Descenders of Gaidya Lohar tribesmen led by Premier Nehru end four centuries long exile.
Fort Chittorgraph, India.
GV. Fort - a huge fortress. Air view, Indian village of Chittorgraph. LV. Part of Fort, & LV. GV. Pan, walls of Fort. GV. Crowd of Lohars (descendants of Gaidya Lohar) walking with car in which Indian Premier Pandit Nehru is standing, & SCV. CU. Nehru in car. SV. Crowds of Lohars walking towards fort. CU. Nehru in car. SV. Crowds of Lohars going through Fort entrance, & GV. & SV. SV. Inside fort, crowds coming in. SCU. Indian people playing stringed instruments, & CU. & CU. CU. Indian man watching. SV. Nehru standing on platform surrounded by crowds of Lohars. GV. Crowds of Lohars still coming into fort. When a thousand years old fort was captured by invaders four centuries ago, the tribesmen left it vowing never to return until it was free. The fort is now free and Lohar tribesmen are returning home.
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