Mmmm, chappatis, and naan, and poori and all those other wonderful Indian breads! So delicioius. Pictures of those, too, please. I am so hungry here in Columbus, GA at my mom's, without a car! Now, if I were home in San Francisco, I could head out, 24/7, for Indian food.Thanks for the photo!
Terrific shot for the day, as always!
Ah, All that delicious Indian bread waiting to bloom! You've made me hungry, Brother :)Aloha, Friend!Comfort Spiralcloudia
oh wow!! that is all of aata there!
Hellooo! :) I know chapatis! They have those bitter taste right? I love them with Nasi Briyani. Aha. :) Great cultural picture!
Those bags are for many breads;)
Excellent take on the theme. Great shot.
I loooooooooooove chappatis. Also love naan bread but chappatis are the best! :b
That reminds me that we need to buy one tomorrow...thanks !!!
Hmm you remind me that i need to use our flour hehhe. happy hunting!
I love to eat naan and chapati.....and pratas too! anything with spicy curry, I love it!
Wow! That would make a lot of Chappatis. I've never heard of Chappatis but if it's bread I'll bet it's good!Check out my bags.
Wonderful entry for today's theme.Mariposa's PhotoHunt
Very unusual take on this week's theme!
Great shot for the theme. I've had naan a couple of times - yummm... I really wanted to try roti when I was in Malaysia but never got up early enough. :)
Excellent choice for PH ;-)Hugs and blessings,
I knew they were bags because I'm very intelligent. I would not have guessed they contained wheat, however. I would have guessed rice. That just shows how much I know.Uh, oh. Maybe I'm not all that intelligent!
Lots of wheats!Please check out what my daughter think and more…
I'm glad you said what this was, otherwise I might have thought it was a seizure in the customs department!Very cool!
Very interesting how things are stored and shipped! Nice composition!