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5 Best Places to Visit in Jhansi

If you are exploring places in India that have an historical importance, you must not miss Jhansi.

Why Visit Jhansi?

There are many reasons to visit Jhansi, as it was one of the seats of revolt for Indian Independence and the Queen of Jhansi fought bravely. If you want to know the best places to visit in Jhansi keep reading. We have top five places reviewed – what you see, what you eat and what you get.

Famous for its heritage, food and shopping areas – you explore more by walking and grasping the feel of Jhansi every day.

Here are top 5 picks:

1. Jhansi Fort


Connected to the old times and keeping Jhansi reminded about the great bravery of its Kings and Queens, Jhansi Fort is a marvel in architecture and is situated on a hilltop. It is a sight worth seeing when you are visiting Jhansi.

2. Nag Mandir

Another very popular among local and tourists place is Nag Mandir, it is amazing to visit this temple during morning hours. Go to Nag Mandir and discover that there is beauty in divinity and faith if you believe it.

3. Rani Mahal

Live architectural monuments and art, Rani Mahal will leave you spellbound with everything it has to offer. Build 3 centuries ago, we cannot express how exquisite it is to enter the premises and enjoy the scenic paintings and art forms here.

4. Shopping in Sipri Bazaar

For all things Jhansi is famous for cloths, food and books you can shop them here. Gorge on local delicacies and make your whole group of friends and family buy a souvenir to remember this trip.

5. Orchha

Want more palaces, scenes and holy temples for blessings, visit Orchha near Jhansi. It is a paradise near a paradise. You can enjoy a long holiday combining Jhansi and Orchha and spend leisure time here.

How to make your trip to Jhansi railway station more memorable?

Just booking your tickets for your Jhansi trip is not enough. We have to make sure that everyone enjoys their time both in the train and while you are at the destination. Do not let train food destroy the fun. Order from KhanaGadi food delivery in train at Jhansi railway station, catering service when you start feeling hungry or you want meals for your family.

If you need any other food in train help at Jhansi railway station, let us know in comments. KhanaGadi and RailRaju our mascot are here to help.

Ahmedabad, Navratri Celebration Hub – What to Expect?

Ahmedabad also called as Amdavad (in Gujarati) is the largest city and the former capital of Gujarat. It is the administrative headquarters of Ahmedabad district and the seat that belongs to the Gujarat High Court. It is the seventh most populated metropolitan areas and the sixth largest city in India.  Ahmedabad is situated on the banks of Sabarmati River, 30km away from Gandhinagar (Gujarat’s capital).Ahmedabad is well known for its culture and tradition, as it has hundreds of temples, mosques and other pilgrim spots, and especially because the celebration of Navaratri is at its epitome.

Navaratri is one of the major important festivals celebrated in India. There are five types of Navaratri that occur in a year, Sharad Navaratri is the most popular. Here, Sharad Navaratri is referred to as Navaratri or Durga Puja (in Bengal). During this period of ten days and nine nights, nine forms of GoddessDurga are worshipped. The tenth day is known as Vijayadashami or Dussehra.

Ahmedabad is also known as the Navaratri Celebration Hub. The reason being, this city believes in traditional as well as modern approaches in celebrating the festival. Ahmedabad is a very progressive and happening city, and we hope that it’ll soon be declared as a smart city by our PM Dr. Narendra Modi under the flagship of Smart Cities Mission.

During Navaratri, the most popular word you come around is Garba Dance. Navaratri Garba is a combination of folk and contemporary dance forms. It is typically performed to the beats of dhols or rhythmic hand clippings’ and new forms such as rhythmic live music that increases the tempo of the dance to higher levels. Sticks are used to maintain the synchronization and generally women sway in acircular motion, in order to gain momentum during the course of performance.

In case you are not stopping at Ahmedabad railway station and just passing on one of those train journeys where it halts and you dream what the city is like. Enjoy Ahmedabad’s Navratri special food first hand with KhanaGadi’s rail catering service. Just give us a call on our toll-free number and our mascot Rail Raju will make food delivery in train at Ahmedabad railway station.

We hope, rather assure you that this article will be helpful enough to enjoy Navaratri in Ahmedabad as well as it’ll help you in exploring the city. Please, share your views about celebrating Navaratri in Ahmedabad in the comment section below.

Howrah Railway Station Embeds Bollywood Posters to Inspire Travellers for Swachh Bharat

At KhanaGadi, we live breathe and binge on all things train travel. Bringing you all the food in train delivery service, updates in railway stations and more importantly making it easier, comfortable and more enjoyable for you.

In latest news, West Bengal Division of the railways has come up with a unique concept to inspire travellers for keeping the trains and railway stations clean. This is a one of its kind, witty and quirky take on most famous Bollywood dialogues, created in the form of posters and rewritten as dialogues for Swachh Bharat mission. Already Surat has got the cleanest station award last week, Indian railways is initiating all these things to improve the quality of your train travel.

No more littering – A message from DDLJ, Deewar and More

Howrah Railway Station Swach Bharat

The Swachh Bharat bollywood posters taken from Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayege’s famous scene between Amrish Puri and Kajol have been inspiring enough to not throw any train in trains or on the platforms. The wit and attractiveness of the posters make sure that most of the passengers will look at them and learn it in a subtle way. This is one trend we all want to go beyond just trains. India is negligent when it comes to keeping its locality and surrounding clean.

howrah station deewar

The play on Mere Pass Maa hai scene from Deewar between the legendary Amitabh Bachchan and Shashi Kapoor is also another amazing example of this campaign.

We see Howrah Railway division’s innovativeness and intelligence in this as they hit the target audience with their favourite movie dialogues.

howrah station sholay

We all at KhanaGadi urge you to not litter or throw any garbage when you travel on train. There are many dustbins for that. Also spitting on platform is punishable with a fine of 500 Rupees. The posters are hung on the station and they are being appreciated. Many people are clicking images and promoting via Twitter and other social media.

We are your train travel partners and friends. We bring you food in train at any railway station across India. We also give you lots of offers if you promise us your support in Swachh Bharat Mission.

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5 Dishes in Delhi to try in next visit!

Delhi is not only the political seat and capital of India; it is one of the most diverse place known for its food. Food here is not a meal; it is a tradition that is served wholeheartedly.
Want to explore Delhi, instead of visiting the monuments taste Delhi via its food. You will be much more impressed as not everyone is into architecture but food is something we all need. Trying different foods for the first time and feeling extraordinary tastes on your tongue is how people react to Delhi food.Here are some dishes you must try:

1. Chhole Bhature

chole bhature

Chhole Bhature is your signature breakfast in Delhi and many people also enjoy them as lunch. Sold mostly by road side vendors, there are few famous Bhatura shops as well. In Chandni Chowk area you can gorge on some tasty Chhole Bhature.

2. Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken

Coming to Delhi, this is the only thing you should go for as your first meal if you are a carnivore. No kidding, you will be flabbergasted with the flavours and nothing will ever come close to this dish.

3. Seekh Kebab

seekh kebab

Kebabs are something that still have Mughlai roots. Mughals ruled India for a long time and their food has amalgamated with our Indian cuisine making it Delhi cuisine. The famous seekh kebab is inexpensive yet very tasty snack.

4. Bedmi Puri

Bedmi Puri

Image Source: inHouseRecipes

Fried sweetness is what Bedmi and Puri is for you. It is a wholesome breakfast and keeps you full till evening. What is Bedmi Puri? It is small size Puri with aloo sabji and halwa comes along as a desssert. The puri is stuffed with dal and masalas. As Delhiets often have this as Sunday breakfast and then lazy around whole day.

5. Shahi Tukda

shahi tukda

Image Source: Archana’s Kitchen

Going to Jama Masjid area for kebabs and biryani – but in case you are a vegetarian – you should visit it for the Shahi Tukda. In between lanes that can turn anywhere and everywhere, you will find old Muslim vendors selling Shahi Tukda. Enjoy it and let it transcend your being to a happy being all in one bite.

At KhanaGadi we love all things food. We are trying to bridge the gap between train travel and the food of every place. People often miss out on famous food of Delhi even when they pass the city many times because of train halts and all. But with KhanaGadi’s food delivery in train at Delhi railway station – you can ea all these 5 dishes on your seat. Yes, order all five if you are with your friends and family and come thank us later.

5 Best Dishes to Try in Lucknow

Awadhi cuisine in Lucknow is every travellers dream. The tastes it packs are like a benchmark that comes handy when comparing anything and everything. The kebabs, pulav and desserts in Lucknow are thousands of year old recipes that you must try out.

Here is Lucknow on the Platter for you:

1. Tunday Kebab

Tundey kebab in train in Lucknow

Image Source: IndiaMarks

The world famous restaurant for kebabs is the Tunday kebabi. It is famous for galawati kebabs, which are very soft, melt in your mouth delicacies of mutton. Cooked on a large, round on the edges and flat bottom skillet and served with Rumali rotis. Try them hot with chutney/sauce and relish the Lucknawi taste on your tongue.

2. Tokri Chaat

Tokri Chaat in train in Lucknow

Image Source: Bhavna’s Kitchen

For vegetarians visiting Lucknow, do not feel left out. There is plenty for you. Start with the Tokri chat, which is crunchy on the outside but sweet, tangy and sour on the inside. Choose your own kinds of fillings to satiate your chaat cravings.

3. Nahari

Nahari in train in Lucknow

Image Source: DesiChef

A food from the yore but still the most famous Nalli Nahari, is an iconic dish of Lucknow. You cannot miss this if you are coming to Lucknow or passing by. Yes, if you have little time, call KhanaGadi for food delivery in train at Lucknow station. Prefer ordering this dish during breakfast, because that is when it should be eaten.

4. Mutton Pulav

Mutton pulav in train in Lucknow

Image Source: FoodFellas4You

Tired of the sad roti and nonsense rice they serve when you travel. Landing in Lucknow you can start with Mutton Pulav and that too right the in the train. Yes, you can order from your seat, receive food and meals in train on your seat and pay/eat on your seat – a box of mutton pulav from Lucknow’s famous shops. Contact KhanaGadi for food delivery in train at Lucknow railway station.

5. Lassi

Lassi in train in Lucknow

Milk products, sweets and Lassi hold a great significance in royal cuisine. These are highly flavoursome and rich in texture. The Lassi in Lucknow is best suited on hot days when you are done with a plate of Pulav or kebabs. Do not miss, as it is one of the best lassI you will ever have.

Backpacking to Lucknow? Absorb the flavours and food of the Indian region in the train itself. Enjoy more by devouring the food, freshly delivered to you by KhanaGadi, food delivery service.

3 Tips to make Train Travel Comfortable in India

Want to explore the Indian subcontinent? You will be travelling by trains a lot. These 3 tips are your guide to comfy, enjoyable and delicious travelogue. You are going to have much more fun; yes we guarantee that.

India is one of the best and oldest countries of the world. The civilization is around for thousands of years and exploring it takes more than just confidence and courage. It takes a pair of new eyes to see such a different and divine world. Travelling within India to places of repute be it of historical or religious significance, Indian Railways are always your best choice, to see and understand the diversity all travellers talk about.

3 Tips you should know:

1) Last Minute Train Tickets Booking

If you come from abroad and want to explore the length and breadths of the country, you will have no other option but to choose to book tickets at the last minute. This is called Tatkal reservation, which is expensive, but guarantees a berth to travel and sleep on the train. Learn about it when you are booking a train for your next impromptu journey.

2) Ordering Food in Trains

Many travellers, who are well versed with the hygiene and distasteful food of pantry cars and railway platform, choose KhanaGadi, an online food delivery service that delivers food right at their seat. Yes, all you need is a phone to dial their number, text them on WhatsApp or internet connection to order via their Android App. KhanaGadi delivers food to all major railway stations in India and takes care of your early breakfast, or midnight cravings too. Yes, order anytime and your meal will reach you on time. Paying is not a problem as you can pay when you get the delivery.

3) 24 Hour long journeys

Long haul journeys can be tiring if you are travelling alone, because you are sitting in one place. Don’t just rely on music and movies. Carry a book and try to communicate with locals who get on and get off the train during the span of 24 hours. Learn from them about the speciality of the place you are visiting. This info is what will help you enjoy more and dive into India’s special mood.

So, make sure you get your tickets in tatkal, order food in train via KhanaGadi and carry a novel or strike a conversation in train to make it memorable and happy.