Indore Vendor Sells Rabri Falooda Wearing 2Kg Gold Jewellery
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Let’s just agree that the internet is a place where you get to see some of the most bizarre things, people, situations, and more. Many stories leave us confused, surprised and often shocked. While there is a lot of information too, scrolling through the internet can make us discover new stuff from all over the world. Especially, when there is food involved in it. 

Be it the countless fusion foods, foreigners ordering food in fluent regional Indian languages or simply a reaction clip of someone trying a food for the first time, all these things keep us hooked. And recently, one such video of a street vendor has gone viral. Not for giving us a new bizarre fusion food, but for wearing two kg of gold and selling sweets! Yes, you read that right. Sounds a bit offbeat, doesn’t it? Well, as weird as it might sound, it is actually true. 

In a video uploaded by food blogger @Youtubeswadofficial, we can see a man adorned with multiple gold chains, rings, and bracelets. The video starts with the vendor preparing rabri falooda in a bowl. As he goes on to add other ingredients such as kulfi, ice cream, syrups, and more, he is also posing with his gold jewellery. According to @Youtubeswadofficial, this vendor sits in Indore’s Sarafa Bazaar, and wears two kilograms of gold. He called him ‘Falooda Wala Gold Man’ in his caption for the video. Check out the full video here:


Doesn’t the man look amazing?! Since the video was uploaded, it has been viewed over 440K times, has more than 28K likes and hundreds of comments. “These street food gimmicks are getting bizarre day by day”, wrote one person, while another person said, “Cooking with ring?! Lots of food will be stuck there”. Someone else said, “He has gold jewellery but not enough money to buy hand gloves”. 

One person quipped, “I hope his wife is left with some too”. We don’t know about the jewellery but we are definitely slurping looking at the falooda he is serving. What piques your interest is when he adds pieces of a yellow-coloured sweet to the bowl of falooda. And so, many people also asked about the taste of sweets. 

“Ye toh theek hai but rabri falooda ka taste kaise hai? (This all is fine, but how does the rabri falooda taste?)”, inquired one user, and another asked, “Has anyone eaten this?” Those who have earlier tried the food from this street vendor revealed that his name is Nemaji, and he is pretty famous in Indore. Some even mentioned that the food he serves is good in taste.