Game of Thrones has an India connection, and no it’s not Indira Varma, whose nationality is British. No, this component is 100 per cent desi and made in India.
Former defence services officer, Saurabh Mahajan, is the man behind the swords and shields on the assassin creed, finds Gargi Gupta.
Saurabh Mahajan, a former Indian Army officer, is making history in medieval battles grounds. Rediff.com’s Archana Masih meets the man who has supplied vintage armour and war props to Assassin’s Creed, The Hobbit and knights…
A slick “Make in India” campaign aims to attract cellphone and high-tech manufacturers to the country, but one successful firm is taking a cue from the Middle Ages.
In 2005, with the help of just three craftsmen Captain Saurabh Mahajan, a former Army officer, set up a small workshop to make historical artefacts within his house in Dehradun.
A visit to the company in Dehradun that supplies armour and weapons for some of the world’s most popular films and TV shows, including Assassin’s Creed and Game of Thrones
‘Game of Thrones’ to ‘Assassin’s Creed’, how Lord of Battles makes in India but sells abroad. How Dehradun-based Lord of Battles is making medieval era war dramas more authentic with their handcrafted products
What’s the connection between popular TV series Game of Thrones and India? Well, apart from the huge following the Emmy winner has in the country, not many know that Jon Snow’s Valyrian steel sword and…
Films and shows like Game of Thrones, Gladiator and Troy may belong to throwback era, but they owe their look to present-day Meerut and Dehradun
Where did the shinning armours in Michael Fassbender starrer Assassin’s Creed or for that matter gorgets worn in the Merlin series come from? One doesn’t have to look far as Lord of Battles is decking up fighters in foreign…