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Ice gola has been around since the 1900s when ice was only available to the wealthy. Vendors shaved ice back then and covered it with sherbet for a refreshing treat when the weather got hot.
As ice became more readily available, the art of ice gola-making became economical and widespread. Today, ice gola can be found in almost every street vendor stall in India, from Mumbai to Delhi.
Mostly shaved with a manual ice shaver.
Flavored syrups ranging from tangy to sweet and minty.
Popular toppings include jelly, coconut crumbs and fresh fruit.
Chuski gola is an essential part of summer in India. It's like a breath of fresh air on a hot day.
The experience of having Chuski gola on the streetside is unique. It brings out the feeling of summer like nothing else.
Chuski gola is not just a summer snack, but a ritual that has been passed down through generations.
Maharashtra -- Chuski
Uttar Pradesh -- Baraf Ka Gola
Punjab-- Baraf Di Goli
Rajasthan-- Gola Sizzlers
USA -- Shaved Ice
Nothing could beat summer breaks, playing with friends, and then heading out for a gola.
Sunday afternoon with the family meant enjoying ice golas at the local cart and simply soaking in the moment.
Ice Gola was always a must-have item at birthday parties, complementing the delicious cake.
Most of childhood memories are filled with picnics in the park with friends, and ice gola was a treat that always added to the fun.
The city with the most diverse food culture in India; ice gola is a popular street-side snack.
In Delhi, any street without an ice gola vendor seems incomplete. People line up in the sweltering heat for this refreshing treat.
The city of joy - with its hot and humid weather, ice gola is a much-needed relief for Kolkata's residents.