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Noon Chai

A photostory by Shivani Rajput.

It was my regular evening walk to the Lal Chowk in Srinagar, when all of a sudden it started drizzling and the weather got a bit cold. So on the way to the Tea stall, I came across this man who was sitting on the pavement of the shop and was enjoying his tea. When i said “one Lipton tea” he stared at me and asked “Kashmir me naya ?”  I nodded my head and he smiled back at me and said “Noon chai”. Noon Chai which  is very different from the regular tea that we drink,  is salty in taste and  favourite  of  Kashmiris .

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6 comments on “Noon Chai

  1. Suryansh Pant
    June 3, 2011

    The photo is very impressive. As they say, ‘A picture speaks a thousand words’.

  2. Apoorv Sharma
    June 3, 2011

    gr8

  3. shivangi deshwal
    June 3, 2011

    the photo is
    well – written
    as shakespeare said
    “brevity is the soul of wit ” …….

  4. shivangi deshwal
    June 3, 2011

    photo is appealing =]

  5. udit jain
    June 5, 2011

    gr8 pic! shivani ur an awsome person at heart 🙂 it shows in ur pics 🙂

  6. frozen Heart
    July 26, 2011

    In fact these few lines taste like Nun Chai…good one…hope u liked the taste !

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