Indian Railways Converts Old Train Coach Into Restaurant At Jabalpur Station:

Indian Railways is going all creative to develop an additional source of revenue. To this end, the organisation is now opened inside an old and furbished rail coach near platform no. 6 of Jabalpur station in Madhya Pradesh.


Ponduru Cotton Sarees from Vishakhapatnam:

The uniqueness of Ponduru sarees lies in the texture of the handspun and handwoven fabric made from indigenous cotton where temple border is finely patterned on these sarees, making them exclusive and exceptional. These sarees are named from the place of its origin, Ponduru- a town north of Vishakhapatnam.

Soan papdi:

Soan papdi is a traditional Indian sweet with a light, airy, and a flaky melt-in-the-mouth texture that is a perfect addition for any festival from Diwali, Holi, Raksha Bandhan, Christmas, and to special occasions like weddings, birthdays, and anniversaries. It is available in almost every sweet shop in India.


Sakinalu Recipe is a traditional snack in Telangana. It is a very popular snack prepared with homemade rice flour and sesame seeds during Makara Sankranti festival.

Rengali Water Reservoir in Odisha:

Rengali Reservoir is a one such popular sightseeing destination that can be found in almost every traveller’s bucket list of places to visit while in the state. Built across the river Brahmani, this beautiful reservoir is situated some 64 km Deoghar district of Odisha.

16 Magaja Ladoo (Odisa Cuisine):

Magaja Ladoo, a delicious, traditional sweet prepared at Jagannatha Temple, Puri, Odisha. Among 56 foods, (Mahaprasada) such as Chipa Kakara, Khaja, Karangi, Biri Tadia, Malapua, Khua Manda etc Magaja ladooo is also offered to Lord Jagannatha in Puri, Orissa. It is a divine sweet you may say which is loaded with calories and the goodness of wheat (atta).

Hand-block Printing Factory in Bagru, Rajasthan:

Bagru is a small township in the district of Jaipur, Rajasthan. It is famous for its ‘signature’ in the field of block printing and natural dyes. The livelihood of the majority is artisanship. The unique and splendid efforts of artisans of using these wooden blocks in their own peculiar way and uses indigenous methods of printing are known as “Bagru printing.”