The Book of Tea

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What is Adda?

Adda is a Bengali word; it means to indulge in informal or friendly conversation with a group of people, such as friends, family, or colleagues. It also refers to the place to have that conversation. Our aim at ADDA is to create a community space for our neighbors, local artists and innovators for relaxation, conversation, peaceful working, and warm company.Our aim at ADDA is to create a community space for our neighbors, local artists and innovators for relaxation, conversation, peaceful working, and warm company.Our aim at ADDA is to create a community space for our neighbors, local artists and innovators for relaxation, conversation, peaceful working, and warm company.

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The Book of Tea is a classic essay that relates chado or teaism, to cultural and aesthetic aspects of Japanese society. Intended for a western audience, the book emphasizes the teaching properties of tea and the important lessons it taught the Japanese, specifically simplicity. Written by Okakura Kakuzo and published in 1906.

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