|Film Description:||Unedited travelogue|
Note that the lenticular portions have not been transferred to read as color footage.
Shotlist[Note that the footage is lenticular color, but not refiltered through a lenticular filter, hence it appears just as vertical stripes, as if scratched.]
Film is dated to early 1930s
A Sikh gentleman strolling with Kate Tode along a mountain road
En route to Kashmir through the Khyber Pass
A roaring river
Kate Tode with an American gentleman walking toward the camera
Boats with families on Dhal Lake in Kashmir
Homes on the banks
Shalimar Bagh (Shalimar Gardens, Srinagar)on a holiday or festive day, many Muslim families picnicking
Todes enjoying the gardens as well
Riding in a boat on Dhal Lake, focus on the textiles of the interior, pans up to other boats passing by.
Mountains of the Hindu Kush, a friend taking a nap
Man on a donkey riding toward camera
Many shots of the ghats from a boat
Man on elephant announced by a large brass horn. Followed by a procession of camels.
|Film Creator:||Arthur and Kate Tode (Kahop)|
|Topics:||Tourism, Touring, Kashmir, Dhal Lake, Taxila, Benares, Varanasi|
|Tags:||Benares | Dhal Lake | Kashmir | Taxila | Tourism | Varanasi|
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