Peel the potato and cut it into thin slices. They shouldn't be as thin as potato chips but a bit thick, about 2 mm thickness. Keep the slices in a bowl of water.
Scrape the teasel gourds and cut them into thin slices. Dunk them in water also in a separate bowl and keep them aside.
Cut the pumpkin piece into thin rectangular slices. These should be three to four mm thickness. Wash them well and set them aside.
Cut the brinjal into slices. Wash well under running water and then rub salt on the brinjal slices and set aside.
Finally, scrape the skin of the pointed gourds and then either cut them into half lengthwise. Or you could also cut them into a shape like in the picture.
Once all the vegetables have been washed well, drain the excess water from the brinjal and rub 1/2 tsp turmeric powder.
Rub salt and turmeric powder over the pointed gourd too.
Heat oil in a frying pan, enough for shallow frying. If you want, you can deep fry too. Pointed gourd tastes best when deep-fried.
One by one, shallow fry the vegetables, keeping them covered over medium to low heat.
While frying the vegetables, sprinkle salt to taste for faster cooking too.
Once done, portion and serve with khichuri or whatever else you are planning to give them with.