The British Deputy High Commission, Chandigarh recently hosted a Tea Garden Party to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. The event was attended by prominent guests from various sectors, including government officials, business leaders, and British Nationals.
A Traditional Celebration
The Tea Garden Party was held at the residence of the UK’s Deputy High Commissioner, Chandigarh, which was decorated with the theme of a traditional English tea party. The guests were greeted by the Deputy High Commissioner, who welcomed them to the event.
During the party, guests were served traditional English tea, cakes, and scones. The guests enjoyed the beautiful ambience and the Coronation music.
Promoting Strong Ties
Speaking at the event, the Deputy High Commissioner Caroline Rowett said, “I am delighted to host this Tea Garden Party to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. It is a historic occasion for the British people – the largest ceremonial event for 70 years – and I am honoured to share it with friends in Chandigarh and the region. Saturday’s ceremony reflected a modern and diverse UK, with representatives from many faiths – including Hinduism, Sikhism, and Islam – carrying the Coronation Regalia. As the sun sets on the long Coronation weekend, it is good to know that so many of us around the world were able to celebrate this truly remarkable event. His Majesty has had a long and enduring love for India, and I hope that the living bridge between the UK and India will grow stronger in the years to come.”
The event was a great success, and the guests enjoyed the warm hospitality and the opportunity to mingle in a relaxed atmosphere. The British Deputy High Commission, Chandigarh, remains committed to promoting the strong cultural and economic ties between the United Kingdom and India.