Bhaji is the collective name given to side dishes usually of vegetables, which are served as an accompaniment to Cury as the main course. Bhaji is often mildly spiced and sauceless and appear in different varieties in a restuarant menu or in mobile street food stalls and tea shops, such as Pav Bhaji, Vangya Chi Bhaji, Spinach Bhaji, Sai Bhaji, and Onion Bhaji.

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