Chukka for charity

British and Indian polo players took part in a match for two charities founded by the Prince of Wales

Indian polo stars
Indian polo stars

Star polo players from India’s Punjab region took part in a charity polo match alongside the British Army polo team at the weekend.

The British Asian Trust and he Bhumi Vardaan Foundation, both founded by the Prince of Wales, were the beneficiaries of the match.

The event was held at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club near Windsor. Prince Charles was present to hand out trophies to the winners and meet guests at a post-match reception.

The match was organised by the Anglo-Sikh Heritage Trail. Traditional bhangra music and dance originating in the Punjab region also featured at the event.

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