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Photoblog: Go On A Hunt For These Summer Drinks Along Delhi's Streets

Treasures range from sattu ka sharbat to shikanji.

20/07/2017 8:46 AM IST | Updated 20/07/2017 8:46 AM IST

Delhi's vendors have an edible or drinkable solution to everything, including being out in the heat.

Sattu sharbat, Turkman Gate

This refreshing drink is made by roasting black chickpeas, which are then powdered and mixed with water, sugar and ice. A variation with salt, lemon juice and powdered cumin is also popular. A glass of either is very cooling.

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Bel sharbat, Barakhamba Road

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Lassi (in a kullad), Fatehpuri, Old Delhi

Kullards, cups made of clay, help keep the drink naturally cool.

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Jaljeera, near the Old Delhi Railway Station

Sushant Sinha

Shikanji, Connaught Place

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Rooh Afzah sharbat, Turkman Gate

Sushant Sinha

*No names. No directions. Only vague locations. Binge photo guides challenge you to find these spots using only the photographs and brief information we give out. We haven't made it too hard but you might need to go exploring a little bit: high-five us if you manage, and write to us if you don't.

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