Momo Land

India Today - - SIMPLY GUJARATI - By De­vika Chaturvedi by Ekta Al­reja

For soft, de­li­cious and af­ford­ably priced steamed dumplings served hot from a kiosk- on- wheels, visit this pop­u­lar Mo­mo­man kiosk at IIM Road. This pilot pro­ject was launched re­cently in Ahmed­abad and has been suc­cess­ful in gath­er­ing huge crowds. The ‘ trol­leykiosk’ as it is known, is claimed to be one of the first momo out­lets in the city in the model of a food cart.


The kiosk, which dishes out de­li­cious steamed mo­mos doused in spicy- red sauce, is a quick stop- by for any­one who wants to savour this ex­otic Ti­betan snack on the street. But the choices aren’t plenty; all you get are veg­e­tar­ian and chicken mo­mos. The chicken mo­mos would cost you Rs 50 while the veg mo­mos are for Rs 30. Their USP is that they are served hot and there are no oth­ers to of­fer it on the street. ments in New Delhi, she also dis­cov­ers the forces darker than any­thing she has faced be­fore,” says Adi who claims to have lived in 45 coun­tries. Through this book, he is try­ing to prove the power of In­dian mys­ti­cism. “In the United King­dom peo­ple think tantra is some­thing re­lated to tantric sex. Whereas, it is the right path to god, which in­volves dis­ci­pline, time and ef­fort. It gets ma­ligned by peo­ple who are not able to main­tain a per­fect bal­ance be­tween ev­ery­thing. “I am try­ing to rein­tro­duce tantra through my book. I am do­ing a se­ries, so the other two books will fol­low.

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