Location :Hotel Pranaam Belgaum. Time: around 8 pm. Intention: to be with friends. Contribution started from 2 rupees and some friends made the maximum(whatever was balance) to ensure we all get half plate bhurji and single pav. Mama’s (aka Bhagat) bhurji for us then was more than any five start treat. After 15 years and been to many 5 star’s in India and abroad I confirm my opinion that street side bhurji of Bhagat is the BEST. I specially went to his stall couple of weeks back (his stall is in front of Globe Cinema in Belgaum) and found it the same. Although one thing missing were my friends.Here in Mumbai the street bhurji walas are also fab. The bhurji you get near teen hath naka thane ( where you have to be ok about the pintaks sitting there :)) or the one in-front of Gate 5 of Godrej in Vikhroli is really awesome. Bhurji pav is one of the most underrated food(compared to the fast foods we get today) but thanks to this we get it at very reasonable price…so let’s be happy about it :). Its a filler, tasty and also cost effective. So next time you are out in evening and when you dare not to go to the KFC’s and Mac D’s justg to look good and show how “cool” you are. Try street side bhurji pav…trust me its really AWESOME…its really a littleBIGthing 🙂
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What is 999littleBIGthings?999 little BIG things is just a time-ticking countdown of 999 simple things of our life. Launched March, 2011 and updated regularly. Its an attempt to look closely at small thing in life which gives us real happiness rather than waiting to be happy someday. It is inspired from a play “Wah Guru” where the student asks his Guru, what would be his perfect day. The Guru says, going out , sitting below a tree with friends, then have lunch with dal,rice and one vegetable, then listen to old 60′s songs on radio , coming home and having a cup of tea and at night nice dinner of fish fry with curry. On this the student says “Guru, your perfect day is so simple”. On which the Guru replies ” Dear, perfect things are simple”. This is an attempt to observe and share such simple things from my life ,from your life.