The name of Basmati Rice is a combination of two words ‘Bas’ & ‘Mati’. The word is derived from the Hindi Language where ‘Bas’ stands for “aroma” and ‘Mati’ stands for “full of”. Therefore, the word Basmati means full of aroma. The Basmati rice we supply is additionally long, superfine and slim grained, having a length to broadness proportion more noteworthy than 8.3mm. It comes accompanied with a sweet savoring taste, incredible fragrance, delicate surface, and a sensitive bend.
Authentic Indian basmati rice is known to extend slightly in broadness insightful after cooking and then the Indian Basmati Rice, we export is of premium quality. It is produced in the northern states of India which primarily includes Haryana, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. The rice is usually available in white or creamy hue or in a slight brown tinge. The other varities include steam rice, sella rice or parboiled rice, and golden sella rice. The basmati rice we supply is free from any sort of contamination and outside issue. It is accessible in sealed packs that are impervious to dampness and can effectively hold the fragrance for a sensible span of time. This assortment of rice is developed in North India.
We supply the following types of Indian Basmati Rice:
1121 Basmati Rice is a type of basmati rice. It is a hybrid extra long grain rice grown in Haryana, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh states of India. It is a slim grained rice with an average grain length of 8.30 mm+.
Sharbati Rice is a low cost basmati rice in India considered to be one of the most economical rice in the market. It is produced in Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh states of India. Sharbati Basmati Rice has sweet taste and it is non-sticky in nature.
1509 Basmati Rice is one of the types of Basmati Rice. It is a hybrid extra long grain rice variety grown in Haryana, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh states of India. It is a slim rice grain with average grain length of 8.30 mm+.
PUSA Basmati Rice is the part of the long grain basmati rice family. It is a hybrid rice type produced in Punjab and Haryana states of India. It is a slim rice grain with an average grain length of 7.40 mm+.
Sugandha Basmati Rice is a low cost long grain basmati rice in India. It is grown in Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh states of India. Sugandha Basmati Rice is full of fragrance and non-sticky in nature.