Indian Railways: Railway gave great news to vegetarian passengers in Sawan, you will also be happy to hear

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Indian Railways Satvik Food: If you like vegetarian food and you often travel by train, then this news is for you. Now passengers will be able to get completely sattvic food while traveling in the train. Let us tell you that IRCTC, the subsidiary of Indian Railways has tied up with ISKCON’s Govinda Restaurant. Now you will be able to eat in the train by ordering food from Govinda Restaurant.

Facility will start at other stations too! Initially, this facility was given to vegetarian passengers by IRCTC from Hazrat Nizamuddin station in Delhi. Now sources related to the railways claim that such a facility has received good response during the month of Sawan. In view of this response, the Railways is considering to start the system of vegetarian food at another station as well. With the introduction of this facility in different zones of the railway, those who eat sattvik food will benefit.

Passengers doubt the purity of the food in the pantry Officials associated with the Railway Board say that many times passengers doubt the purity of the food in the pantry. This causes problems for those traveling in long journeys. Travelers who do not even eat onions and garlic, often do not get sattvik food. But now such passengers will not face any problem. Passengers who like sattvik food can eat food by ordering food from Govinda restaurant in the train. It is expected that this facility will start soon at the second station.

If you want to take advantage of this service to have sattvik food on the journey, then you can book on IRCTC e-Catering website or Food on Track app. Passengers will have to order with PNR number at least two hours before the departure of the train. After this, the sattvik food will reach your seat.

In what will be found, it was said by IRCTC that this service has been started keeping in mind the people going on religious journey. If there is a good response in the first phase, then it will be expanded. The menu includes deluxe thali, maharaja thali, veg biryani from Old Delhi, dishes made of paneer, noodles, dal makhani and many more sattvic dishes.

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