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After Pakistani Chaiwallah, This Indian Chaiwalli Is Internet's New Love!

You all must be quite familiar with the renowned Pakistani chaiwallah. Aren't you?

Let me tell you, this time it's the Indian Chaiwalli topping the charts. 

Her story is exactly the opposite of Slumdog Millionaire. Remember the boy in the movie who was a chaiwallah and eventually became a millionaire? Well, this chaiwalli has a new twist in her story.

Read below to witness the power of passion and talent in this world of technology.


After Pakistani Chaiwallah, This Indian Chaiwalli Is Internet's New Love!

After Pakistani Chaiwallah, This Indian Chaiwalli Is Internet's New Love!

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Uppma Virdi, is a 26-year-old professional lawyer, who works in Sydney. 

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You must be wondering why is she so famous? This will definitely shock you.

She is slowly becoming a sensation, not because of her career... 

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...but because of her tea brewing skills.

Uppma Verdi inherits tea making skills from her grandfather.

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Her grandfather was an Ayurvedic doctor by profession and had immense knowledge about herbs and spices. She walked into the SBS Melbourne office with a wire rack full of tea stacked carefully and looked exactly like a juvenile working at a tea stall in India.

Not many people know that she is awarded as "The Business Women Of The Year-2016."

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In a recent interview 

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She said, "My real aim is to educate the Australian society about Indian culture through tea."

Uppma also conducts "The Art Of Chai" workshops where she couches others on how to brew a perfect cup of tea.

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She also started a retail venture,"Chaiwalli" which is indeed an online store and also a wholesaler to some local stores.

The journey was not at all easy.

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In the interview, she said, "My parents and family were totally against it. They said I was a lawyer and why did I want to be a tea- seller? I said I want to show that tea sellers can do something."

The tea in western cafes is too spicy, it's not a real tea. 

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A real tea is remedial, aromatic and subtle.

As far as her professional career is concerned, she is exceptionally handling it well. 

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Indians and tea lovers are very proud of her talent and the ''out of the box'' thinking which indeed made her the hot topic of the day.

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