The 'chai pakora' style of functioning is not only confined to the political landscape of the country but being taken up as a serious business proposition to earning money.
An enterprising youngster from Maharashtra's Pune city has created a first of sorts by earning Rs 12 lakhs a month by just selling tea. Navnath Yewle's tea parlour has become the talking point of the town and has created a brand loyalty among avid tea drinkers in the city.
Yewle Tea house has become one of the famous stalls in the city. Navnath Yewle, co-founder of Yewle Tea house, says he is going to make it an international brand very soon. "Unlike 'pakora' business, this tea selling business is also creating employment for Indians.
This business is growing fast and I'm happy," Navnath told ANI. Currently, Yewle Tea House has got three centers in the city and every center has about 12 employees working in it.