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Mystic India
Description: A tour of India in the 1930s

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Clip #: TFA-142C
Length: 09:27
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Region: Far East
Country: India
Subject: Religion
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1930s, India, Varanasi, Benares, cityscape, mid rise buildings, pilgrims praying, bathing and washing clothes in Ganges River, Hindus, Hinduism, Delhi, car pov street scenes, pedestrians, cattle roaming through streets, oxen driven carts, bazaar, marketplace, vendors selling goods, smiling elderly vendor, children, fakers, peddlers, man lying on bed of sharpened nails, snake charmer playing pungi for cobra, Puri, streets crowded with pedestrians, untouchables, Ratha Yatra festival, Car Festival, accession of Jagannath, Juggernaut, pilgrims adorning chariot which travels through crowded streets, Laxmi Vilas Palace, Vadodara, oxen driven carriage driving past palace gardens, Maharaja of Baroda, Sayajirao Gaekwad III, girls performing traditional dance to musical accompaniment, gold encrusted carriage driven by horses driving past soldiers standing at attention, Maharaja and wife exiting carriage, Maharaja sitting down at desk, elaborately painted and adorned elephants, elephant smoking from hookah, ceremonial procession, soldiers on horseback and marching on foot, Maharaja riding elephant in proceesion, Agra, Taj Mahal facade and pool


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