Google celebrates Pani Puri, a popular South Asian street food, with a doodle game.

Pani Puri is a crispy shell stuffed with potatoes, chickpeas, spices, and flavored waters.

The interactive doodle game allows users to assist a street vendor in fulfilling pani puri orders.

Pani Puri is known by different names in various regions of India, such as Golgappa, Puchka, and Fulki.

The exact origins of Pani Puri are uncertain, but it is believed to have originated in the northern regions of India.

Draupadi's Pani Puri, as mentioned in the Mahabharata, showcases the dish's resourcefulness and culinary skills.

Pani Puri's roots can be traced back to the ancient city of Magadh in present-day Bihar, India, where it was known as 'phulki.'

Pani Puri gained popularity and spread to different parts of India, with each region adding its own twist to the recipe.

Pani Puri symbolizes the rich diversity and culinary creativity found in Indian cuisine.

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