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Nectar

India, 1972 (MIFF 1975)

Director: L. Shankar

Faith and religion determine most of the actions of an average Indian. A great gathering of the faithful, Kumbha Mela, is being held every six years at the confluence of the rivers Ganga, Yamuna, and the invisible Saraswati. Nectar is a record of this colourful event.

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