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  1. My Writing Workshop says:

    My first time here and I am book marking your webpage. Very interesting and I am not a tea person but I really liked the picture.

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    1. Hey, thanks for stopping by. Means a lot to know my page was worth a bookmark by you. The tea-cup was yet another one of my random pictorial documentation of life around us.

      Cheers 🙂


  2. haha love your style keep it up

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  3. Ha those platform sounds and smells!Chai Chai!..Nothing can beat the joy of train travel

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    1. I’m more of a road person actually Shubha, but i agree – the platform sounds & smells have their own unique appeal. Thanks for stopping by. Cheers 🙂


  4. Tina Basu says:

    I am not a tea lover, last year I travelled in Duronto BLR-KOL because people told food is great. Guess what we were given same chicken curry thrice for lunch dinner and next day lunch!! So IRCTC and good food is not in my luck!

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    1. Whoops! Guess the pantry staff had a chicken curry party on your train trip. Pj’s aside, I too believe that great food on a train trip depends a lot on luck to find it


  5. deepagandhi says:

    Love tea served in the trains and agree with Atul..kulhad chai ka jawab nahin 🙂

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    1. Yup. Earthen ware ought to taste that extra bit special. Must admit though, am yet to have it that way.


  6. Atulmaharaj says:

    The tea served in an earthen pot aka “Kulhad” is unbeatable !

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    1. Yeah dude. Sadly, for me, i’m yet to get lucky with a kulhad waali chai. One of the downsides of being a road person & not much of a long distance train guy


  7. shwetadave09 says:

    this is going to sound so silly but I love platform tea…its strong and sweet! Nice click there!

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    1. Shweta, nothing silly about platform tea at all. Many love the syrupy kick. The click was a super quick one. Surprised myself, it turned out to be this usable 😀


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