‘Rising’ Eggs, Chicken, and Vegetables – Localising English

‘Chicken rises’ from your chicken fried rice – bewildering? Then how about having ‘omblate, seanveg’s, pelpuri, and banipuri’ for snacks? These are some interesting and bewildering menu options at some of Munnar’s street-side stalls. If language is to communicate, never mind these localisation of English. Because it does communicate. Especially if you are hungry.

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No price for guessing what a “Seanveg” is.

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4 Comments

  1. Seema

    would definately like to have pelpuri and seanveg…instead of bhelpuri and sandwich….for a change….and for that i have to go to munnar…..but i m sure…..it will eventually be a treat of grouching stomach

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