Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Maghai Paan...

A Paan vendor on MG Road, The tradition of chewing betel leaf or paan as it is commonly known in India is age-old and deeply rooted in India. It seems likely that the habit was originally developed in the south east Asian island region in the moist tropical climates. ....More >>
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BarelyLiegl Wed Jun 14, 03:19:00 PM GMT+5:30  

The colours in your picture are beautiful.
Are these the blossoms of the plant? Do you chew them as well?
And what does it taste like?

Unknown Wed Jun 14, 03:50:00 PM GMT+5:30  

they are made with many ingredients and are wrapped in the betel leaf, the tase is sweet but may vary based on your recomendation, many add tobacco into it to relish it otherwise...

indieperfumes Thu Jun 15, 08:33:00 AM GMT+5:30  

very interesting information in the link, so much density of colors and flavors...

Anonymous Wed Dec 26, 10:50:00 AM GMT+5:30  

I just had this little doubt. What is the difference between maghai paan and an ordinary paan? Is magahi paan sweeter?

Unknown Thu Dec 27, 08:54:00 AM GMT+5:30  

Humm, Maghai is very tender and sweet compares to other varieties...
Check more here..