We all celebrated Diwali by spending quality time enjoying delicious food with friends and family! As a matter of fact, food is a big part of Diwali. Think delicious snacks and appetizing sweets during your Diwali party. We end up eating so much that we feel guilty about all the post-festive indulgences! We switch to a healthy regime, try to curb cravings, and stick to a balanced diet. The truth is we don’t want to control ourselves, but we have to, right?! rice field. I’m sure you have something to do with it.
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If you follow Harsh Goenka online, you know he’s a big foodie. The business tycoon and billionaire seemed to enjoy his Diwali sweets while enjoying them. And now his wife has asked him to cut back on all the foodie fun. His recent tweets will not only make you laugh, but also make you appreciate his gastronomic talents.
“After eating so many Diwali sweets, my wife told me to only eat one samosa today,” Harsh Goenka wrote in his tweet, accompanied by a video of the giant samosa. Giant Samosas are so big they are as long and wide as our arms. You have to hold that samosa with both hands. Harsh Goenka hood his blogger re-shared his viral video supposedly made by Chahat Anand. Also known as ‘Bahubali’ samosa, this samosa can be found in sweets shops in Meerut, Uttar he Pradesh. A giant samosa weighs about 8 kg. Let’s see:
The gigantic size of the samosa was as intriguing as the Harsh Goenka. Here’s what people tweeted about it on Twitter:
When you’re a samosa lover but your doctor tells you not to eat more than one samosa. October 27, 2022
Eat only one 😜 https://t.co/og8Zmx4Nbm — Devasis Guha (@DevasisGuha) October 27, 2022
Hahaha — one giant samosa is worth 1000 samosa. October 27, 2022
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