British domination is replaced by democracy and industrial expansion in India.
India Date:1946 Duration:4 min 41 sec Sound:Yes
British domination is slowly being replaced by democracy in India. A sign:' cleanliness is 2nd to God'. An Indian woman on a street. Political riots in Pakistan. One man serves food and other eats advocating socialism. Views of British domination in India. Indian women attend a class for teaching care of babies. The instructor places a baby on a scale in front of the class. Men work at machines. People are illiterate and are unable to read. Indian laborers work in native industries. A train arrives at Mysore railway station. A sign: Mysore. Buildings and people on the streets of Mysore during the Indian independence movement. Industrial development by using natural resources and creation of employment: Workers work in a factory. A boy turns a wheel. Modernization in Mysore. Hydroelectric dams, irrigation canals and improved streets. Boys in a classroom paint pottery while an instructor draws on the blackboard. Jawaharlal Nehru, the political leader of the Congress Party, speaks to the party. A woman walks while shading herself with an umbrella.
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