In a long military procession extending for six miles are thousands of soldiers on horses, camels and afoot constituting what is known as the "State Entry." Scenes taken on Durbar Plain depict a grand military review. Soldiers and spectators form a great spectacle reaching far beyond the vision of the eye. An exceptional view shows a regiment mounted on camels moving like a great caravan. Among the many other interesting views are King George and Queen Mary with their escort, the immense equipment of the Maharajah of Cashmere, including an excellent picture of His Highness at close range, the departure of the Maharajah of Fitiala after the ceremonies are over and the curious methods of transportation.
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