Film synopsis of "Gyandev of India"
Synopsis of the film Gyandev of India, the first all-sound motion picture from India to be exhibited in the U.S. This film was brought to the U.S. in 1943 by Ram Bagai, though it was eventually pulled at the request of Consulate General M.R. Ahuja "in the interest of India-U.S. relations."
Correspondence between Ram Bagai and M.R. Ahuja
"Correspondence between Ram Bagai and M.R. Ahuja, the Indian Consul General in San Francisco, that took place eight years after Bagai opened “Gyandev of India” in New York City. After 1943, Bagai showed Gyandev at various cinema art houses, Indian-American cultural events, and universities, including the University of Hawaii in 1951.