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A vendor carries a tray of golgappa, or panipuri, on his head and a cain chair on his arm on way to the location where he will put up his stand for the evening. Panipuri, or Pani puri, is a snack synonymous with the beaches of Mumbai. However, it is also very popular in all other parts known by many names like golgappa (plural golguppe) in North India, Foochka (Puchka) in West Bengal, Gupchup in some central parts of India like Hyderabad. Mumbai, March 2006

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Street Food of India
A vendor carries a tray of golgappa, or panipuri, on his head and a cain chair on his arm on way to the location where he will put up his stand for the evening. Panipuri, or Pani puri, is a snack synonymous with the beaches of Mumbai. However, it is also very popular in all other parts known by many names like golgappa (plural golguppe) in North India, Foochka (Puchka) in West Bengal, Gupchup in some central parts of India like Hyderabad. Mumbai, March 2006