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May 6, 2017: If you are tired of having countless glasses of water this summer, fret no more! Beat the heat and quench your thirst with 10 amazing Indian summer drinks and feel refreshed like never before-

  1. Lassi


Lassi, Wikimedia


Lassi is an extremely popular drink in Northern India. It originated in Punjab and is made my skimming curd. It is available in various flavours and colours. It can be made light or heavy by choice.

  1. Aam Panna


Aam Panna, Wikimedia

Aam panna is renowned for its heat-resistant properties. It is made from green mangoes and is yellow to very light green in color, and is consumed as a tasty and healthy beverage to fight against the intense Indian summer heat. It is considered great for treating gastro-intestinal disorders

  1. Thandai


Thandai, Wikimedia

Like Tom and Jerry, Thandai and Holi are incomplete without each other. The staple drink is prepared with a mixture of prepared with a mixture of almonds, fennel seeds, magaztari seeds(watermelon kernel), rose petals, pepper, vetiver seeds, cardamom, saffron, milk and sugar. This too can be prepared in many ways like Rose , mango and badam thandai.

  1. Jaljeera


Jal Jeera, Wikimedia

Jal-Jeera or cumin water is a cool drink again originating from North India. The main preparation is actually lemonade with Jaljeera powder. It aids digestion and prevents anemia due to rich amount of iron.

  1. Kokum Sherbert


Kokum Sherbet, Wikimedia

Kokum which is also known as the Malabar Taramind is mixed with jeera and black pepper to create the Kokum Sherbert. It has a pulpy texture and pristine aroma. Due to its amazing weight loss properties Kokum can be your breakfast essential!

  1. Sugarcane Juice

Sugarcane Juice, Wikimedia

Extracted from fresh sugarcane it is a quick cooling reagent loaded with carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minerals. It contains only 15 calories so we can now shed our winter tummies in a quicker, healthier and tastier way.

  1. Coconut water


Coconut Water, Wikimedia

Available not only throughout the country but also, most parts of the world. Just cut the top of a coconut and escape the torturing heat. Commonly called as ‘natures sport drink’ or ‘life enhancer’ So just stir it up and drink immediately!

  1. Shikanji


Shikanji, Wikimedia

Lemon, cold water and sugar. Best detoxifying agent and one of the easiest things to prepare to brighten up your day. It makes you leaner and helps in preventing infections. Remember this, the next time someone throws lemons at you.

  1. Piyush


Piyush, Source: Sanjeev Kapoor

Made from curd / buttermilk and shrikhand spiced with cardamom, and nutmeg powder, Piyush is an excellent coolant for summers.It is thicker, creamier and sweeter than Lassi. This drink is great especially if you are fasting as it keeps your hunger pangs away.

  1. Paan (Betel Leaf) Juice


Paan (betel Leaf) Juice

It is made from paan or betel leaves and a little bit of rose sweetener gulkand. The aroma though is beyond words. To make it cooler you can also add sabza or basil seeds. It controls bad breath and cogh and has aromatic simulative properties.

– by staff writer at NewsGram


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