For those who have used long distance passenger trains in India, this post will bring sweet memories….
Paddy fields in Andhra Pradesh
Traveler at Mantralayam Road Station
Raja came from a small village situated near Mantralayam road. His father used to be a snack vendor at the railway station and had always liked Raja to follow him in his footsteps. Every day, the family used to be busy making the breakfast idlis and vadas and the chutney and sambhar that used to go as one pack. Initially in the late 70’s, Raghu, Raja’s father had decided to venture into this field after he could no longer work at the paddy fields. Raja’s mother Savitha and his aunt Seetha helped with the kitchen work to make the dough overnight and prepare steaming idlis by 7:00 AM, just in time for the express trains that would halt at mantralayam. This used to be a daily affair till Raja decided he would exhibit his sales skills at the nearby and…
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11 thoughts on “The King of Breakfast times”
Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂 . The very recent post of your’s about train journeys reminded me some fond memories of mine and will go through more of your work in sometime 🙂
Thank you Tiru
Great post as well as images
Thank you Sudershana
Hopefully you had a nice Christmas. Wishing you a healthy and a prosperous 2017 and many moments of happiness
Wishing you too a very healthy and prosperous New Year, Jackie.
Excellent write-up! Thanks for sharing
Thank you Anita.
You’re welcome Sunith! Like you,I love to read and I know before you click on ‘like ‘ you take the pain of reading the whole poem/prose.
I do the same. I am avid of learning,of discovering.
I am currently working on a new collection of poems.
Please check out my poetry book
I will definitely check the poems, Anita!
Thank you Sunith! Have a wonderful thursday!