Ageless India was the tenth film produced by Ken Wolfgang and was released in 1975. The film is 80 minutes in length and was shot on 16mm Kodachrome film. Ken Wolfgang presented the film on the travel lecture circuit between 1975 – 1978. Wolfgang stated that the purpose of creating this film was to dispel the belief prevalent amongst Americans that India was a country rife with poverty, starvation, over population, and numerous other problems. He used the film as a platform to show the positive aspects of the Indian culture. By filming at diverse locations and settings such as ancient Hindu temples and a traditional Indian wedding, the film documents the myriad of the rich cultural traditions and customs practiced by the Indian people and portrays eloquently the beauty of this ancient nation.