examine the lessons it might teach us in our increasingly globalised and interconnected world.
Sound engineering by Thomas Ntinas
Music by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Additional music (The Hurrian Hymn) by Michael Levy