After eating the laddus don't miss savouring crispy kachoris with tangy chutney in Bahadura Sweets. It is yummy!
Gwalior like other cities in Madhya Pradesh is a gourmet paradise. Whether it is Suleiman chai with Kebab buns in Bhopal or Dahi Vada and Ghamandi Lassi in Indore, Bhang laced Thandai in Ujjain, Kachoris in Rau near Indore, Jalebis in Jabalpur you love travelling in Madhya Pradesh if you love local cuisine.
Next time when you visit Gwalior and finish visiting the magnificent fort, dont forget to have a feast at these sweet shops. Forget dieting while in Gwalior!
If you are a gourmet like us, don't miss reading the following posts in this blog.
Back of the blog - A Checklist for Gourmets on travel in India
Food Streets of Indore
In search of Suleimani chai in Bhopal
Momos in Mirik!
Food Safari in India
Shravan - The month in Hindu calendar in which many festivals occur. Generally in the month of Augsust.
Teej Festival - A Hindu festival. It is observed by women for wellness of their husband.
Raksha Bandhan - A Hindu festival. It is observed by women for wellness of their brothers.
Laddu - A ball-shaped sweet made of flour and sugar with other ingredients that vary by recipe.
Kachori - A spicy and fried snack popular in North India and pakistan. Eaten with or without chutney
Chai - Indian tea
Dahi Vada - Lentil Fritters dipped in Yogurt & smeared with spices
Lassi - Sweet Yogurt, Indian style!
Bhang - A preparation from the leaves and flowers (buds) of the female cannabis plant, consumed as a beverage in the Indian Subcontinent.
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