Gobindhobhog Rice: Prince of Rice, is a rice cultivated mostly in West Bengal in India. It is a short grain, white, aromatic, sticky rice having a sweet buttery flavour. It derives its name from its usage as the principal ingredient in the preparation of the offerings to Govindaji, the family deity of the Setts of Kolkata. Gobindobhog was traditionally cultivated in the districts of Bardhaman, Hooghly, Nadia and Birbhum. Later, it began to be cultivated in Bankura and Purulia. In Bihar it is cultivated in Kaimur, naugachia and other rice bowl areas.In August 2017, the Gobinobhog rice was allotted the geographical indication tag of West Bengal by the Government of India. It has many traditional Bengali recipes intended for it specifically. We assure the best quality 100% stone free premium quality sortex rice. It has comparable quality parameters like Calories: 158, Carbs: 35 g, Fat: 0 g, Protein: 4 g. The Department of Agriculture, Government of West Bengal has initiated a project in 2012 for cleansing the seeds and spreading out the area of cultivation of the aromatic rice varieties like Gobindobhog, Badshabhog, Radhatilak and Tulaipanji in some selected districts of the state as a maiden project.
Gobindo bhog rice is aromatic white sticky rice that has a sweet buttery flavour that creates a delicious meal for everyone.
Govindo bhog rice is premium rice and is highly nutritious with an excellent taste.
It is an essential staple in every Bengali household in Kolkata and other parts of the state.
This full grain sticky rice is of super-fine quality.
Makes excellent Poha, an Indian breakfast that can be roasted or fried for a crunchy snack.