BURLINGTON MASS. —The smells and flavors of our childhood become a part of us, helping define who we are and lingering deep in the background of our memory. Like many immigrants, Yogi Sood, who came to the United States from Punjab in northern India as a graduate student, brought such memories with him. Ultimately, they led him to leave his engineering career and open Gourmet India, a six-unit chain he’s looking to grow to 30 or more units. ...

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