Sufi singers sing at Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh ,India. Jacqueline Kennedy at Fort of Fatehpur Sikri.
Scenes of elephant statues. People travel on bullock carts. Jacqueline Kennedy, her sister Lee Radziwill and John Galbraith, United States Ambassador to India gets out of a train at railway station in Agra. A man rows boat near Taj Mahal in Yamuna river. Jacqueline Kennedy visits Taj Mahal. A flag with a symbol on it in Benares. Jacqueline Kennedy on the steps on the bank of river. People perform rites and rituals on steps. Jacqueline comes to decorated boats in river Ganges. . A banner on a boat show Varanasi Junior Chamber. Temples of Benares seen.
U.S. President John F. Kennedy's wife Jacqueline Kennedy during a visit to South Asia. The Taj Mahal in Agra. Two men row a boat in the Yamuna river and Taj Mahal in the background. The Lake Place in Udaipur. A woman washes clothes in the Lake. First Lady Kennedy visits a hospital. She meets young children in the hospital. Traditional welcome being given to Jacqueline Kennedy by the people of Pakistan during a fair. Young children applaud. First Lady gets down from a cart. Military band plays music. Jacqueline seated on a podium with other people. Horse and camel perform dances at the fair. Pakistan President Ayub Khan gifts a horse to Mrs. Kennedy.
Shia Muslims in India. A religious ceremony in the form of a mourning procession to mark the anniversary of the death of Ali, Mohammed's son in law. People in the streets during the procession. Animals decorated with finery. Men and boys strike their chests with their fists as part of the mourning ritual. In separate sequence, The Taj Mahal in Agra, and the Shalimar Gardens in Lahore, Punjab, British India, are shown.
The role of women in the United States Army. In January 1943, the first posting of WAAC enlisted personnel overseas, was to Algiers. Women disembark a ship. WAAC women walk with orphan children into a convent. A WAAC woman washes utensils; others dry clothes. WAAC women arrive in Scotland and get trained. Women visit India. Women at the Taj Mahal in Agra. Women visit New Delhi. Women on camels in Cairo. Women disembark a ship in Europe. Two women adjust a tent. Woman washes her hair and clothes using her helmet. Women inside a tent. Woman checks injured soldiers. Nurses in hospital as they look after soldiers. Women march. A woman pays homage to the female soldiers who sacrificed their life in war. Soldiers carry another injured soldier on stretcher. Officers check injured women in hospital. Women in uniform march.
Chinese troops advance in India during Sino Indian War in year 1962. View of the mountains ranges. Chinese troops advance and invade the country. Civilians march through streets holding banners. People donate their jewelry and money. Prime Minister of India Jawahar Lal Nehru addresses the gathering.
United States First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy arrives on a visit to India. Scene of a gate. A hilly region. People on a bullock cart. A man takes a small child in lap. A child on woman's shoulder. Farmers in a field. Statues carved at Khajuraho temple. Decorated and carved gates. Colorful paintings on walls. Women play sitar and tabla. A traffic policeman gives directions to traffic and shows 'Stop' sign. Students and teachers in a college. Carpenter and a mechanic at work. Large crowd. National emblem of India on a gate. Guards on horses. Dr. Rajendra Prasad, President of India in a horse driven chariot in the Parliament premises. Air India plane lands at New Delhi airport. Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and his daughter Indira Gandhi meet Jacqueline Kennedy, her sister Lee Radziwill and the American Ambassador to India, John Kenneth Galbraith. Galbraith talks to Prime Minister Nehru. Children clap. United States Embassy. Ambassador Galbraith and Jacqueline Kennedy in Embassy. Prime Minister Nehru talks with Jacqueline Kennedy in a garden. She buys a silk sari. A girl welcomes her with garland in Benares. A man answers her questions during visit to an art gallery. She meets Indira Gandhi. Jacqueline Kennedy meets Indian artists. Jacqueline Kennedy addresses the people present. Jacqueline Kennedy garlands an elephant's neck as a ritual.