WHY IS TEA SO FAMOUS IN INDIA?

Updated: May 25




चाय का अनोखा प्याला, है कितना निराला.
कुछ चीज़े हमारे रोज़मर्रा ज़िन्दगी से ऐसे जुड़ी हुई होती है की उनके बिना दिन शुरू करना बहुत भोझ सा लगता है. चाय का वो प्याला, हमारे दिन की शुरुआत मई बहुत एहम हिस्सा होता है.


There are so many stories and emotions related with tea. Different stories and new experience of everyone is there about tea.


चाय यूँही हमारे बीच इतनी famous नहीं हुई है , There are specific reasons for it.

It’s Our National Drink – Did you know that our national drink is tea! For those who are aware of this, it is by right they have made this yummy beverage a part of their life.


RELATIONSHIP OF INDIANS AND A CHAI KHULLADH!

Have you ever imagined that how these magical leaves of tea when get combined  with boiling water and then different different spices are added to it. YUMMMMMM THAT TASTE IS UNFORGETTABLE.

Whether rich or poor,good or bad day india starts it day with a cup of tea. Deep emotions are connected with tea, Whatever be the circumstances Indians will never say nooooooo to tea, instead they will crave for another cup of tea.

Teas for when you’re under the weather, or the weather is cold. Winter is coming and you know what that means: Sniffles and sneezing everywhere. Couple that with holiday travel and we often end up sick. Here are some great choices for those days.


हर रूप में कड़क. Your demanding everyday life deserves kadak chai. Enjoy strong and flavorful teas. Always kadak. Always strong.


In India, tea is a very popular beverage and Indians love their cup of tea. The importance of tea drinking in India cannot be confined to words, Indians have to have their cup of hot steaming tea first thing in the morning in order to stimulate their senses and refresh themselves. In fact some even argue that tea as a beverage enjoys much more preference as compared to coffee in India. Tea is like a comfort drink for many Indians, especially on rainy days, you can always catch them savoring a steaming cup of tea along with pakoras (a type of fried snack).

India is the largest tea drinking country in the world even though the average consumption per person is less than half a cup because of the low income level. Over the years, tea drinking has become an integral aspect of the India culture. It is considered as a way of life. Remove tea drinking from India and you remove the basic essence of this vibrant and lovely country.

Almost everywhere you go in India you are sure to find tea or ‘chai’ as it is commonly known in most of the North Indian languages). Although there are lots of different types of tea available, the most common variety has to be the ‘railway tea’ type hands down. This one is basically a cheap version (Rs.2-Rs.5 per cup) which is sweet and uniquely refreshing once you develop a liking for it. This type of tea is made by brewing the tea leaves along with milk and sugar and serving it steaming hot.

India is the world’s largest producer of tea and most of the tea production in India takes place in West Bengal and Assam. Tea is popular all over India mainly as an evening drink as well as breakfast drink but nothing complements a family get-together or a college reunion more than an endless supply of tea throughout the day. In fact it is so popular that it is a cultural norm tea to offer tea to guests and visitors instead of alcoholic drinks. Although in recent years many people have shifted to imbibing tea liquor, the age-old tradition is to blend the tea liquor with a little bit of milk, add sugar in accordance with one’s taste and then sip it contentedly.


A cup of the classical Indian chai tea

Another famous variety of tea in India is the Masala chai which has spices added to tea during the preparation. The commonly used spices are ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and black pepper. However this type of tea does not appeal to all and sundry, it takes some time before you cultivate a taste for it. The Masala tea (or spices tea literally) is popular in Central India as well as Northern India only because the people in Eastern India like their tea without any spices.

Indians cannot live without tea and they might be unaware that how it helps us from harmful diseases. पढ़ लो काम आएगा. Tea helps in preventing blood clotting in our body; it helps in lowering the cholesterol levels and also deactivates cancer promoters. Tea also contains natural fluoride that helps in maintaining the bones and teeth.


क्यूँ था न INTERESTING की वो चाय जिससे हम अपनी निनी दुर्र भागने के लिए पीते है, वो कितने ही कमाल करते है. In india ,drinking chai is not the addiction but culture which is sacredly followed everyday by almost half of the population of indian. ये एक गूथ नहीं, तृप्ति है पूरे दिन की ,क्यूंकि इसके बिना दिन नहीं शुरू होता हमारा.


TEA AND FRIENDS THE PERFECT BLEND!!
Two steamy cups of tempting brew one for me and one for you, at a cozy little table made for two.

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