Do you plan to travel during the Navaratri Festival by train in 2022? You might have planned your vacations ahead. But, confused and exhausted thinking of sattvic foods? During this ongoing Navratri period, get pure and sattvic food when you get by train. Indian Railways passengers and devotees will get sattvic food on the train. So stay relaxed. To order sattvic-related foods, you can call Traveler Food. Besides, passengers can also avail of this service through our mobile app. Sattvic food in train is possible now, do enjoy your train journey every bit of it.
During Navratri, Goddess Durga and her nine avatars are believed to be a significant festival for Hindus. Devotees keep a nine-day fast to aim for blessings from God. In this regard, Traveler food has been introduced
Navratri Special Foods for 9 holidays in honor of Goddess Durga. This kind of special food also refers as sattvic food, which means pure and balanced food.
Now, leave all your worries about fasting as Traveler Food is delivering Navratri Special Foods on the train to help passengers during this great festival. So, what waiting for, note down the Navaratri special menu so that you can place your order. Hurry up and we see you on the train. Meanwhile read the list of menus for this Navaratri 2022.
Navaratri special food available in Indian Trains
Here’s the list of Navratri Special Foods that you can enjoy on the train using Traveler Food 2022.
- Sabudana ki Khichdi
One of the most famous fasting meals, Sabudana ki Khichdi, is used during Navaratri. This food is a great source of protein, carbohydrates, and calcium, which gives quick energy and improves digestion.
- Sabundana Vada
Here comes the Maharashtrian cuisine Sabundana Ka Vada. This light and crispy vada is the perfect snack for people who fast. As the dish is loaded with Carb. This Navratri order this food while traveling by train. Sabudana Vada tastes great with yogurt curd and coconut chutney. So try out this item this Navaratri.
- Kuttu Ka Dosa
Kuttu ka Dosa with potato filings is a crispy and tasty alternative during Navaratri fasting. The recipe is prepared by crushing soaked Rice, Chana dal, and Urad dal to form a Dosa batter. It is the most suitable alternative to deep-fried Kuttu ki Puris or Pakoras.
- Aloo ki Kadhi
As Navratri is just around the corner, people avoid eating ginger, garlic, and onion. Aloo ki Kadhi is the ideal Navratri special food, which is made deliciously with sattvic ingredients and includes potatoes, chilies, water chestnut flour, and curd. While traveling by train, have this, as this food keeps your stomach full for a longer period.
- Makhana Kheer
Makhana, also known as Fox nut. This is one of the best for fasting. The Indian kheer when used using makhana is called by the name. This finger-licking dessert is served, especially during fasting on trains. Order your favorite sattvic food on trains using Traveler Food apps.
- Singhare ke Atte ka Samosa
If you are fasting for Navratri, then Singhare ke Atte ka Samosa is the right recipe for you to fulfill your desire for food. This recipe is rich in potassium and low in sodium, so helps to preserve your energy and check the amount of water retained in the body during fasting.
- Banana Walnut Lassi
Lassi is the ultimate thirst-quencher when you are fasting for a longer period. If you are fasting for Navratri, the tasty Banana Walnut Lassi is here as you order by Traveler Food. You can order this Navratri Special Lassi on the train via Traveler Food App. Hurry up and order today.
- Navratri Special Thali
Keeping in mind the devotee’s preference, this Navratri the Traveler Food has decided to provide you with Navratri Special Thali on the train. To get this order download the Traveler Food app and place your order today. The menu includes – Kuttu ki Pooris, Aloo Paneer ka Kofta, and Sabundana ki Khichri.
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- Cut Fruits salad
Having a big bowl of stimulating healthy and yummy fruit is so healthy and filling. Fruits are a Navratra Special recipe you can choose to have with yogurt or only fruits. Your choice. You get fruits like pineapple, banana, pomegranate, grapes, etc as per your needs. You can enjoy this nutritious and pleasant dish during your fasting in Navratra.
- Paneer Makhane
Traveler Food helps you order Paneer Makhane this Navratri. With no ginger or garlic, this cuisine is an excellent option for Navratri. It tastes satisfactory when garnished with basil leaves and hot.
When to order Navratri Special Food on the Train?
To order food for train, you can order a few days earlier or even on the same day. In 2022 the Navratri Puja will start from September 26 to October 4, as you travel, you can order your meals or individual food on the train using the Traveler Food app. We will be happy to help you with good food of your choice, we provide foods without onion, garlic, and ginger. So comfortable you can order food without any problems. You order your food as per your need with your train no, station name, and berth number.
How to order Navratri food using Traveler Food?
You can order Navratri Special Food on the train via the Traveler food app at least two hours in advance. Our app is easy to use so to be more comfortable use these steps to order.
- Download the Traveler food App on your mobile or even visit the website – http://www.travelerfood.com/
- Enter PNR details and selects your date of journey
- Add Navratri Special Food from the restaurant’s list
- Make your Payment using Net Banking, Credit Card, or Debit card.
- You may also select the Cash on Delivery option if you don’t have other options.
Contact Traveler Food customer support and don’t miss out on the food options during Navaratri. Download the Traveler Food app now and we will be delighted to order good food for your berth. Hurry up and place your order today. Or even, you can also place an order on-call at 7827998877 and place an order call to get your favourite Navaratri food of your choice.
Written By: Priyanka Mondal
She is a content writer by profession and has a keen interest in writing on various topics. Her ultimate passion is writing and doing food blogging. She is a person who loves traveling to beautiful places and trying out different cuisine. Also a big-time foodie.