Google Pays Tribute to Pani Puri With Interactive Doodle Game: How To Play

Pani Puri is one of the most popular street food in India. It is available in a variety of ingredients and people always enjoy eating it. Now, Google has also decided to celebrate this popular and most loved Indian street food with a special doodle on its home page. This doodle has been created by Google to celebrate Pani Puri as on 12 July 2015 a restaurant in Indore, Madhya Pradesh set the record for serving the most flavors of Pani Puri. Reportedly, 51 flavors were served at the restaurant. To make this record memorable, Google is celebrating it by making a doodle after eight years.

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They have also turned Doodle into an exciting game that users can enjoy by visiting the home page. In the interactive game, the user has to help the pani puri street vendor to fulfill the orders of the customers. The player has to choose the puris according to their taste and quantity to keep the customers happy.

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Here are the steps to play this exciting game:

Go to

Click on Pani Puri Doodle appearing on the home page.

Choose the mode you want – Timed or Relaxed.

Help the street vendor fulfill orders.

You can do this by selecting the flavors and quantities as decided by the customer.

In an official statement, Google said, “Today’s interactive game Doodle celebrates pani puri – a popular South Asian street food made from a crispy shell filled with potatoes, chickpeas, spices or chilies and flavored water. And there is a variety of pani puri available for everyone’s taste.

Pani Puri is available all over India. From Pani Puri to Golgappas, Puchka to Gupchup, every city serves its own version. However, there is an interesting story behind the origin of Pani Puri. It is said that it was first built by Draupadi during the Mahabharata period. Reportedly, when she was married to the Pandavas, her mother-in-law Kunti challenged her to prepare a dish from the leftover food. So, at that time, she served pani puri from the leftover aloo ki sabzi and small sized puris.