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Gaya, Allahabad, and Cawnpore, India (1913)

Gaya is a city of 50,000 inhabitants, and contains many interesting and famous temples. The first ones shown in the film were erected in 500 B. C. Close views are given of the Hindu gods, ... See full summary »

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Gaya is a city of 50,000 inhabitants, and contains many interesting and famous temples. The first ones shown in the film were erected in 500 B. C. Close views are given of the Hindu gods, Ganesh and Hanuman, who are represented in a collection of gods at the workshop of a native maker of images. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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May 1913 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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