It is no secret that we all need a fit and salubrious life, don’t we? Especially in today’s world where our surroundings are covered with thick blankets of pollution, dust, chemicals, various kinds of deadly diseases and what not!
These “vices” are casting a shadow on everyone’s lives (and we cannot deny that). Moreover, daily hectic chores, the harsh reality of life and its demands, all these keeps holding you back from celebrating the other side of life.
Assam is the largest tea producing region in India and the second largest after southern China, the only two regions in the world with native tea plants. Assam is also said to be home to India’s indigenous, wild-growing tea plant variety, Camellia sinensis, the tea plants being abundant in the Upper Assam jungles.
Albeit the tea history of Assam issaid to be 160 years old, the process of brewing tea by the Singpho tribe of Assam began even before its discovery. But they did not know it was actually tea. However, in the year 1821 the story of tea came to existencewhen Robert Bruce, a British adventurer, happened to discover tea-like plants growing wild in the jungles of the Chabua district. Robert Bruce, in one of his expeditions, discovered tea in Assam.