A view of a Dhaba (tea shop) in Karachi. PHOTO: JALAL QURESHI/ EXPRESS
Tea and paan are widely consumed and enjoyed in Pakistan, even to the extent of addiction.
This is called real pakistan i love it.
i love tea, even like to have pan once in a while but aftermaths of consuming pan are very bad, red spits every where, hate to see them.
Meetha pan is the best
Pics are good but i hate both Tea and Paan
Love my Tea
Love my Pakistan,
lets all start caring about it now.
Finally some Pakistani culture. Good going ET!
One can easily make a half an hour documentary on our Dhaba Culture!
I love Doodh Pati with Anda Paratha. Miss them when I am in Afghanistan :(
Finally ET got some time off from Fashion shows :D :DRecommend
finally someone has sheds light on the 80 percent of population of pakistan and not simply upper middle classes which dines and shines at parties
not 80 but 98% of Pakistan!
There was a time in Karachi when we play cricket whole night, and ends up at Cafe pyala 24hrs open. Now guard yourself.
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