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Read & Download Chai, Chai ¶ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Biswanath Ghosh paints an amazing and mystical picture in this book where he starts his journey from the Itarsi Station Madhya PradeshChai Chai Travels in Places Where You Stop But Never Get Off allows the reader to join the author narrator while he experiences new places andIs that these places are described in terms of the people encountered Trains play an important role in bringing people from all parts of the country and all walks of life together This is where the true story liesGhosh enriches this story with various descriptions and personal insights The book is witty humorous and helps rediscover those areas of India which most have forgotten about due to commercial tourism No matter how obscure a town maybe it still holds a rich cultural history which Ghosh describes with avid details. Ever wondered what existed beyond those pallid boards in some of India’s biggest railway junctions Ever wanted to know about the lives of those who inhabited those towns that were highlighted in bold only in the country’s railway route If at some point you have pondered over any of these uestions ‘Chai chai Travels in Places Where You Stop but Never Get Off’ by Bishwanath Ghosh is a must readMughal Sarai Itarsi Jhansi Shoranur Jolarpetai Arrakonam and Guntakal are familiar towns for a regular traveller However they get only a passing reference in our packed travelogueGhosh makes an earnest attempt to extract interesting stories of the people who reside in these towns And his efforts haven’t gone waste as he gives these towns a new identity – remnants of India that was buried in the long and hasty strides we took towards urbanisation and agglomeration

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Biswanath Ghosh paints an amazing and mystical picture in this book where he starts his journey from the Itarsi Station Madhya PradeshChai Chai Travels in Places Where You Stop But Never Get Off allows the reader to join the author narrator while he experiences new places and faces The beautiful sun the rich cultural history and the people are all rendered with humor and love One can almost feel the narrator going through the little lanes in Kanpur and then end up in MadrasWhether one is drinking tea at a local café or si. A sweet little book about traveling to India's main railway junctions We often pass them by without wondering about what lies beyond the station So the writer travels to Itarsi Jhansi Mughalsarai and Shoranur among a few other places The writing flows easy and the anecdotes are nice The flavor of local food and dive bars come across very well I personally want to travel to Shoranur to Nilambur now as the train there passed through the ultra green teak plantation While I have not particularly gone to many small towns in India I have driven through many and could very well identify with what the writer said I enjoyed the book thoroughly

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Chai ChaiTting with numerous people in a local train Ghosh breathes life into every moment While speculating on life’s little moments the author also realizes the amount of hours spent in waiting at railway junctions The destinations are not just stations and stops for trains to drop commuters off They represent a different life and a new adventure everydayThere are little towns that people have never heard of which Ghosh talks extensively about such as Shoranpur Arakkonam Itarsi Jhansi and Mughal Sarai What makes this work uniue. ★★½☆☆This is kinda not my cup of tea but went along pretty well with my cups of tea Picked it as a tea break companion at office for a couple of weeks or so Wouldn't have considered it as a tea time reading stuff if not for its cover and titleDeals with exploring a few railway stations of India which are uite popular on the railway map because of their strategic junction locations but are otherwise nonexistent in terms of travelers choosing them as destinations Light hearted travelogue with the details oriented towards the author's routine and the persons he encountered So if you're looking for a definitive history guide for the places visited please avoid it Its like a table talk of a friend describing his recent planned trips to random off beat destinationsAmbitious and innovative project which did not get executed well It was evident towards the last couple of places that the author wasn't even interested to explore the places Lacked dedication and the disinterested attitude was contagious to the reader Could have been better if there were inclusions and descriptions of Chai time experiences of different places This was like Whiskey whiskey