Basmati Rice

Basmati rice is a kind of long-grain rice. It is known for its fragrance and its flavor. The biggest producers of Basmati rice are India and Pakistan, it is mainly grown in Punjab. The grains of Basmati rice are longer than most other types of rice. Cooked grains of Basmati rice are characteristically free flowing rather than sticky.

Cooked Basmati rice can be uniquely identified by its fragrance. Basmati rice is available in two varieties – white and brown. Basmati rice is also considered useful to make biriyani in most Asian countries and also to make yellow rice. 

We are a proud Rice Exporter from India, offering Traditional Basmati Rice, 1121, 1509, 1401, Pusa etc (With different process like Steam, White Sella, Golden Sella)

Basmati can be consumed in the multiple forms listed below. The consumption is typically based on recipe, eating habits, health needs and cultural geographical usage.

Traditional Basmati

Traditional Basmati Rice that is rich in Taste and Fragrance with grain length 7.20 mm . Every grain of Traditional Basmati Rice is full of healthy nutrients and is hand-tended with loving care in the spring-fed region at the base of the Himalayas. The Traditional Basmati Rice is nature’s finest offering. Upon cooking, the delicate grains of Traditional Basmati Rice expand and stand distinct.

Pusa 1121

Pusa 1121 recorded in the Limca Book of World Records (2008) is between 8.30 to 8.40mm(Uncooked). The Pusa 1121 Basmati Rice is also the first choice of the national as well as international clients due to the very extra long grain, aromatic fragrance and non-sticky after cooking. 1121 Basmati Rice Consumed with in India and also widely exported to different countries of the world and has captured a wide market of Europe, Africa and UAE and UK. Due to its best quality our rice demand is increasing with in country and abroad day by day.

Pusa 1509

The new high yield high variety is being endorsed by the farmers as it is also a short duration variety and takes less time in cultivation having grain length 8.40 mm and above. While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Agriculture Department said that PUSA 1509 variety had become immensely popular among the farmers due to its high yield as compared to Pusa-1121. The agriculture scientists are of the view that this variety would replace the Pusa-1121 variety of Basmati as it is an improved version. He said that district Karnal is famous in the entire country for its basmati production. The basmati produced in Karnal also has high demand in foreign countries.

Pusa 1401

1401 Basmati Rice originates from the heart of Basmati growing land of India – the Terai region of the North West Himalaya. The aged paddy is then sent for cleaning, milling and packaging in a state-of-the-art rice milling plant. 1401 is distinguished by the long length, fineness, and smooth texture of its grains with 7.60 mm in size. The cooked grains won’t break or stick together. The aroma is delicate and the taste is simply irresistible. As comparison this is some hybrid variety look like 1121 but smaller grain. Features are just amazing and most used in domestic market due to the price & Quality

Pusa Basmati 1

Basmati is long grain aromatic rice grown for many centuries in the specific geographical area, at the Himalayan foot hills of Indian subcontinent, blessed with characteristics extra-long slender grains that elongate at least twice of their original size of 7.45 mm with a characteristics soft and fluffy texture upon cooking, delicious taste, superior aroma and distinct flavor, Basmati rice is unique among other aromatic long grain rice varieties.

Sugandha

Sugandha Basmati Rice is produced in the fertile plains of North India. Cooking of Sugandha Basmati Rice is somehow identical to Basmati Rice. Sugandha grain is about 7.90 mm to 8.00 mm legnth. Cleaned and healthy, Long and Slender, this products are properly stored in hygienic warehouses. Before these products are supplied to our clients, they are thoroughly tested to ensure their purity and nutritional value.