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James Ivory (written by)
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The visual images consist entirely of Indian miniature paintings, while an off-screen narrator traces... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Saeed Jaffrey ... Narrated by (voice)

Directed by
James Ivory 
 
Writing credits
James Ivory (written by)

Produced by
James Ivory .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ali Akbar Khan 
Chatur Lal 
D.R. Parvatikar 
Ravi Shankar 
T. Visvanathan 
 
Cinematography by
Mindaugus Bagdon  (as Mindaugis Bagdon)
 
Film Editing by
James Ivory 
 
Sound Department
Rolf Epstein .... sound engineer
 
Other crew
Raymond E. Lewis .... special production assistance
 
Thanks
Richard Bock .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of
Charles L. Campbell .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of (as Charles Campbell)
Robert Marquis .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of
 

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