1. 5th September which is celebrated as Teacher’s Day also happens to be World Samosa Day!
2. The shape of the humble samosa resembles the Pyramids?….. In fact, it was named Samsa after the Pyramids in Central Asia.
3. Back in the 13th-century Samosa’s used to be eaten by royal peoples like Kings and Ministers Only!
4. In the Turkish-speaking nations where it is called Samsa (& variants), it is made both in half-moon shapes and triangles.
5. The samosa was never meant to be a vegetarian dish!