This Foodie And His Yellow Plate Are Mapping The Country One Dish At A Time!

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Food.  The word alone brings an amazing contentment to the heart (and pangs to the stomach) even before you get a chance to dig in.


Sharing this sentiment, is Delhi based Computer Engineer and food blogger Himanshu Sehgal who is on sojourn journey to discover India, one food item at a time, accompanied by his faithful companion,  his humble yellow plate.


Check out his amazing Instagram account My Yellow Plate and get ready to get real hungry!

 

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INDIA GATE; Running barefoot and meeting the Bhel Puri wala. •Dhyaan Kidhar Hai, Bhel Puri Idhar Hai.• This is what it said on a small bhel puri mobile stall run by Ravinder Kumar. After my walk, I was looking for something to eat and saw this guy selling bhel puri. I ordered a full plate (Cost Rs.50) and asked him to serve me on my yellow plate. He got confused and said "Bhaiya, ye plate kis liye?" (Brother, why this plate?). To which I replied, "Aap banao, mein batata hun baad mein" (Serve me, I will tell you later). He started chopping onions, green chillies and coriander like a pro and made it ready in a minute. I took my yellow plate, clicked pictures and then showed him, to which he replied "Sir, ye to kamaal hai" (Sir, very nice picture). Ravinder is selling Bhel Puri at India Gate from last 10 years. He travels all the way from Sultanpuri to India gate everyday. He loves what he is doing and was really happy to know that someone is going to write about him. Ravinder is a champion. #MYPRecommends When in Delhi, you must visit India Gate and enjoy a plate of Bhel Puri. #MyYellowPlate #YellowPlate #theyellowplate #Indiagate #India #Indiagram #InstaIndia #IncredibleIndia #indiaclicks #indiapictures #Delhi #Newdelhi #Delhigram #Sodelhi #Dfordelhi #vscodelhi #delhifoodblog #Delhifood #Delhifoodie #delhifoodwalks #delhifoodguide #instadelhi #delhi_igers #delhdiaries #delhifoodies #delhiblog #foodtalkIndia #Indiafood #Indianfood

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WHEN IN MANALI. What's on my yellow plate? Veggie Pizza from Cafe 1947. I stumbled upon this cafe while walking through the lanes of Old Manali and decided to give it a try because of the name and their sitting by the stream. Cafe 1947 is situated next to a stream Manalsu in Old Manali. It is owned by brothers Ankit Sharma and Abhishek Sharma. They belong to Shimla but decided to open a cafe in Manali. The name of the cafe symbolizes freedom, as India got independence in 1947. They believe food and music are the gateways to the road of enlightening oneself (NO DOUBT) and they could connect to it here. As per the duo, Old Manali has its own charm and life to it which they couldn't find elsewhere. Hence they moved to Old Manali and started a cafe so they can stay connected to the vibe that they love. Kudos to this brother duo. The best bit started after the meal when they surprised us with some card magic. My mind was blown by the tricks. It was a magical evening at Cafe 1947. All I have to say is; When in Manali, do visit Cafe 1947. #MYPRecommends #MyYellowPlate #YellowPlate #TheYellowPlate #Manali #OldManali #India #Indiagram #himachalpradesh #himachalpictures #himachaldiaries #instahimachal #foodtalkIndia #cafe1947 #manalidiaries #foodmaniacindia #foodandview #FoodIndia #Indiaclicks #InstaIndia #foodphotography #foodblog #foodadventures #NorthIndia #indianblogger #IncredibleIndia #Indiaphotos #vscoIndia #Indiatravel #picoftheday

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INDIA GATE; Running barefoot and meeting the Bhel Puri wala. •Dhyaan Kidhar Hai, Bhel Puri Idhar Hai.• This is what it said on a small bhel puri mobile stall run by Ravinder Kumar. After my walk, I was looking for something to eat and saw this guy selling bhel puri. I ordered a full plate (Cost Rs.50) and asked him to serve me on my yellow plate. He got confused and said "Bhaiya, ye plate kis liye?" (Brother, why this plate?). To which I replied, "Aap banao, mein batata hun baad mein" (Serve me, I will tell you later). He started chopping onions, green chillies and coriander like a pro and made it ready in a minute. I took my yellow plate, clicked pictures and then showed him, to which he replied "Sir, ye to kamaal hai" (Sir, very nice picture). Ravinder is selling Bhel Puri at India Gate from last 10 years. He travels all the way from Sultanpuri to India gate everyday. He loves what he is doing and was really happy to know that someone is going to write about him. Ravinder is a champion. #MYPRecommends When in Delhi, you must visit India Gate and enjoy a plate of Bhel Puri. #MyYellowPlate #YellowPlate #theyellowplate #Indiagate #India #Indiagram #InstaIndia #IncredibleIndia #indiaclicks #indiapictures #Delhi #Newdelhi #Delhigram #Sodelhi #Dfordelhi #vscodelhi #delhifoodblog #Delhifood #Delhifoodie #delhifoodwalks #delhifoodguide #instadelhi #delhi_igers #delhdiaries #delhifoodies #delhiblog #foodtalkIndia #Indiafood #Indianfood

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