"Bombay, April 1919" was a planned but unfilmed episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. The subject of the episode would have been political science. The theme was to have been non-violence, and the historical figures Indy would have encountered were Rabindranath Tagore and Mahatma Gandhi. The episode was to have been written by Frank Darabont.
In Bombay, Indy stays with Rabindranath Tagore, a family friend, while Remy Baudouin continues his search for Alexander the Great's diamond. Tagore has Indy to translate one of Ghandi's books. Indy hears him speak, and meets him somewhere close to Bombay. Indy sees several riots from the country's repression, and finds out about the British massacre at Amritsar. Indy decides he wants to return to the US and attend college, while Remy decides to keep looking for the treasure.