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Bhanukul’s Kitchen Raga

भानुकुल का रसोई राग

भानुकुलचे रुचकर स्वादु-संगीत

Kalapini Komkali

Once, no raw mangoes had sprouted on our mango tree yet, and we suddenly found a green mango on the ground. Baba cut open that lone mango with a sharp knife, cut long slices out of it, topped it with salt and red chilli powder, and served it to everyone at the table! That too with sounds of aahaa…waah. His habit of appreciating even the littlest of things was truly extraordinary…

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