This Guy Travels With A Yellow Plate And The Internet Is Going Bonkers Over It

The name of the guy with the yellow plate is Himashu Sehgal. Sehgal travels with his yellow plate around India, eats the place’s best cuisine in that plate and then uploads the pictures of those on his Instagram handle – My Yellow Plate.

His photos not only inspire people to travel but also make their mouths water!

After Himanshu left his job in 2015, he started working as an independent worker, earning and travelling side by side. One day, Sehgal found this yellow plate in his kitchen and he did some food photography with it. That is when an idea clicked in his mind that he could use this plate on all his future expeditions.

WHEN IN DELHI. What's on my yellow plate? Aloo chaat from a local cart seller in mehrauli. Yesterday evening was spent eating Aloo chaat and exploring mehrauli archeological park. The park is spread over 200 acre in Mehrauli, Delhi adjacent to Qutub Minar world heritage site. It consists of over 100 historically significant monuments. In the park, most impressive are the time-ravaged tombs of Balban and Quli Khan, his son and the Jamali Kamali mosque. This lesser known view of Qutub Minar comes from Quli Khan Tomb. The Tomb was constructed for Muhammad Quli Khan in early 17th century. The tomb was converted by Thomas Theophilus Metcalf into weekend retreat and was called as Dilkhusha (meaning delight of heart). Thanks to @delhiexplorer for guiding me to this place. Help me collect more stories from all over INDIA. Fund my Crowdfunding campaign on wishberry and be a part of the adventure. Link in BIO! #myyellowplate #yellowplate #delhi #southdelhi #delhigram #delhidiaries #delhiexplorer #dfordelhi #sodelhi #delhiwale #instadelhi #newdelhi #mehrauli #olddelhi #delhifood #delhifoodwalks #delhifoodie #delhifoodies #delhifoodguide #delhifoodblog #delhifoodblogger #saadidilli #foodtalkIndia #foodmaniacIndia #incredibleindia #indiaclicks #Indiapictures #indiaphotoproject #indiaphotos #india_gram

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When Himanshu’s mom served him Rajma Chawal in this yellow plate, he took a photograph of it and uploaded on his personal Instagram profile. The picture was appreciated by some family members and friends which gave him a kick to do eat in it even more.

The yellow plate is now an essential to his interesting food and travel blog.

Wherever Himanshu Sehgal travelled to, he uploaded the picture of the food on this yellow plate on social media, grabbing the attention of thousands of people.

Although his expeditions first began in various Indian countries, he has also taken his yellow plate abroad. Sehgal’s Instagram posts speak volumes.

WHEN IN VRINDAVAN. What's on my yellow plate? Chole Bhature from canteen at Prem Mandir, Vrindavan. Prem Mandir is a Hindu temple in Vrindavan, Mathura. It is maintained by Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, an international non profit, educational, spiritual, charitable trust. The temple is spread across on 54 Acres site on the outskirts of Vrindavan and is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Lord Rama. It took 1000 artists and 12 years to build the temple. Apparently, it is the most beautiful temple in the Brij area and famous among people for its architectural beauty. The colorful lighting of the temple further glorifies its spectacular look, especially during the night. The best part about the temple is the Cafeteria. It is situated within the premises of the temple and serves all vegetarian food. Here are your options; Dosa, Chole Bhature, Pav Bhaji, Chowmein, Aloo Patty, Chole Kulche, Badam Milk and desserts. I treated myself with Chole Bhature and Chowmein. I loved the Chole which were not spicy and a bit sour served with less oily Bhature. Chowmein crossed all expectations which lead to two rounds of it. P. S VRINDAVAN gaye or Prem Mandir nahi gaye…to kahi nahi gaye. Comment "😍" if you love Vrindavan. #MyYellowPlate #vrindavan #mathura #uttarpradesh #India #incredibleindia #Indiagram #Indianfood #indiantemple #indiancuisine #indiaphotos #indiaclicks #indiaphotoproject #foodtalkIndia #indiafood #Indiapictures #oyemyclick #indialove #travelindia #indiatravelgram #sodelhi #delhigramer #delhigram #picoftheday #bestoftheday #Instapic #instagood #delhifoodblogger #delhiblog #vscoIndia

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WHEN IN SABAH (MALAYASIA). . What's on my yellow plate? Naig Totidong (Red Hill Rice), Pinarasakan Sada Takob Akob (Simmered Fish in local Herbs) and Sweet Potato (Shakarkandi) from Puteri Nabalu Restaurant in Sabah, Malaysia. . Puteri Nabalu is a famous stopover for locals to enjoy traditional Sabah cuisine; Hinava Sada (Pickled Fish), Sup Manuk om Soko (Chicken and Bamboo Shoot Soup), Naig Totidong and Pinarasakan Fish. . Apart from serving good food, the place also offers a beautiful view of Mount Kinabalu (in the backdrop). Standing majestically at 4,095m (13,435 feet above sea level), Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea. It is protected as Kinabalu Park, a World Heritage Site. One can climb to the top of Low's Peak of the Mount Kinabalu (4,095.2m or 13,435.7ft above sea level). The average climber can take two days to climb up and down Mount Kinabalu. . P.S When in Sabah, local food is a must eat and Mount Kinabalu is a must see. . What would you pick to eat from my yellow plate? Simmered Fish or Red Hill Rice? 😃 #myyellowplate #sabah #malaysiatrulyasia #malaysia #sabahcuisine #sabahfood #sabahtourism #malaysianig #malaysianfood #malaysian #malaysiatrip #asianfood #asia #travelasia #asiatravel #foodgram #foodielife #foodblogger #foodblog #travelblog #vscofood #beautifuldestinations #beautifulcuisines #vscotravel #ngtdailyshot #cntgiveitashot #whpinthekitchen #instafood #foodphotography #foodphotos

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Samyak Sheth
Samyak Sheth

A traveller and journalist who views the world wearing multi-coloured goggles. He believes that life is to live not to survive.

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