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Thekkady - God is the most beautiful, and beauty is the expression of God.

  Thekkady Thekkady a perfect destination for all type of travelers in south India. If you are a nature lover and are looking for a place to cool yourself off of the hustle and bustle of day to day life, Thekkady would be a great choice for you.  Look forward to days of relaxation, gorgeous views, spice plantations, and a lot of thrill and adventure to your Kerala trip with Thekkady on your travel route. With its breathtaking beauty, cozy climate, and diverse wildlife, greenery, beautiful land the place would calm your mind and purify your being. The evergreen and semi-evergreen forest which is bordered by the Western Ghats offers so many places to visit in Thekkady with varied terrain and diverse vegetation. The soothing effect that these places can bring is unparalleled. Hence it is considered one of the best tourist locations in Kerala.  Information About Thekkady Thekkady is also called Periyar and sometimes known as Kumily too. Kumily is the place where we normally stay and Thekka

Foodie Travel to North India

Foodie Travel with RV

Indian food is different from rest of the world not only in amazing taste but also in cooking methods. Bright, colorful, and diverse, there’s no doubt about it, India is a captivating country – and it also happens to boast some of the best culinary experiences in the world. There’s no such thing as typical Indian food. In fact, each region has its own distinct recipes and specialties, every Indian state is rich in taste and varieties of flavored & aroma, making Indian cuisine a smorgasbord of sensational dishes and a true feast for the senses. Travelling through the capital of Delhi to symbol of love Agra, The pink city of Jaipur, the blue city of Jodhpur, majestic Udaipur, the golden city of Jaisalmer and the holy city Varanasi, Get a real taste of some of North India's most famous culinary traditions, from Mughlai to Rajasthani, as you explore the vibrant street food scenes. With an irresistible montage of finger-licking delicacies, the nooks and crannies of North India are laden with an amazing array of eye-opening and adventurous cuisine crawls. I am a food lover also have a good experience of cooking as well as cooking classes. Lets travel to North India and select the best street food & enjoy the trip, make it tasty. 

Delhi - Delicious Paratha | Chole Bhature | Raj Kachori | Dahi Bhalla | Gol Gappe 
Delhi is famous for many things, but its food scene is high up on the list. Often referred to as the ‘food capital of India. it’s busy, it’s loud – but it’s also fascinating. With beautiful world heritage sites, temples, grand colonial buildings, bustling markets, modern architecture. In Old Delhi, you’ll find Islamic motifs and structures from the Mughal era, as well as a labyrinth of streets and bazaars. Head to the famous Chandni Chowk market and its narrow streets with each lane devoted to something different; it’s a great way to immerse yourself into Old Delhi life. Take a cycle rickshaw ride explore Old Delhi market and taste the Old Delhi foods some famous shops & restaurants are:
  • Parathe Wali Gali 
  • Balli Maran
  • Lotan Kulche
  • Jalebi Wala
  • Aslam Chicken
  • Shiv Misthan 
  • Meghraj
  • Al Jawahar 
  • Kanwarjis
  • Kuremal Kulfi
  • Natraj Dahi Bhalla

New Delhi is home to India’s best and eclectic street food, so you might as well dig in. New Delhi is totally different from Old Delhi in taste. In every street's corner you’ll find a selection of finger-licking street food: chole bhature, golgappe, aloo chaat, papadi chaat, ram ladoo, dahi bhalla and the list goes on. In addition, there are scores of award-winning restaurants and walled cafes serving everything from Indian to international cuisine – rest assured you’ll be spoiled in terms of choice. Not to mention, the city’s melting pot of cultures is the key to its delicious and varied cuisine. New Delhi you can go for Sona Sweets & Restaurant, its best restuarnt in south Delhi located in Nehru Place. You can get best snacks here. Its very popular restaurant in that area. 

Agra - World Famous Petha | Savoury Salty Dalmoth | Hunting Breakfast - Bedhai & Jalebi 
Next day reached Agra. From Delhi to Agra 205 km / 04 Hrs. drive. Agra is not only famous for Taj Mahal but it also very famous for Agra food trail.  

Agra ka Petha: Agra is famous for its Petha. Its a sweet made from white pumpkin or ash gourd and is infused with different flavors.This delicious sweet is found in many different varieties, shapes as well as colors. The two popular varieties of Petha are - the dry Petha & hard Petha. The Petha is available in many variants like plain (white), Kesar (saffron), Angoori Petha and Paan Petha. Petha is believed to have medicinal traits and is considered beneficial for blood pressure, hydration, brain growth, and many more. The best place to buy Petha in Agra 
  • Panchhi Petha in Sadar Bazar, Dholpur House & Hari Parvat.

Dalmoth: Dalmoth is a mixture of nuts, spices, dry fruits, lentils and oil. It is a traditional Namkeen crispy, spicy, and a little bit greasy. The best Dalmoth can be found in Panchhi Petha store & Bhimsain Baij Nath at Hari Parvat. This tastes best with a cup of tea & coffee when you wish to munch something crunchy. 

Morning best Breakfast in Agra Bedhai & Jalebi: Bedhai is a typical breakfast, usually served at every street stalls & shops in Agra. This is a sweet and spicy combination which consists of two parts: spicy bedhai and sweet Jalebi. Bedai is a fried, puffy bread, which resembles Kachori and is served with a bowl of spicy sabzi dotted with hunks of potato and a dollop of curd/chutney. The jalebi is a luscious dessert which is made out of fermented batter which is fried and then soaked in hot sugary syrup. This is a balanced breakfast and can be found in every corner of the city. The Famous point where one can find delicious Bedhai and Jalebi are
  • Deviram Sweets (Pratappura Agra)
  • Bhagat Halwai (M.G Road)
  • Satto Lala Kachori Wala (Near Kothi Meena Bazar)

After finish travel to Agra we move to Jaipur Via Fatehpur Sikri. After sightseeing of Agra peoples  feels like tired & energy less also you need to travel next destination which is 250 km / 05 hours drive to reach Jaipur. Once you exit Agra after 15 km from Agra towards Jaipur Highway you notice a town named "Midhakur" This town between Agra & Fatehpur Sikri at  National Highway No - 11. Here you can take a stop and take a energy drink which is very popular in that area. The town name Midhakur having a shop which provides you Sweet Lassi & Masala Tea. Lets know the specialty of that shop and drink. 

Important Note: I was born in Midhakur. This place is my hometown & my family run this shop. This shop is 80 years old and very popular on that highway so you can take a stop here & make your travel energetic 

Famous shop in Midhakur town "Shri Kanhaiya" which is famous for Sweet Lassi & Masal Tea. If you are travelling during summer time from March to September then here you will find Sweet Lassi. Know the method of Sweet Lassi. 

Sweet Lassi: Basically its a yogurt-based drink originating from north west. it is usually served after heavy meal or perhaps during hot summer to lower the body heat. basically a traditional chilled beverage drink which is prepared from thick curd. in other words, a yogurt based smoothie with assortment of flavorings from cardamom and saffron. most commonly, it is also topped with ‘malai’ to make it creamy and thick.

Masala Tea: Its favorite drink of this shop, while you are travelling during winter from October - March month then take a stop "Shri Kanhaiya" shop in Midhakur where you can heat your body b special Masala Tea. 

Next travel destination pink city Jaipur 

Jaipur - Famous for Kachori | Lal Mass | Rajasthani cuisine Daal Bati Churma & Dessert Rabari
Jaipur. it’s capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is teeming with traditional life, from sparkling palaces to bustling bazaars, and the Amber Fort and the Palace are absolute must-visits. I’d recommend visiting the Amber Fort in the morning before it gets too busy and hot. Built in 1592, it’s a spectacular sight – venture along walkways once roamed by concubines towards the courtyard at the summit for incredible views of the lake below. There’s also Jantar Mantar, Jaipur’s observatory and a World Heritage Site that’s devoted to the sundials invented by Maharaja Jai Singh II in the 18th century. However, as well as architectural structure, Jaipur is also known for artisan crafts and textiles – and a late afternoon/early evening walking tour is just the thing to spot artisans at work. 
it’s also a great chance to haggle for souvenirs and pick up a bargain. With appetites suitably worked up, you’re in for a treat here. Must-eats in Jaipur include rabri, a creamy dessert dish made by boiling milk for a really long time so it gets super thick before adding sugar and nuts – it’s a legacy of Jaipur cuisine! Also try kachori, a delicious snack of flaky fried dumpling that’s stuffed with a flavourful dhal mixture that gives a taste explosion once you bite into it. The super brave can also try laal maas – an incredibly fiery lamb curry and the ultimate flagship dish of the Rajasthani cuisine, Daal Bati Churma. 

Laal Maas

Next travel destination Jodhpur

Jodhpur: Traditional Thali Food
The Blue City of Jodhpur, its brightest and most colourful. Visit Mehrangarh Fort is absolutely magnificent, built in the 15th century, it towers over Jodphur and offers unbeatable views across the bright blue city below. When it comes to food, there’s plenty here to tickle your tastebuds. Make sure you try Rajasthani thali, a tapas-style silver platter with lots of different dishes such as dal bati churma, alu gobi, and paneer butter masala, all surrounded by and enriched with a number of different curries. It’s served with lots of breads such as naan, chapati, Paratha and roti, as well as rice; Gypsy restaurant who serveultimate thali. The traditional way to eat it for a truly authentic experience.

Next travel destination city of lakes Udaipur

Udaipur: Unlimted Rajasthani Food Trail
Udaipur is one of the most culturally celebrated cities in India. Known as the “Venice of the East”  also known as White City as well as City of Lakes,  it is famous for its historic City Palace and picturesque lakes. Udaipur is very famous for destination Royal weddings in India. Its very romantic destination. Udaipur has its own list of famous food and places to eat. The street food is as famous as the city itself, and so, here's a list of food suggestions - the most famous food in Udaipur and the restaurants and eateries that serve it best.

Sukhadia Circle:One of the most famous localities for street food, the Sukhadia Circle is an area which is loved by both the locals and the tourists. A number of stalls are housed in this area, serving a range of food - from typical snacks such as pav bhaji and chaat to full-fledged meals. One among the many treats on offer is an Indian version of the now ubiquitous pizza. A thick base covered with vegetables, it contains Indian herbs and spices lending it an interesting twist. There are quite a few different options to choose from. The Sukhadia circle is usually very busy during the weekends.

Natraj Dining: From Gatte ki sabzi to Laal maas, from Daal baati churma to Paranthas, the Rajasthani thali is the quintessential Indian thali and so, there’s no way anybody can miss it when in Udaipur. Tasty food available every corner of Udaipur.Natraj Dining offers the tastiest delicacies of the Rajasthani thali. Other famous food stall are:
  • Shiv Shakti Chaat (Famous for Dahi Kachori)
  • Apani Dhani (Rajasthani Thali)
  • Vinod Coffee House (Kulhad Coffee)
  • Egg Curry Stand (Egg Bhurji)
  • Poornima Vada Pav (Vada Pav)

Next travel destination Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer: Mouth Watering Paratha & Ghotua
Jaisalmer is a royal destination and for centuries it is known for it's rich and yummy food culture, we are fortunate today that this rich food culture is preserved in the form of small food joints by some thoughtful people for generations. 

Sunrise Paratha House: A famous & tasty Paratha stall in Jaisalmer, which is run by a family named "Sunrise Paratha House" flavour their fillings with a creative and wonderfully flavourful selection of spices before stuffing them in flatbreads which are fried up in oil and served with a range of delicious chutneys. Lot of rush at this stall & full of Paratha aroma. You just try the Partaha.

Sweets: Ghotua Ladoo of Dhanraj Ranmal Bhatia: Very popular shop for sweet ghotua, a super-sweet that’s made with gram flour and condensed milk and flavoured with saffron or cardamon – heavenly is a suitable word to describe it.

Final travel destination Varanasi

Varanasi: Glimpses of Food
Varanasi one of the oldest living cities in the world. Varanasi name influenced by combination of two river's of Kashi "Varuna & Assi" both rivers merge with Holy Ganges Varanasi. Benaras is older than history, older then the great tradition, older even than the legend. Benaras the land sign of purity, Devotion of God, Knowledge, Culture, Philosophy & Hindu mythology. Hindu believe that one who is graced to die on the land of Varanasi would attain salvation and freedom from the cycle of birth & re-birth. Reality of Holy Ganges to have the power to wash away the sins of mortals. 

Food Trails to Varanasi
Varanasi city also famous for food lovers, who like to eat well. Varanasi street food extremely famous visiting pilgrimage and local folks. Famous legends of Varanasi. 

1. Pappu Tea Stall (Near Assi Ghat): You will shocked when you hear liquor tea, a typical Varanasi style Tea, local folks like a lot. He also served lemon tea, black tea, masala tea and many more.  

2. Pahalwan Lassi Bhandar: Lassi known in other word (Yogurt Shake) There are many shops in Varanasi but there are few shops are very popular for Lassi like Pahalwan Lassi, Blue Lassi & Bana Lassi. They served different flavored of Lassi like fruit, rose, kesar, mango any many more varieties. 

3. Kashi Chhat Bhandar: Best in Varanasi for Chaat. He served varieties of Chaat like Tomato Chaat, Spinach Chaat, Potato Chaat, Fruit Chaat & also serves Kulfi Faluda a type of ice-cream. Lot of crowed you can see here. 

4. Kachori & Samosa Lane (Near Dashashwamedh Ghat): Entire lane is popular for Kachori & Samosa all the shops are popular & the taste is almost same of every shop food. If you are crazy for spice food, this might be your favorite tasting. Kachori & Samosa both filled with spiced peas of potato and pulses. Very cheap price & tasty snack only INR 10 a plate of Kachori / Samosa. 

5. Deena Chaat Bhandar (Located in Gol Ganj):  Also popular for Indian snacks like Gol Gappe, papadi Chaat, Aloo Tikki and different variety chaat available here. 

6. Baba Thandai (Godowlia Road): Varanasi local people is very fond of Thandai. Baba Thandai is popular name in Varanasi. He offered a glass of Thandai approx INR 50. Thandai is an Indian drink prepared with a mixture of rose petals, almonds, fennel seeds, watermelon kernels, saffron, sugar & milk. This drink native to India and is often associated with the festival Maha Shivratri & Holi. 

7. Rajendra Chaurasia Paan (Located near Chowk Thana Godowlia Road): Known for best Paan in Varanasi. Paan is a Hindi for betel leaves laced with areca nut and pickling lime. Varanasi has unknown tradition of Paan being served and prepared in each and every corner of street. There is no street in Varanasi where you could not find Paan. These Paan serving and offering have great traditions from ancient times. 

8. Varanasi Sweets (Located in Gopal Mandir Gali): Very popular for Indian dessert fantastic sweets delights of Varanasi. 

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  3. Thank you for telling so many good places. North India is a beautiful place but there are many Beautiful places to visit in all over India

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  7. Wow, this is really incredible! I am a fellow foodie and love experiencing other cultures this way. I've never had authentic India food like this but it looks like an absolutely incredible experience! Thank you for your beautiful words and insight.

  8. Dear Jenna Thank you very much for your message. While you go to visit North India & try to visit the specialty shops.

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