Now order ‘Sattvik certified’ vegetarian food in trains for religious places

The Sattvik Council of India said that trains on routes connecting religious places would be “satvik certified”.

New Delhi:

According to a statement by the Sattvik Council of India, IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) will promote “vegetarian-friendly travel” by getting some trains “sattvik certified”, especially those plying on routes connecting religious places. certification.

No one was available for comment from IRCTC, the catering and tourism arm of the Indian Railways.

According to a press release issued by the Sattvik Council of India, it has tied up with IRCTC to launch services that cater to the needs of vegetarians and promote vegetarians visiting holy sites.

IRCTC runs Vande Bharat Express which travels from Delhi to Katra. It will be certified as ‘sattvik’.

The Sattvik Council of India said that it will launch the ‘Satvik’ certification scheme with IRCTC on Monday. It will also jointly develop a booklet on vegetarian kitchens with IRCTC.

In the release, it said that IRCTC has an “understanding” with this and has decided to take “certification” for some trains that ply on pilgrimage destinations like the Vande Bharat Express, which travels to Katra, the last stop of Vaishno Devi. Temple. Around 18 trains are likely to repeat this formula.

“The IRCTC base kitchen, executive lounge, budget hotel, food plaza, travel and tour packages, Rail Neer Plants will be certified ‘sattvik’ to ensure ‘vegetarian friendly travel’,” the statement said.


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