The Lowland Setting

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Tolly Club

The Tolly Club is a Golf Course with a clubhouse, stables, tennis courts, swimming pool, and restaurants that cater to the affluent. Billiards and bridge can be played in rooms set aside for that purpose, where tea is served from silver pots. Bartenders serve special drinks like gin fizz or pink ladies while gramophones play a variety of music in the background. Around the club, boundary walls are built ever higher to keep nonpaying guests from enjoying the ambiance, although wire fencing is still the only thing that separates one group from the other along the western edge. The Tolly Club was originally owned by Richard Johnson who was the General Bank of India’s chairman. In 1785, he built a Palladian villa and imported trees that were foreign to Tollygunge from subtropical regions of the world.

Deshapran Sashmal Road

Deshapran Sashmal Road is a road that splits...

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