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Definition funny of Bhaji:
Bhaji is another word for smoking weed.
Sarv.: Yo guy, let's smoke some Bhaji. Pet.: Yeah man... tomorrow at the temple where the popos at... Etc...
Hindi term for spinach but often reffered to as Marijuana in the east and west indian population of Toronto, Ontario
"eyo you wanna go smoke some bhaji"
Songs about Bhaji:
Bhaji Le Gopal Ne by Jamunaben Godaliya from the Album Santvaani -24
Bhaji Lene Narayan Sukhi by Shree Swaminarayan Temple Bhuj from the Album Kirtan Madhuri
Bhajit Bhaji Methichi by Sanchita Morajkar from the Album Angani Mandav Saje
Bhat Bhaji by Los Pajaros from the Album Los Pajaros We Parangin
Bottateanchi Bhaji by Rita Rose from the Album Vintage Music Of Goa India
Bottateanchi bhaji by Rita Rose from the Album Konkani Songs - Music From Goa Made In Bombay
Bottateanchi Bhaji (Original) by Rita Rose from the Album The Very Best Of Rita Rose
Books about Bhaji:
Pv-Bhaji on the Beach by Vhs (Feb 1996)
Bhindi Bhaji Cooks Kit by Mahboob Momen and Helen Momen (Jul 7, 2002)
Gajjar Bhaji Cooks Kit by Mahboob Momen and Helen Momen (Jul 7, 2002)
Movies about Bhaji:
Bhaji on the Beach 2011 - Runtime: 1 hr 36 mins Starring: Kim Vithana; Jimmi Harkishin; Sarita Khajuria; Hugo Speer Directed by: Gurinder Chada
Bhaji on the Beach 2006 - Runtime: 1 hr 41 mins Starring: Kim Vithana, Akbar Kurtha, et al. Directed by: Gurinder Chadha
Bhaji in Problem Punjabi DVD -
What's Cooking? / Bhaji on the Beach Unrated - Runtime: 3 hrs 25 mins Directed by: Gurinder Chadha
Bhaji on the Beach / Mississippi Masala - Runtime: 3 hrs 33 mins Directed by: Mira Nair and Gurinder Chadha
Bhaji on the Beach DVD NR - Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins
Wiki information Bhaji:
Pav bhaji is an Indian fast food dish that originated in Mumbai cuisine. While Bhaji is a traditional Indian name for a vegetable dish, the Pav or Pau or Pao was the Portuguese word for bread introduced by them during their brief presence in Mumbai,...
Bhajji or bhaji is a spicy Indian snack similar to pakora or potato fritters, with several variants. It is usually used as a topping on various Indian meals but has become popular to eat alone as a snack. It is a popular street food in Maharashtra,...