Faces of India – 285

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10 Responses

  1. Andapo says:

    I know… so nice tradition in Goa… its great to hear about it itself(: love those baked breads, awesome.

  2. nice post…good to know new things about different places…

  3. Keeping tradition in the midst of a tech-savvy world is a great thing

  4. Asha says:

    I loved the bread in Goa ! Especially the Poi. After reading your post, feel like going there again..

  5. Your picture reflects real tradition and emotions, Thank you for sharing.

  6. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder says:

    The bread looks different, I mean the shape. Great to know about the tidbits of Goa …. 🙂

  7. The smell of such local freshly baked bread is so enticing!

  8. Sana says:

    The bread looks totally different.Its nice to know about other cities and countries x

  9. ASKSonnie says:

    We have a similar practice in the Philippines, mostly in the rural areas. Sometimes the sellers just walk carrying a basket full of bread, or in bicycle. They move around the community before breakfast, and mid afternoon for the snack