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  • Popularly known as pani-puri or gol-gappa, this snack comprises puffed bread balls filled with tamarind paste, potato or lentils, and spices mixed in water.

    Street Food in India

  • I found it hilarious when someone had translated the hindi expression pani-ke-lia as patriotic.

    Why are South Indians so smart?

  • Said: aaba flag change ta garna lage lage aba nepal ko name pani change garera hongkong or america rakhnu ni!

    United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal

  • Elco, whose specialty is the stuffed dough ball known as pani puri, is one of several restaurants around Mumbai getting street food off the streets.

    NYT > Travel

  • I know it well, and return often, to buy vegetables from affable merchants, down a tea ka pani and delicious fat biscuits, and find solutions to some of life's problems.

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  • The beach is lined with vendors peddling fare, such as pani puri (crisp semolina balls) and chaats (fried dough, often mixed with yogurt and onions), as well as bare-bones guest houses available to rent overnight.

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  • Visitors spend their time people-watching and nibbling on street food such as pani puri, chaats and pav nhaji, all of which are sold by vendors manning snack stands that line the promenade.

    Eight Exceptional Indian Beaches

  • Remembering games such as 'pani' where a set of empty used cans are required, Apolonia said those were sporting activities that laid the foundation for her success in athletics.

    Fiji Times Online - Local News

  • 'pani', then 'bounce in the middle' and 'hide and seek' and these, she said, were games that involved a lot of running around which has made her a good athlete today.

    Fiji Times Online - Local News

  • The wind whips up the sand, and the entrance smells vaguely of sewage, but for twenty rupees you can hire a mat to sit on, and for another twenty eat a plate of delicious pani puri standing up at the Badshah puri stall.

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