Satok food will now be available on the train, IRCTC has entered into an agreement with the Sakun Temple.

IRCTC News: Passengers will now get Satok food in the train. IRCTC has entered into an agreement with ISKCON. Travelers will be able to order food from Govinda Restaurant.
Satok food will now be available on the train, IRCTC has entered into an agreement with the Sakun Temple.
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IRCTC News: Now passengers will get Satok food in the train. In fact, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has entered into an agreement with ISKCON. Travelers will be able to order meals from Govinda’s restaurant at the Sukun Temple. In the first phase, this service has been started from Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station. This facility will be launched at other stations soon.

Trouble to the passengers

Many times people face the problem of eating pure vegetarian food while traveling. Travelers who do not eat onions and garlic have a lot of trouble eating satok. In such cases, passengers were concerned about the purity of the food they received through the pantry car or e-catering. When passengers had to cover long distances. Then there was more trouble. In such cases, IRCTC has taken this step to alleviate the worries of the passengers. Passengers will now be able to order meals from the Govinda Restaurant at the Sukun Temple.

Menu

IRCTC has launched this service for passengers boarding or traveling from Nizamuddin Railway Station. Everything from Maharaja Thali, Biryani, Dal Makhni and Noodles will be available through this service. Earlier in April, during Chitra Nooratri, the IRCTC had offered a special Satok Vrat Khil for fasting passengers on board. There was no onion or garlic in this plate. This stone was made with salt.


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