Maharajah Of Bikaner's Birthday 1946

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Thought to be Selected Originals from late 1940s material. 10/10/1946?

Bikaner, (Now part of Rajasthan), India. Voiceovered newsreel material.

The Maharajah of Bikaner celebrates his 44th birthday, India. Various shots of the Maharajah in ceremonial robes riding on a state elephant...



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UNSO 089 I
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01:35:35:00 / 01:36:20:00
UNSO Reel 089 I
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