The final day of the weekend celebrations to commemorate the 125 years of the Kasauli Club culminated with the crowning of Kasauli King and Queen on Saturday.
The final day of the weekend celebrations culminating with the coronation of the Kasauli King and Queen on Saturday in commemoration of the 125 years of the Kasauli Club.
Colonel Khanna and his wife won the coveted award. The event began with the right energy as members put on their dancing shoes to attend a power-packed workshop with Max Rajpoot. However, due to torrential rain, evening programs were delayed. Singer Alamgir Khan greeted the audience, followed by an annual tradition, where the name of the king and queen of Kasauli was revealed.
The annual event, Kasauli Week, was held after a two-year coronavirus-induced break. The prestigious club, 6250 feet above sea level, was established in 1880 as a Kasauli Reading and Assembly Room. After unsatisfactory reading and maintenance of the assembly rooms, it was called the Kasauli Club, and in 1897 a resolution was passed to hand over its administration to military officers and civil servants living in the cantonment.