Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and devotees worldwide observe this month as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community. While Ramadan is filled with positivity and connection with God, the month also brings the best of delicacies to quench the taste buds. So in this special episode of HerZindagi we went to the Jama Masjid Road to find mouthwatering Ramadan Delicacies in Old Delhi.
Famous for its lip-smacking Mughlai food, the Jama Masjid Road has a fabulous vibe to it throughout the special month of Ramzan. In this episode of 'Mere Sheher ka Jalwa,' our host and host Chinmay Mukhi brings to you the sweet delicacies of Jama Masjid - Shahi Tukda, Mohabbat ka Sharbat, mango ice cream, and Sheermal. Experience the taste of Jama Masjid road.
Also known as Double ka meetha is a bread pudding Indian sweet. It was introduced to the Indian Subcontinent by First Mughal emperor Babur.
Shirmal is a mildly sweet naan made out of maida, leavened with yeast, baked in a tandoor or oven. The saffron-flavored traditional flatbread trails its origin from Greater Iran.
What's better in summer than the Fruit King Mango? Bonus? Well Mango ice cream. You will find homemade, preservative and coloring free mango ice-cream to satisfy your cool sweet cravings.
The drink of Love for Love with Love. Mohabbat ka Sharbat with Cardamom is a delicious summer drink made with Rooh Afza, watermelon, milk, and ice cubes and popular in Delhi. Perfect for Food lovers or your special date.