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Cumin Seeds

Cumin is the seed of Cuminum cyminum, which belongs to the parsley family. It is pale green in color and elliptical in shape with deep furrows                                                                                         More....

Curry Powder

India is the originator of curry, a name immediately recognized all over the world. The word instantly conjures up visions of irresistible culinary delights.                                                                                       More....


Dill - a crop of the Mediterranean region and southern part of USSR, is now cultivated in India, Pakistan, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands and USA. Dill is the dried fruit of an annual herb of the parsley family.                                                                                                                More....


A crop of Southern Europe, Fennel is now cultivted for export in countries like India, Germany, Italy, France and Russia. Ancients used fennel as a condiment and culinary spice.                                                                                                                                                             More....

  Celery Seeds
Celery is a crop of temperate Europe from England to Asia. The Italians developed the celery, know today, in the 17th century AD from the wild celery of the                                                                                                                                                                                                             More....
  Ani Seeds
Indigenous to Greece, Egypt and Asia Minor, aniseed is now grown in Europe, Mexico, Russia, Turkey and India. Aniseed often referred to  as anise is the dried ripe fruit of an annual                                                                                                                                                             More....
  Bishop's Weed
Also known as ajowan, bishop's weed is an aromatic spice closely resembling thyme in flavour. Traditionally, India has been one of the most important sources of bishop's weed.                                                                                                                                                            More....
Mustard is indigenous to the Mediteranean and Southern Europe. Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, India, Ethopia, Italy, U.S.A., U.K., Russia, West Germany are the main mustard                                                                                                                                                           More....
Indigenous to the countries bordering the eastern shores of the Mediteranean and extending to central Asia, Fenugreek is one of the oldest cultivated spices in thee world. Fenugreek is the ripe,                                                                                            More....
English Name Botanical Name Use
Oat Avena Sativa Carbohydrate, Protein
Barley Hordeum Vulgare Carbohydrate, Protein
Rye Secale Cereale Carbohydrate, Protein
Pigeona Pea, Red Gram Cajanus Cajan Protein
Soyabean Glycine Max Protein, Fat
Lentil Lens Culinaris Protein
Black Gram Phaseolus Mungo
 (Vigna mungo)
Chick Pea Cicer Arietinum Protein
Cow Pea Phaseolus sinensis
(Vigna unguicluata)
Dew Gram Vigna Aconitifolia
(Pharcolus Aconitifolius)
Kidney or French Bean Phaseolus vulgaris Protein
Green Gram Phaseolus radiatus Protein
Mint Mentha Longifolia Chatani, Minerals, vitamins and Iron
Garden Pea Pisum Sativum Protein, Minerals, Vitamins
Cluster Bean Cyamopsis Tetragonaloba Protein, Minerals, Vitamins & Carbohydrate
Asparagus Asparagus Adscendence Ayurvedic Tonic
Mustard Oil Brassica Campestris Food Preparation ,Skin and Hair Application
Groundnut Oil Arachis Hypogea Food Preparation, Cattle feed
Powder of unripe mango Mangifera Incica Fruit
Mace, Nutmeg Myristica Fragrans Fruit
Long Pepper Piper Longum  
Curry Leaf Murraya koenigii Leaf
Asafoetida Ferula Asafoetida Medicine
Henna Lawsonia Inermis Leaf
Yellow Myrobalan Terminalia Chebula Fruit
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