Eating in restaurants will definitely combat your ever craving gastronomic desires, but peace of mind and your tingling tongue could only be satisfied with a drooling Indian Street Food experience. If only you eat it from a hygienic location, these street foods are not only very budget friendly and keeps you filled for long hours, but also give you an authentic taste of real local Indian food. Having street food with your loved ones in India is also thought to enhance the relationship bond! Here are some of the most famous Indian Street foods that ought not to be missed:
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1. Gol Gappe

When it comes to street food, nobody can miss out the Gol Gappe (or Batasha, Pani Puri, Pakodi, Gup Chup, Phulki, Puchka – as called in different regions). These balls of wonder are a hollow and a crispy puffed bread that is served with a peculiar stuffing that typically consists of smashed potato and chickpea, mint and jaljeera water and tamarind sauce. ‘The variation of stuffing is the identity of the place’.

2. Chaats

Dahi Bhalla, Aloo Tikki Chaat, Papdi Chaat and Raj Kachori are some of the most delicious dishes of North India, which are rejoiced India-wide. These dishes are topped with sweet beaten curd, mint and tamarind chutneys and Indian spices like chaat masalas, which triggers every center of your taste buds.

3. Chole Bathure or Kulche

An authentic Punjabi dish that consists of fried breads called Bathura and is served with spicy chick pea preparation (chana masala). The Bathure is often replaced with flatbreads called Kulche in North India.

4. Kathi Rolls

Originated in Bengal, this street food is a pick of every busy person! They are essential paranthas (or flat breads) that are rolled with stuffing like kebabs or tikkas.

5. Pav Bhaji

If you go to Mumbai, there would be hardly any person who hasn’t tasted this rich and spicy recipe. The Bhaji is typically made with potatoes, onions, tomatoes and other veggies and the Pav is a butter fried soft bread roll. To taste authentic Pav Bhaji, the Bhaji must be topped with chunks of butter!

6. Samosa and Jalebi

A must pick for an evening tea celebration! These samosas can be compared to puffs that are most lovingly stuffed with spiced potato mash and are best relished with mint chutneys. Complimenting this with syrup soaked sweet jalebis and condensed milk rabris, makes your evenings, even better, especially on a rainy day!

Every day we are being knowingly or unknowingly being exposed to hundreds and thousands of matters that we should never intake – be it pollution, unhealthy diet or the swaying microbes and allergens in the atmosphere. Perhaps it will take too long to completely eradicate pollution or the harmful effect of microbes, but what we can certainly do, is to take certain antidotes every day and procrastinate unhealthy eating habits to help remove harmful body toxins.
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1. Cleansing the system

If you often feel fatigued, experience bloating, menstrual problems or mental confusion, have puffy and baggy eyes, and have unexplained and frequent low grade infections, allergies and dark circles, it’s possibly the right time to get your body cleansed. Cleansing or essentially detoxification is a program that rejuvenates all your vital organs and cleanses the impurities in your bloodstream. An effective detox program must include: a well monitored fasting regime, liver stimulation and toxin removal, improving blood circulation and feeding the body with healthy nutrients.

2. Detoxification diet

Once all your organs have worked together to detox your body, it’s time to feed your body with healthy nutrients. While juicing and smoothie recipes are popular detox diets, choosing the right ingredients is a prerequisite. Your recipes should be loaded with stuffs like beet, cabbage, broccoli, dandelion roots, Vitamin C, artichokes and processed algae like chlorella, seaweed and Spirulina. Drinking at least six glasses of water and two cups of green tea every day speeds up the detox process.

3. Sweating it out

Stress is one of the prime reasons of release of the toxins in your body. Such toxins can be effectively removed from our body by doing light exercises. Thirty minutes’ walk every day and breathing fresh oxygen, shakes off the excessive toxin load day by day. Yoga and Meditation are powerful exercise regimes that help in combatting stress and all associated ailments.