Why Ladies (Girls) Are Crazier Than Male to Have Panipuri? You’ll Be Amazed With 6 Reasons


Pani Puri is one of those Indian discoveries which each era may be thankful for. It is one of the largest mood enhancers and it allows your taste buds to get alive which is a good sign. Isn’t it? In any case, somewhere a meal is our weak point!

You’re hungry, devour it, you are disenchanted, consume it, you are becoming bored, consume it. One way or the other, this spicy Nepalese dish has proved to be our lifestyles saver and so to say thanks for the sort of massive contribution in our lives, we deliver to you some signs which prove why each Indian and Nepali loves Pani Puri past the arena. Below I have listed six reasons why ladies are crazier than male to have Panipuri. Here we go:-

6 Reasons Why Ladies are crazier Than Male to Have Panipuri

  1. It’s Tasty, Highly spiced and Lovable:-

One of the major reasons to love Pani Puri is it’s tasty, highly spiced as well as at the same time it has lovable flavor. The blend of these various flavors gives it a magical twisted taste.  Girls like to have highly spiced and tasty, so they are crazier to eat Pani Puri’s. The most excellent moment is that you can state how lovable, bitter or highly spiced your pani puri should be!

girl eating pani puri
girl eating Pani Puri
  1. You get it at every nook and corner:-

Most of the point in time you don’t have to go in seek for that mysterious pani puri, as a pani puriwala will be accessible at the stop of almost every road. Plus in all probability, you may know him by his person’s name! The simple availability makes it a much-cherished foodstuff among food enthusiasts. Even, there are various significant merits of Pani Puri.  Thus, girls can save their time by visiting nearest Pani Puri seller rather than searching for the expensive restaurant.



  1. Pani Puri wala is a friend:-

You can have a share of lovely Pani Puri in every evening time from the similar street vendor who knows how much you feel affection for Pani Puri. And without calling his name he comes for you. And in outstanding track, you share a weird and wonderful bond with him which is as first-class as any of your other friends. An additional reason for feeling affectionate for Pani Puri is the pani puriwala himself. In this era, full of activity, busy world, the Panipuri wala listens to you for your choice plus he makes you those breathtakingly lovely and tasty pani puri’s as well. This is one of the signs that you feel affection for Pani Puri.


  1. We will tell you how it should be done:-

The international burger joints realized this late but we Nepalese love to put a finger on what we eat and in pretty accurate quantities. Another reason for loving Pani Puri is the power that comes with it, the power of specification. You can tell the pani puriwala exactly how sweet or sour or fiery it should be. This is one of the signs that you love Pani Puri.


  1. The pani is just irresistible:-

Thinking of Unhygienic? Don’t ever say that to a true Pani Puri lover, unless you want to get punched in the face! The pani is what differentiates Pani Puri from the rest of the chats. It is tangy, spicy and deliciously mouth-watering. We bet you don’t let go of that extra pani for no reason whatsoever. It shows you are one of the Pani Puri lovers.



  1. You can get it in Rs 10:-

Quiet possibly the best part of a pani puri is its cost. It is cheap but the returns are quite a mouthful. The Potato (aaloo) and the Onion (pyaaz) make it all the more better. Even with 10 rupees, you can buy a plate and if the pani puriwala is a friend, you probably can even keep a monthly tab! Please do pay them though, after all, they do provide you with those mouth-savory pani puri’s.

Author: Saugat Jung Thapa


Jitendra Sahayogee

I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a writer of 12 Nepali literature books, film director of Maithili film & Nepali short movies, photographer, founder of the media house, designer of some websites and writer & editor of some blogs, has expert knowledge & experiences of Nepalese society, culture, tourist places, travels, business, literature, movies, festivals, celebrations.

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