Among the many scenes is a view of a beautiful temple, a tribute to the work of man, and passing from there we see the work of nature summed up in one hundred and thirty-nine years producing the great Banyan tree. This is eighty-five feet high and has two hundred and fifty knotted trunks to support its gigantic spread. A view looking down the avenue of royal palms shows the broad leaves as they embrace above the roadway and send their shadows, cool and welcome, down upon the sun-beaten natives as they pass beneath their natural green. Their majesties King George V and Queen Mary of England, contribute to the interest of this film; two distinct views being taken of them upon their arrival and departure from Calcutta amid the royal regalia befitting the crown. Selections of the Calcutta Durbar are shown with many huge elephants which took part in the ceremony. Their trappings are wonderful in their Oriental splendor.