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chai

 (chī)
n.
A beverage made from spiced black tea, milk, and sugar or honey.

[Hindi cāy and Urdu čā'e, tea, ultimately (probably via Persian čāy) from Mandarin chá, tea, or a kindred Chinese source; see chanoyu.]

chai

(tʃaɪ)
n
(Cookery) tea, esp as made in India with added spices
[C20: Indian]
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A the point where we first met this formation it was 120 fee in thickness; following up the river course, the surfac imperceptibly rose and the mass became thicker, so that a forty miles above the first station it was 320 feet thick What the thickness may be close to the Cordillera, I hav no means of knowing, but the platform there attains a heigh of about three thousand feet above the level of the sea we must therefore look to the mountains of that great chai for its source; and worthy of such a source are streams tha have flowed over the gently inclined bed of the sea to distance of one hundred miles.
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Chai : I think this is the original because it is the only one that I received.
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We noticed that it's definitely a good place to hang out with your friends for some chai and good music.
These outlets set up in different parts of the cities with the start of winter season begin selling Kashmiri Chai at breakfast time and sell this winter favorite late into the night, said shopkeepers.
A customer at Tea Stall, 'Kashmiri Chai is healthier and has less caffeine than black tea and coffee.