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Bengali Mach Vat ( Fish Rice ) in Varanasi | Street Food India Uttar Pradesh

Address : Jalayog Hotel - Godowlia Rd, Luxmanpura, Ramapura Luxa, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221001 .

Bengali Mach Vat ( Fish Rice ) in Varanasi | Street Food India Uttar Pradesh.

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