The Delhi Durbar, meaning Court of Delhi, was a mass gathering to celebrate the coronation of King George V.
MISSING SLATE INFORMATION: ***** MISSING ****** A cinematographic record of the magnificent and historical ceremonies of December 12th 1911
George V, Queen Mary and party leaving launch and procession of Royal visitors passes along quay / Procession proceeds along road / Royal coach and horses stop outside palace / General scenes of people scurrying about
SLATE INFORMATION: The Proclamation *** very brief ***
Royal party seated on large covered platform - surrounded by guards - pan to crowd
SLATE INFORMATION: The Begum of Bhopal the only lady who paid homage to their majesties *** very brief ***
Woman walks up to King and bows
SLATE INFORMATION: How the Gaekwar of Baroda paid homage to King George *** very brief ***
Several shots of people bowing before the King
Background: The Delhi Durbar, meaning Court of Delhi, was a mass gathering to celebrate the coronation of King George V. This Delhi Durbar was the only one attended by the actual monarch it commemorated.