Patiala is the city in India located in Punjab. Oh! you can find it on maps later😊

Let’s just start with some good FOOOODDDD!

Punjab is a state full of life and colors, so is Patiala. It is famous for its traditional Patiala Shahi turban, the Paranda, the Patiala salwar, the Punjabi Jutti and above all Patiala Peg and how about the food, of course, it needs no introduction.

Patiala is famous for its rich cuisine and meat products and is full of small restaurants and Dhaba(s). If someone wanted to try traditional food of the Patiala, then it has to be the pride of Punjabi cuisine i.e. Makki-ki-roti and Sarson-ka-Saag, with a glass of Lassi. Here are some best places to eat in Patiala:

1.Jaggi Sweets & Restaurant


Jaggi Sweets & Restaurants are manufacturers, retailers, and exporters of sweets, Namkeens or anything you named since 1949. There creative work on Sweets and various types of Badams and Kajus will surely make you buy it. Paan-Petha is a unique thing to eat there. They offer the cleanest and best quality products produced with modern technology to suit the taste and also has a restaurant offering delicious food.

  1. Yummy Waterballs of Sahni’s


Sahni bakery is the oldest and the best bakery in the town. It has three stores in Patiala. One of them is in the Tripuri market famous for its best Golgappas. It is one of its own kind, called by different names such as Pakodi, Puchka, Golgappe, water balls. Different names but its taste has some mesmerizing effect.

3.The Tandoori Chicken

Sanjeev Kapoor rocks!

yellow chili

Yes, a restaurant Yellow Chilli located in the lower mall road, near N.I.S  from Mr. Sanjeev Kapoor’s Org. has a Very wide variety of food and you can try dishes that are not usual. Excellent food, especially the tandoori chicken full of butter, a must-try dish.

4.Madrasi Dosa, Sheran Wala Gate

dosa.jpgWhat did chutney say to dosa? You BATTER be good-looking.

Yes, that’s exactly what Dosa is. The only south Indian Dhaba in Patiala at the Sheran-Wala gate, famous for its variety of Dosas. What enterprising cook was it who crafted it? If every time the full moon reminds you of the dosa in the making, whos “dark-side” steadily turned golden brown, then my dear you are a big dosa fan. Go and get it fast.

  1. Amritsari Kulcha Haveli, AC market

amritsari kulcha.jpgThe legendary dish which should not be confused with stuffed paranthas and naan. Whosoever visits the city never goes back without tasting mouthwatering kulchas. If you are looking for the best place to eat then you must go to the AC market backside, the only shop in the corner serving the best kulchas in town. They serve you hot and crispy kulchas with great stuffing. You will love the curry and their special chutney and salad. The taste of their buttery kulchas is simply unforgettable.

  1. Manu Lassi Wala, Tripuri Market

mannu lasssi.jpgThe popular and the best tasteful lassi in the city. Manu Lassi Wala serves buttermilk(lassi) of your preferences in its traditional form. The shop is located in the Tripuri main market, Guru Nanak Nagar, Patiala.  They served tastes like Khoya Badam Lassi, Pineapple Lassi, Pista Lassi and many more.

  1. The mouth-melting Jalebis, Sher-e-Punjab market


What goes round and round and is dipped in pure sweet decadence – “JALEBIS”.

The best ever Jalebis in the city, Narinder Bikaner Sweets, Sher-e-Punjab market, made of pure Desi Ghee. It is amazing to know that Jalebi is used as a cure for headaches and cold when taken along with warm milk.

  1. Enquiry de Samosa, Punjabi University.

uni.jpgSamosa is one of those snacks that everyone has loved to eat and it is a must that no one misses the chance to eat the samosa at the inquiry at Punjabi University. “Chal yaar bunk maar” is a common phrase in every class. But what after the bunk, of course, inquiry de Samosa. The topper, the backbencher, the failure all found their place here. The shop is been there for 14 years. Occasionally letting go of pizzas to save few pennies, while sometimes treating your friends with samosas across the crowded table is the best.

So, this is all about the flavors of Patiala. Bring out the foodie in you and let these delicious, mouth-watering dishes interact with your soul. Happy eating!


Films play an important role in many lives in the lives of many people. They are often responsible for shaping the mind of the masses. Any good film is a journey. Composing this list was nearly impossible. (this must be 200 entries long) these movies are the ones you should not miss at any cost. Hold some significance to the history of the film.



This title refers to the Butterfly Effect which implies it is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change may lead to large unforeseen consequences over time. The character Evan gets severe headaches that cause him to suffer blackouts. While unconscious, he is able to travel back in time and alter the past. But this causes drastic in his present life. This type of genre is known as mind fuck movies. people who love thriller and science fiction this is what you should definitely not miss.

2.. GOAL! (2005)


The GOAL! is a sports drama film, directed by Danny Cannon and starring Kuno Becker as Santigo Munez. A young man with a rough background. He has always wanted to play professional soccer but his father wants him to support the family and earn his livelihood. It is up to Santigo to choose between his talent and his need.

3.HACHIKO (2009)


HACHIKO is a British American drama film. It is based on the true story of a faithful Akita Inu, the titular Hachiko who was born in 1923 on a farm near the city of Odate, in Akita Prefecture. Japan. He was very loyal to his owner. He continued to wait for him till nine years following his death. For all the dog lovers, this movie is worth watching.

4.ENDER’S GAME (2013)

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This movie is based on the novel written in 1985 by American author Orson Scott Card on American military, a genre science fiction with action. The character Ender Wiggin, a brilliant young strategist who is recruited by the international military. He has to lead the force defending earth from a genocidal alien race bent on harming the humankind. The whole representation of a novel is interesting, very well acted.

  1. DON’T BREATH (2016)

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Don’t Breath shows a fresh path, thrill-seeking moviegoers. In this movie, after hearing that visually impaired veteran won prize money, robbers barge into his home. Soon, they realize, much to their horror, that the old man is not that helpless.



MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS is a mystery and drama film. It is directed by Kenneth Branagh based on the novel. This for the all mystery addicts out thereWhat more you desire than a victim found abroad the luxurious orient express with multiple stab wounds, thirteen likely suspects with an incomparably brilliant detective in Hercule Poirot.



THE OTTOMAN LIEUTENANT is a love story. An American nurse and Turkish officer met in world war 1. A strong and willed woman who is frustrated by ongoing injustice at home leaves the united states after meeting Jude, an American doctor who runs a remote medical mission within the Ottoman empire. It is the first movie to explore the eastern front of world war 1, a tale of love torn apart by war.





The semester ends, The only thing we miss about college is the fun moments. Oh! Actually, the moments spent in the cafeteria. And when college ends, the only thing we remember is the most precious days spent with friends and the varieties meet in the cafeteria. But how can we call college days ‘the college days’

If we were there only for studies. Well, there can be no stories made until colleges don’t have cafeterias.


They don’t know anything happening around them. Their whole life stands in playing this game BHABHI. Each player (JUARI) focuses on winning the game. Actually, we got to take lessons from them that how to gracefully and challengingly throw a card.


Well, these people are the only ones who the cafeteria uncle waits for. Ordering tea daily at the same time ‘Bhaiya chaar cup chai lana, paise agli bari mein add krlo’ or in Punjabi, it’s more like ‘ Bai! Ah chaar cup chaa leya te pehe add krli’. Slurping tea and cracking jokes seems to be their part-time job. Let’s give them the name ‘cafeteria k heerey’.


Are you single? Then every couple around you can be your inspiration, and you must be singing ‘we shall overcome someday, ho ho pura he vishvas…’. Oh! Let’s come to the point, these are the people who may not able to get a cozy environment but they make everyone cozy around them. Representing their couple goals to everyone sitting around there. And yes ‘ mele babu ne thana thaya’, tell?


Got it, right? Yes, they exist even outside Delhi. Their daily routine is to come to the cafeteria, waits so hard so to get a free table, reads a menu card, and finally, orders a plate of momos. Oh! But of-course these momos didn’t match their high standards of the plate of momos, so they get out. Phew! Such decision making, one should learn from them.


Girls-They catwalk towards the cafeteria. It seems, for them they are the supermodel and the eyes of students sitting there is a paparazzi. Walking flawless towards the counter, dreams shatters while ordering Maggi.

Boys- They walk like ‘azeem-o-shan shehenshah slaamat rahe’, reaches to the cafeteria, ordering mints with one hand in pocket, trying to be taller. No one in their competition right now, ‘ Issa fashun influenca, baby!’.


The people who know every gossip about everyone, let’s call them ‘Chalte firte newspaper ( walking newspapers)’. Nobody can be escaped from their eagle eyes, but cheers to them, they make the college time a little easy to bear.


These are the people who don’t believe in eating one thing, that too in the cafeteria. They treat their tummy like a 4-yr old stubborn kid, who mugged up for a toy. They usually caught asking ‘Ole ole Mera pyara tummy momos khaega!’ to their stomach. Every time they order food, they can never be finished with one food item. They start with combos and then another combo and then ends with the last buffet.


They spend most of their tea breaks with the other teachers from the same department roasting students and debating on the topic, ‘ why students stopped wishing ‘good morning’ to us’, which is sometimes sad but also funny.

Have you ever met any ‘type’ tell me in the comment section?

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