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Vangi Bath (Kannada: ವಾಂಗಿ ಬಾತ್) is a South Indian dish originated in Karnataka, popular among the Brahmin community. Literal translation could be thought of, as fried brinjal rice. Typically found in Karnataka, spicier variety is often found in neighboring states Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. It is equally famous in Maharashtra. Specialty Indian chefs having an art of cooking vegetables often indulge in this delicacy. Mostly viewed as a dry dish, it is accompanied with Mosaru Bajji or Raitha.