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Our Basmati rice is the perfect choice for any culinary occasion.

Whether it’s cooked with Indian spices, fresh herbs or just on its own, our products include world-class Basmati rice varieties that provide an authentic taste of India.

1121 Basmati Rice

1121 Basmati Rice is a hybrid extra long grain rice variety grown in Haryana, Punjab & Uttar Pradesh region of India. It is a thin rice grain with average grain length of 8.30 MM – 8.45 MM & the elongation ratio of the grain is 3 times if cooked well. The main difference between 1121 Basmati Rice and other Basmati Rice lies in the length of the grain. It is the longest basmati grain in the world before and after cooking. The grain of 1121 Basmati rice is thinner than other Basmati Rice.

1121 Creamy
1121 Golden
1121 Steam

1509 Basmati Rice

1509 Basmati Rice is the latest entrant in the long grain basmati rice family. It is a hybrid extra long grain rice variety grown in Haryana, Punjab & Uttar Pradesh region of India. It is a thin rice grain with average grain length of 8.2 MM – 8.4 MM & the elongation ratio of the grain is 3 times if cooked well. 1509 basmati rice is the substitute of 1121 basmati rice but lacks aroma.

1121 Creamy
1509 Golden
1509 Steam

1401 Basmati Rice

1401 Basmati Rice is an improved version of aromatic hybrid Basmati Rice grown in Haryana, Punjab & Uttar Pradesh region of India. It is the first early maturing basmati rice variety & has high yield with an average grain length of 7.3 mm. The elongation ratio of the grain is 2.5 times.

1401 Creamy
1401 Golden
1401 Steam

Pusa Basmati Rice

Pusa Basmati Rice is a hybrid rice variety grown in the Haryana & Punjab region of India. It is a thin rice grain with average grain length of 7.35 MM – 7.5 MM & the elongation ratio of the grain is 2.5 times. The main difference between Traditional Basmati Rice and Pusa Basmati Rice lies in the length of the grain. Pusa Basmati rice is longer than the Traditional Basmati Rice before and after cooking. The grain of Pusa Basmati rice is thinner than Traditional Basmati Rice.

Pusa Creamy
Pusa Golden
Pusa Steam

Sugandha Rice

Sugandha Rice is a long grain rice considered as one of the low cost basmati rice varieties in India. It is grown in Haryana, Punjab & Uttar Pradesh region of India. Sugandha Basmati Rice, as the name suggests, is aromatic and non-sticky rice. It comes with an average grain length of 7.7 MM – 7.9 MM, just a bit shorter than 1121 Basmati rice. The elongation ratio of the grain is 2 times if cooked well.

Sugandha Creamy
Sugandha Golden
Sugandha Steam

Sharbati Rice

Sharbati Rice is a long grain rice considered as one of the low cost basmati rice varieties in India. It is grown in Haryana, Punjab & Uttar Pradesh region of India. Sharbati Basmati Rice, as the name suggests, is actually sweet in taste & non-sticky in nature. It comes with an average grain length of 6.9 MM – 7.1 MM. It is ideal for customers who want to buy something similar to basmati but at a lower price.

Sharbati Creamy
Sharbati Golden
Sharbati Steam

PR11 Rice

PR 11 or Parmal Rice 11 is a long grain premium Non-Basmati Rice, grown in the Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh region of India. It is a non-sticky rice after cooking and has a uniform grain size. It comes with an average grain length of 6.6 MM – 6.8 MM. The elongation ratio of the grain is 1.5 times if cooked well.

PR11 Creamy
PR11 Golden
PR11 Steam

1121 Basmati Rice

1121 Basmati Rice is a hybrid extra long grain rice variety grown in Haryana, Punjab & Uttar Pradesh region of India. It is a thin rice grain with average grain length of 8.30 MM – 8.45 MM & the elongation ratio of the grain is 3 times if cooked well. The main difference between 1121 Basmati Rice and other Basmati Rice lies in the length of the grain. It is the longest basmati grain in the world before and after cooking. The grain of 1121 Basmati rice is thinner than other Basmati Rice.


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