Rahul Dravid, the head coach of the Indian cricket team and a former captain, was spotted at Chappan Dukan Indore on Sunday eating Indori special with fellow coaches Vikram Rathore and Paras Mhambrey. Prior to the third Test match against Australia, which will be played in Indore starting on March 1, Dravid travelled to Indore on Saturday with the Indian cricket team. At Chappan, a throng of admirers flocked to see him and take selfies with him.
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Rahul Dravid, who set numerous records in the game of cricket, has a long history with Indore. Rahul was born and raised in Indore. He definitely has a special connection to his home city in Madhya Pradesh. The former cricketer frequently travels to Indore to see his brother, who still resides there. Dravid like Indore’s street cuisine a lot. So of course, if he was in Indore, visiting Chappan Dukan was a must.
Chappan Dukan is a long street filled with food in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. A trail of food hubs serving delectable street foods, Chappan Dukan is exceptionally famous for all the right reasons.
From Spiced Idlis, Kachoris, Hot Dogs, and Dabelis to desserts and drinks, Chappan Dukan is a treat everyone needs to savour! While we wonder what exactly he had in that food trail, we are sure he, along with his team, had an amazing time with the yummiest street food of Indore.
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Australia’s Border-Gavaskar Trophy team, captained by Steven Smith, arrived in Indore ahead of the third Test match.
In their four-match series against India, Australia is behind 0-2 games to none. The third and final Test between the two sides will take place at Indore’s Holkar Stadium. When the Australian team arrived in Indore, the crowd greeted them with a loud cheer.
All those who visit Indore must check out Chappan Dukan once. Of course, once they do, there will be no going back!
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