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Curry leaves are leaves of a plant which is native to India. It is found everywhere in India.
Cloves has a pungent smell which has been used for preparations of herbal remedies due to its analgesic and antiseptic qualities.
Long Pepper or Piper longum is a aromatic spice. Commonly it is known as Pipal or Pipli.
The word henna comes from the Arabic name.Henna has many traditional and commercial uses, the most common being as a dye for hair.The art of Mehndi is famous in body ornamentation.
Basmati Rice is a non-glutinous rice that has been cultivated at the foot of the Himalayan mountain ranges in India for thousands of years. The rivers Yamuna and Sutluj irrigate the Basmati paddy fields in Haryana and Punjab respectively. Basmati is an aromatic, fragrant, long grain, slender rice, and has a nutty flavor. 'Basmati', when literally translated from Hindi, means ‘queen of fragrance’. It is the world’s best rice one can use for cooking and has been exported all around the world for centuries. Many of the traditional rice dishes in the Arab countries are cooked with long grained Basmati rice imported from India. To obtain the correct aroma and flavor of Basmati rice, proper ageing is required to reduce its moisture content. Basmati rice is very popular in India and all over the world. Basmati rice is available in two varieties - white and brown
Scientific name of neem is Azadirachta Indica Neem is considered as the wonder tree.Neem extracts possess anti-diabetic, antibacterial and anti-viral properties. The oil is used in making neem-based soaps, shampoos and toothpaste.Neem oil as insecticide is very famous.Neem shampoois used for removing dandruff.
Maize is the most widely distributed crops of the world. It is cultivated in tropics, sub-tropics and temperate regions unto 500 and from sea level to 4000 m. India occupies fifth place in average under maize in the world, the first four being US, Brazil, China and Mexico Respectively and ranks tenth in production. In Indian Agriculture, Maize occupies a prominent position and each part of the maize plant is put to one or the other use and nothing goes as waste. Among the cereal crops in India, maize with annual production of around 10 million tones covering 6 million hectares ranks fifth in area being next to rice, wheat, jower and bajra, fourth n production whereas in productivity it ranks at third position. Within India U.P., Bihar, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab are the maize producing states.
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