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    Up for an afternoon of reading and coffee?

    The idea of relaxation today has acquired a 'novel' meaning with the trend of 'reading cafes' emerging at an enviable pace in India. Cafe culture has experienced a defining moment in the recent years. High altitude ceiling fans, round coffee tables styled in archaic wooden architecture, life-size blackboards with the menu of the day scrawled in chalk, and turbaned waiters at service were some marked features of the 20th century coffee house scenario.

    It is a changed scenario today. The turbans have been replaced by the humble cap, old-world architecture has made way for swanky interiors and a modest cup of 'coffee' too has changed to 'Cafe Latte.' The overall complexion may have changed but the 'purpose' of visiting the cafes remains the same. Our cluttered minds still yearn for that little space of recreation and retrospection amid technological invasion.

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    I'll give you reason !!

 

 

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