Be it any city in India, the one common visual on the streets is carts lined up, selling delicious snacks that can be whipped up on the go.

It is said that the concept of street food has come down from the Moghul era, where caravanserai or khan was prevalent. These were set up in cities along the road so that travellers could get some nutrition on their way.

Today, there is a myriad of such delicious snacks, each the pride of a certain region. While the North boasts of their chole bhature and kalari kulcha, North Eastern states pride themselves on the smoked pork, bamboo shoot fry and phagshapa, a Nepali pork dish.

Indian street food, as you will agree, is an emotion in itself!