Part 1: Navin on the many versions of the founding tale of Hyderabad and how the versions don’t all agree
Diversion 1: Rishi introduces to some fun, archaic words he recently learnt
Part 2: Rishi on the Watchmen graphic novel and TV series and how they use history (no spoilers!)
Diversion 2: Navin reads us a poem!
The Hyderabad Walking Company: https://www.thwc.in
The Qutb Shahi Tombs: https://www.thenewsminute.com/article/images-hyds-qutb-shahi-tombs-reopen-after-5-years-peek-restoration-80395
Dumfungled (and other fun words): https://www.thesun.ie/tvandshowbiz/tv/2483312/countdown-language-expert-susie-dent-brings-some-old-english-words-back-to-modern-day-conversation/
A Fandom Timeline of the Watchmen Universe: https://www.fandom.com/articles/watchmen-alternate-reality-timeline (Spoilers!)
Marc Bernardin Interviews Damon Lindelof (creator of the Watchmen TV Series) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmC08TGaMFI (Spoilers!)
(Extra!) A study of the Watchmen Film: https://www.ukessays.com/essays/film-studies/alternate-history-in-watchmen-film-studies-essay.php (Spoilers for the novel/ film)
More of Navin’s angsty poems to read: https://www.navinsigamany.com/writing/poetry/
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Loved and enjoyed the episode. 😊congrats Hrishi and Navin. All the time I kept on remembering Hrishi’s childhood poem on history. It goes like this…. the subject of history, is more like a mystery, a mystery which can not be solved… don’t remember the fourth line now😄😄.
Hahaha 4th grade poem:
The subject of history
Is more of a mystery
A mystery that can’t be solved
A truth that must be sought,
A gift that must be bought…
Bought from the past,
By the present,
For the future.”
Great stuff. looking to see more great stuff from you guys