What is Indian Basmati Rice ?


Basmati Rice

Traditional Basmati Rice

PUSA Basmati Rice

1401 Basmati Rice

1121 Basmati Rice

1509 Basmati Rice

Sugandha Basmati Rice

Sharbati Basmati Rice

Non Basmati Rice

PR11 Non Basmati Rice

PR14 Non Basmati Rice

Parmal Non Basmati Rice

Round Non Basmati Rice

Jeera Rice

Sona Masuri Rice

Organic Rice

Organic 1121 Basmati Rice

Organic 1509 Basmati Rice

Organic Sugandha Basmati Rice

Organic Sharbati Basmati Rice

What is Indian Basmati Rice?

The word 'Basmati' originates from the (Sanskrit बासमती, bāsamatī), actually meaning aromatic. The most initial existent work to introduce Basmati rice is Heer Ranjha (1766).

Indian Basmati rice is a variety of food which grown from many centuries in specific geographical areas in Himalayan hills of India. Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and U.P. are the states which are chief contributors to the total production of Indian basmati rice. Above all, Basmati Rice is the longest rice in the world, which is also known as King of rice.

The sowing time of basmati rice is in between June -July and harvesting time is mainly November-December. Growing time of Basmati rice is between 90 to 110 days. It requires mild weather to grow.

Besides, Indian Basmati rice has unique attributes which make it different from other grains. Basmati grains hold about 0.09 ppm of the aromatic chemical compound generally, which is far more than Non-basmati rice.

Basmati rice is mainly known for its Long slender shape and refreshing aroma. After cooking, the size of basmati rice enlarges double of its original taste. It remained entirely non-sticky, even after a long time of cooking. Moreover, Basmati rice also owns light and fluffy texture, the taste of superiority, intriguing flavor, and magical aroma.

In fact, the demand for Basmati rice in the international market is relatively high. India's share in the export market of Basmati rice is pretty great. “The country has exported 44, 14,562.21 MT of Basmati Rice to the world for the worth of Rs. 32,804.19 Crores (or 4,722.46 US$ Mill.) during the year 2018-2019” as per APEDA.

It is mostly utilized by Restaurants all over the world. Basmati rice is used in the preparation of numerous recipes; Such as Biryani, Albalao polo, Curry Rice, and Fried rice, etc.

Indian Basmati rice is the world’s most consuming rice. It has diverse species like Traditional, 1121, 1509, 1401, Sugandha, and Sharbati Basmati rice, etc.

We manufacture and export all kinds of varieties of Basmati rice.