National Geographic : 1929 Oct
p inauonal t'eograpnic society " MOVIES " INVADE JAIPUR'S ANCIENT CAPITAL The men are screen actors who took part in a picture filmed at ruined Amber, once a magnificent city before a rajah moved the capital down to the plains. The elephant's usual task is to convey travelers from Amber city in the valley up a steep hill to the palace. Natural-Color Photographs by Franklin Price Knott HENNAED BEARDSPROCLAIM THEM MECCA PILGRIMS But when the photographer saw so many dyed whiskers that could not have afforded the expense of such along journey, and awhite pony with his tail hennaed, he doubted some ofthese pious claims. Taken at a fair in Darya Khan.