Have you tasted the cutting tea? Why not cutting water also.Cutting tea (about half cup of tea) is very popular in various parts of country being called with different names but the main thing is it contains only 80-90 ml of readymade common Indian milk tea. Whatever be the reasons for popularity of this small amount of tea being served in the nooks and corners of the country, it is there to stay. The price ranges from 6-10 rupees depending upon the masala (spices like ginger, cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper etc) used in it and the standard of the shop. We often take it in the tea stalls near my house.
Today we are struggling to conserve water whether it is general purpose water or drinkable water. It has become a precious commodity for us. It is very common in the restaurants and functions to serve water in big glasses and whether a person takes a sip or more a large amount of water is wasted. Why not to use small quantity of water in small glasses or pouches and let us just term it as cutting water (a hilarious way may be!) and if becomes popular and adopted in all the places, I hope we will have a lot of water conservation cumulatively. So, next time you go to attend a function ask for cutting water!
There are many other ways and tips to conserve water but while discussing among friends this prospect was raised and I thought to share it here. What do you think about it?