This is a new page and this page is not exactly our tea business page. Here we will publish images related to Tea, Tea Gardens and Tea Gardens' people. People behind the gardens are contributing to Indian economy and employment generation for over a century. You can also email a tea related photo, with your name and caption. We will publish it along with your name. But remember, it must be original photo not a copied photo. All the images here are 100% original and captured by www.assamteasellers.in Team.
This is a bungalow of Hoolungooree tea garden situated on the bank of Bhogdai River near Mariani, Assam.
It is a well maintained garden.
Bhogdai River is a tributary of Bramhaputra. Many gardens and cities of Assam grown due to this river. Famous city of Jorhat is on the bank of Bhogdai River. Jorhat means two markets. But now Jorhat city is far far bigger than only markets. Bhogdai and Tea garden made this growth possible.
Transporters Godown again
We are sending our tea from Silchar, Assam to Manipur. This Manipur lady has started packet tea with our tea in 2018 and successfully running it against big names of packet tea industry. She buys regularly and always in small quantity, so that no major capital is blocked.
We are sending our tea from Silchar, Assam to Gujarat. Right hand tea stack is from one of our supporting gardens.
Bengaluru Bus stand
When coming out of Bengaloru, one of our team members took a photo of Bengaluru Bus Stand. Our team found that Bengaluru people are generally friendly and believe in one India. Above all they love Assam Tea. You will find preferences for Assam Tea always.
Our team recent visit to Bengaluru, Karnataka. They went to Assembly. Assembly is the place where future of a State is decided. Here is a outside view.
Road through Cossipore Tea Estate
This is a road through Cossipore Tea Garden, Connecting Udharbund and Badripar of Silchar, Assam. It is a small but a good garden. With necessary investment under present manager, this garden can become one of the best gardens.
Tea on Mahasadak
We were on the way to Shubhong Tea Garden, Barak Valley, Assam. It was a cold morning of January 2020. So we decided to yake a cup of Tea each.
Invisible Barak River
We were on our way to Shubhong Tea Garden. Road was foggy but no problem to drive. When we crossed the Barak River, we tried to photograph it. Fog made it invisible. So much fog was not very common in this part of Assam.
Hilara Tea Garden
It is a small tea garden near Kalain of Assam. Good garden but factory is still primitive. Shortage of workers. All these adverse combination hampers its real potential. Excellent owners and most of the directors.
We got this pruning picture at evening.