Millets, the miracle grains are a group of small seeded grasses grown in dry weather. Millets can withstand drought and extreme temperatures. Millets are super food of our ancestors and are being consumed for about 7000 years.  You can avail organic millets online and experience the richness of fibre, proteins, vitamins and minerals. Millets have low glycemic index, low cholesterol content which is suitable for diabetics and heart patients. Millets also have antioxidant and antimicrobial properties which slows ageing. For their high nutritional value, millets are also called ‘sridhanya’ or ‘siridhanya’. It would be easy for you to buy millets in Bangalore. 

Types of Millets:

India produces about 10 million tones of millets accounting for 40% of the entire yield in the world making it the largest producer of millets in the world. 

1. Sorghum (Bili Jola)

2. Barnyard millet (Oodhalu)

3. Liitle millet (Saame)

4. Foxtail millet (Navane)

5. Kodo millet (Harka)

6. Finger millet (Ragi)

7. Pearl millet (Sajje)

8. Proso millet (Baragu)

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