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Tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze), an evergreen cash crop, is indigenous to Indo-China region. These perennial shrubs intermittently encounter versatile stresses that impinge on production. However, tea consumption is escalating due to cheaper valuation. Hence, increased production entails appliance of advanced research and technological implications. Concurrently, complex life cycle and out-breeding nature of tea poses several inadequacies for genetic improvement. Abolition of winter dormancy, quicker flushes, and faster germination demands deliberation. Incidentally, efficacy of DNA based markers for molecular or genetic characterization has been exploited. Though, genome sequencing and advanced molecular approaches have made possible genome-wide analysis of changes molecular expression, creating the opportunity for studying biological processes. Nevertheless, solitary technology as a ‘stand-alone’ cannot be adequate for gaining a comprehensive understanding.