As the winter sun remained shy behind the clouds on Sunday afternoon, the Samovar boiling Kahwa filled the air with hot mist inside the house in Muslimaabad village, on the banks of the Madhumati river in Bandipora town of Kashmir. Defying the cold, kids ... catchnews.com, 2 weeks ago
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While browsing through markets in Kashmir, it’s impossible not to come across shops selling brilliantly shining copperware. Typically stacked from floor to ceiling with items to be sold, these outlets can be spotted from a distance and almost ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
A stolen dry chilli from a Kashmir market spices up a traveller's life Let's come to the burgers later. For now, indulge me and think of tall chinars, taller deodars, and serene hills against a vast expanse of evening sky as far as the eye could ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
204 SHARES Were almost done with November, and winter has slowly but surely made its way into some, if not most parts of Pakistan. While people in the north may be feeling the winter more than those situated in the hotter cities, a chill is ...Brandsynario.com, 1 week ago
I am a self-proclaimed chai enthusiast! My love for Indian tea goes back to my childhood. As a child, I would run to the kitchen when a sudden whiff of aroma would lift up and lure me to find my father straining earthy chai into delicate cups. I was ...NDTV, 1 month ago
It might be your ritual every morning or evening, but for some it can be their ultimate indulgence. A tête-a-tête with Bengaluru's teapreneur Kaushal Dugar, founder & CEO, Teabox who makes inventive with infusions, without faulting the classic ...Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
A food hamper is the most popular gift on Diwali, and this one comes with exquisite cheeses and accompaniments that will surely delight your friends and relatives. Cheesy hamper A food hamper is the most popular gift on Diwali, and this one comes ...Financial Express, 1 month ago
It's a stale line and not so funny after all, but I like to give it an airing now and again: Cut me open and youll see not blood but a thin treacly tea flow out. I don't usually keep a count of the cups I drink every day. If you catch me saying no ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
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