Pani Puri, also known as Golgappa or Puchka, is a popular Indian street food snack. It consists of small, crispy hollow puris (fried dough balls) that are filled with a mixture of tangy tamarind chutney, spicy mint-coriander water (pani), and a combination of mashed potatoes, chickpeas, and spices. The puris are typically served in a plate or a paper cone, and the pani is poured into each puri just before eating. Pani Puri is known for its burst of flavors and textures, as well as its refreshing and spicy taste. It is a favorite among people of all ages and is often enjoyed as a light and flavorful snack.