If you take pleasure in munching throughout practice journeys, then we’re positive you like these meals served within the categorical trains. Railway-style hen curry, railway cutlet and extra – every of those dishes has one thing very distinctive concerning the flavours and aroma, making us fall for it again and again. However, this usually will get problematic for folks indulging in Jain meals or Sattvik bhojan (with out onion and garlic). They both carry sufficient meals from residence or find yourself consuming nearly nothing. To make journey straightforward for such folks, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has taken an initiative to serve Sattvik Bhojan in trains. Reportedly, IRCTC has joined palms with Govinda’s Restaurant at Delhi’s International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) temple to supply pure veg meals to the passengers on-board.

According to a not too long ago launched assertion, IRCTC acknowledged that passengers can now cease worrying about getting sattvik meals whereas travelling. Instead, they’ll instantly order it from Govinda’s Restaurant by IRCTC’s e-catering service. IRCTC has begun this service for folks boarding trains from or travelling by way of Delhi’s Nizamuddin Railway Station. From Maharaja thali and biryanis to dim sums and noodles, you’re going to get all of it by this service.

Earlier throughout Chaitra Navratri in April 2022, IRCTC provided particular sattvik vrat thali for the passengers observing vrat on-board. This particular thali included no garlic, on onion and was ready with sendha namak. Click here to know what all of the thali included.

Last yr, IRCTC additionally collaborated with Sattvik Council of India to supply licensed veg meals in trains to spiritual websites in India. Click here to know extra.

About Somdatta SahaExplorer- that is what Somdatta likes to name herself. Be it when it comes to meals, folks or locations, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A easy aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and film could make her day.

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