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The New India

India, 1954 (MIFF 1956, The Magic Carpet)

A young couple, brother and sister, have been given a trip through India as a graduation present from their father. The purpose of their tour is to give them a better knowledge of their country and of the problems it faces in the twentieth century world.

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