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This amateur film with some intertitles illustrates a tour of India. There is footage of major landmarks (the Red Fort, the Taj Mahal) and people on the streets. The places visited are; Ludhiania, Agra, Nagpur, Hyderabad (Deccan). Dr K Nayak with Colonel MacGregor pose for the camera. The tour continues to Madras and Calcutta with various general views and a day at the races. From Calcutta, Dr S.P. Chandhuri and Colonel R.N. Chopra pose. The tour continues to Assam (Shillong) and Mariani.
1 videocassette (DIGIBETA) (15:19 mins) : 1 DVD (15:19 mins) : silent, black and white, PAL silent, black and white, PAL.
British Medical Association
This film forms part of a group of films donated to the Wellcome Trust in 2006 by The British Medical Association.