Chaikhana

Chaikhana

 

in Russian, a term for a tearoom in Middle Asia and Iran.

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A chaikhana in Karachi serving tea to customers during the busiest part of the day.
She has also explored a tea-stall The Grand Chaikhana in the famous food street where people get together to have fun and a cup of tea.
THE airwaves, the print media, every chaikhana and drawing room and workshop are overflowing with analysis and speculation about what the July 25 election means for the country.
Asian restaurant Chaikhana and Russian eatery Solyanka (pictured) appear to cater to alternative dietary requirements, and may be worth a call.
She illustrates this with numerous examples of such forms of leisure as visiting and attending teahouses (chaikhana).
Usando la parola chaikhana (alla lettera 'casa del te') ho voluto rinunciare all 'addomesticamento, conservando un suono estraneo che rimanda a un luogo estraneo.
The Poetry Chaikhana (poetry-chaikhana.com) gathers ancient and modern spiritual poetry from all over the world.
According to museum complex deputy director Mamatibraim Janybekov, Aidar-Ata chaikhana (tea house), Islamic center, fountain were built at the bottom of the mountain in 2010 and recently Satallik-2005 open joint-stock company launched construction of Osh-Ordo ethnographic center.
Those that stay while away the hot days in an outdoor chaikhana, a typical Azeri teahouse, sucking on sugar cubes soaked in tea.
A number of chaikhana (tea houses) were used as mosques, and many Party officials even diverted public funds to finance places of worship.
Across the river, at the Chinor chaikhana tea house, venerable men in felt hats ruminate at low tables, while the talismanic hulk of Babash Ata watches over all.