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Located in Silchar, India, The Cachar Club was opened in 1897 by colonial British who were engaged in the tea planting business. Initially, membership was open to only Europeans, but this opened up to include Indians as well. The club-house is in a colonial style, and was completely renovated in February 2008.
The members helped develop the modern game of Polo during the later years of the 19th century.
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