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Kangra and Kulu

India, 1961 (MIFF 1962, Near Neighbours)

Director: N. S. Thapa

Lying to the north of the Punjab and situated amidst the splendours of the Himalayas are the valleys of Kanga and Kulu. The film includes scenes of the colourful marriages of the people here and other festivals they celebrate.

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