Savouring many flavours

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Savouring many flavours

Talk about Nehru Circle to the students of Sri Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain College Centre for Management Studies and one can see them smiling.

As the college is situated on Palace Road, it is shadowed by many government offices.
Therefore, Nehru Circle is the greatest ‘escape’ these students can find.

Cafe Coffee Day, Baskin Robbins, Just Bake and Corner House are all located next to each other in the Circle, which has turned out to be highly advantageous for the Jainites.
Students start flocking here after college and this spot has become their favourite adda.
Baskin Robbin’s Oreo biscuit-flavoured milkshake is highly preferred by the guys. They simply cannot wait to get their hands on it.

The most famous ice-cream among the weight-conscious girls is the low-calorie orange flavoured ice cream.

The waffles, with chocolate sauce and coated with rice crispies along with a dollop of their favourite ice cream right in the middle, seems to be the most sought after.
“I just love the rum and raisin flavoured ice cream in a big waffle. As I crunch the waffle and lick the ice cream, I feel very good. Just to have this, I try to come here everytime I am free after class,” says Gunjan, a first semester BBM student.

The students also haunt Corner House for the yummy ice creams. Death By Chocolate, famously known as DBC, is an all-time favourite and tops the list at any time.
“I don’t have lunch on most of the days, our group buys a DBC each and we take at least two hours to finish it. We chat away while having it. Many a time, we hang out here from 1 pm to  5 pm,” says Vanshika.

Then there is a Cafe Coffee Day which cools and warms one’s throat while offering a quick bite to satiate the students’ hunger.
They have a wide range of cold coffee and hot coffee for the students to rejuvenate themselves after a tiring day at college.

Most of them sit here for hours together over a cup of cappuccino, cafe latte or a tropical iceberg.

Students also go to Just Bake for their chocolate and butterscotch cakes.
Rolls, puffs and samosas are the other favourites and these are sold fast.
Gangothri is famous for chaats and sweets, as most of the Jainites are North Indians and find this place closer home.

Raj Kachori, Pani Puri, Sev Puri and Gulab Jamun are some of the savouries which they don’t usually miss.  

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