Deccan Queen | Karjat Vada Pav | TShirt
Proudly wear this Deccan Queen | Karjat Vada Pav | TShirt. This t-shirt is a tribute to our favorite food memory from the Karjat railway station halt by Deccan Queen.
Eating at the city’s suburban railway stations is an art. Onboard the Deccan Queen, travelers always wait for the halt at Karjat because of vada pav, a staple teatime snack in Maharashtra, on the platform.
Karjat on the Konkan railway is famous for its vada pav because Karjat is situated midway between Mumbai and Pune and many local trains halt here on a regular basis. Vada Pav being a quick snack is easy to sell, easy to eat and easy on the pocket too. It is affordable to everyone! So since the trains stop for a short time, there was a vada pav vendor located right outside the station gate who made the freshest vada pavs and travellers seemed to love it. The popularity grew so much that you'll find a vada pav vendor ready with his mobile tray at every door of the train.
- Professionally screen printed Tshirt
- 200 gsm premium cotton fabric for the flowy feel
Type: Casual; Collar Style: Classic Collar, short sleeves
- Colour: White
- Perfect gift for a rail enthusiast or anyone interested in the history of the railways.
- Perfect as a traveler's gift for the one who is fascinated by the romance that the Indian Railways can weave around us.
- Wash dark colours separately
CELEBRATING The DECCAN QUEEN | Dakkhan Ki Rani
The Deccan Queen, the iconic train that runs between Mumbai & Pune winding its way up the scenic Khandala Ghat passing through 28 tunnels to reach Pune! A train that has been, for the last 92 years an institution for many replete with its associated memories!
A train that started its journey as a Europeans only train in 1930 with many firsts – first fully electric train, first vestibular train and first to have a pantry car! Opened to Indians in 1940, it has since been the lifeline of Pune-Mumbai-Pune travel and the “business connect” between the two cities!
Central Railway recently launched the NEW! Deccan Queen. Inspired by the history and royalty of Pune and its monuments, National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad designed the new interiors and exterior to embody the colours and symbols of Royalty, Harmony, Imperium and Solace! The design embodies an understated imperium of the queen, in a powerful yet understated form with hints of dynamic elements in a linear flow, embellished with details from our heritage.
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