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British Indian Woman sells Street Food to Fund and Promote Education

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NRI Woman Sells Street Food to fund Education.

Tanya Gohil, who has visited India only twice, is selling Indian street food in London to help sponsor a girl's school in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
Foodies in London are making long queues at Tanya's stall called Devi's at Maltby Street Market.
Gohil sells her own version of grilled club sandwich called the Mmmmumbai Grill.
She has studied economics and development at Manchester University. According to her, she was born with 'British devotion to Indian cooking'.
She has visited India only twice. First visit was to help a girl's education organisation and the second visit was for road testing recipes.
Tanya has an intention to raise up to 20,000 pounds to buy a land in Jaisalmer to build a school.
She is of the opinion that this step shall bring change in India. “It is not only about educating girls and women but more important to educate men and boys about the changes that should be brought.” Change begins with education.

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