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India, 1967 (MIFF 1969, Programme 33)

Director: C. T. Baptisa

To the music of four classical ragas, four human emotions are explored—love, happiness, fury and peace. The vast range of moods induced by their interaction is evoked among the Hindu sculptures of the rock temple of Kailash.

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