Dindigul · Tamilnadu

South India’s twist to the Doughnut – Gopalpatti Paal Bun

There are some things money can’t buy! This cliché couldn’t have rung truer with my experience of the ‘Paal Bun’ (Milk bun being the literal translation)in Gopalpatti, a small town in Dindigul. The Paal Bun leaves you with a rush of sensory delight as it dissolves in your mouth, at a mere Rs. 2/- per… Continue reading South India’s twist to the Doughnut – Gopalpatti Paal Bun

Dindigul · Tamilnadu

Jilebi Krishna Iyer

Legend has it that a huge rock (kal in tamil) right in the middle of town shaped like a dindu (a pillow) is probably why the town got its name -Dindu-Kal. A town of historic significance, has the iconic ‘Malai Kottai’ or the Hill Fortress. This was built by the Madurai Nayaks during 1605 AD.… Continue reading Jilebi Krishna Iyer