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Rajasthan Teatime - Gogunda Village, India

Saša Petricic
"The smoke rises and the firewood crackles. The smell of spice fills the back kitchen in rural Rajasthan... as she carefully pours out whole, fresh milk.
A tea tableau of afternoon chai, with uncertain glances at the stranger with the camera.
The milk is key − usually from cows, occasionally from camels. Mixed with strong black tea, it gives the warm drink a kick... and the drinker a boost. Sugar (lots of sugar), cardamom and a pinch of saffron round out the local recipe.
Chai is India’s national drink, cementing friendships and agreements. Some say it keeps the country running – even in the poorest villages."

Pigment ink on paper
Unframed on Custom framed

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20 x 30 in. / 51 x 76 cm
Edition of 15

13.5 x 20 in. / 34 x 51 cm
Edition of 30

9.25 x 14 in. / 24 x 36 cm
Edition of 50

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