Talk:Bhelpuri

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Does anyone know how to create a disambiguation page for the word sev. If you create a link now, it will go to a band called sev.

Hi, I have created the disambig page for Sev. Feel free to add more info on this page, as well as edit Sev to include the disambig link. - User:Ashish Sampat 4 August 2006 00:10 UTC

Mumbai beaches[edit]

Judging from these mentions of Mumbai in the current article:

  • a type of chaat synonymous with the beaches of Mumbai (Bombay), such as Chowpatty.
  • Bhelpuri in Mumbai,
  • Other types of cuisines available on the beaches of Mumbai include pani puri, cham cham, Kachoori, ragda, and pav bhaji.
  • It later got merged with Mumbai culture and became synonymous with Mumbai.

...there seems to be a Mumbai beach cuisine article struggling to get out. In the bhelpuri article Mumbai probably needs just one mention. --AC 04:45, 17 October 2007 (UTC)

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Churumuri is not Bhel puri[edit]

Well, Churumuri (a popular native Mysore delicacy) - although looks like Bhel, is quite unique in taste. Refer: [1] --H P Nadig \Talk \Contributions 10:22, 27 December 2010 (UTC)

Regarding the Variants[edit]

I'm not convinced that Sev Puri etc are variants of Bhel Puri. Any thoughts on this? --Sohanmaheshwar (talk) 11:13, 28 February 2012 (UTC)