Looking back into the annals of history, 'King's Cliffe' - as it was known at the turn of the last century, was a playground for the rich and famous of the British Raj. Marriages and parties were attended by British officers and the visiting aristocracy. Some parts of its alleged past have been maintained, and are captured by anecdotes that are as unusual as inspiring.
The images here are about 100 years old. Note, especially, the interesting one with the tariff of the King's Cliff of that era.