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This popular street food is at the top of Harsh Goenka’s “Hierarchy of Needs”; the Internet is impressed.

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This street food is the best. The Internet liked Harsh Goenka’s “Hierarchy of Needs.”

The tweet by Harsh Goenka got a lot of attention on the internet. Food is the one thing that brings people together on the internet. People talk to each other on social media about different kinds of food from all over the world. Just recently, we saw a similar thing happen on one of businessman Harsh Goenka’s Twitter posts. 

Harsh Goenka is one of the most social media-savvy celebrities, and he shares different kinds of content on Twitter every single day. Some of these posts are funny, some are informative, and some are just so easy to relate to. Don’t you believe us? We think you should read his most recent tweet.

Harsh Goenka recently put up a tweet that talked about his basic needs. And you guessed right—it was all about food. The post has a hierarchy pyramid that looks a lot like Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. At the bottom, he writes “bhel puri,” which he calls a “basic need.” Then there is sev puri in the middle, which he calls “psychological need.” And finally, he has pani puri, which is his “self-fulfillment need,” on top. He called the post “My hierarchy of needs.”

This funny post got a lot of attention on the internet right away. People responded with funny comments and smiley faces. One person wrote, “It should end with sukha puri.” Someone else said, “May God grant all of your wishes’ ‘ (Bhagwan aapki saari needs “puri”). “Where is Ras Malai, Sir?” asked a third person.

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