Kalanamak

Kalanamak

  • Kalanamak

    Story

     

    The Chinese traveler Fa Hien quotes that when Lord Buddha visited Kapilavastu the villagers asked him for a gift.  He gave them the grains of Kalanamak asking them to sow it in a marshy place.   He is also supposed to have told them “the rice will have a typical aroma which will always remind people about me”. Buddhist monks used to carry this rice variety for consumption wherever they went and it increased their longevity.  It derives its name from the black husk (Kala) and a mild salty (Namak) taste. 

     

     

    Special Features

     

    It is rich in 40 mineral salts.  It is used to cure nerve disorders, kidney problems, cancer, skin diseases, blood pressure and diabetes.  This variety is suitable for pregnant women.

     

     

    Season

     

    It is normally cultivated during Samba (between July 15th to January 14th ).

     


    Soil Type

     

    It is cultivated in a slightly alkaline soil.

     

     

    Crop Duration

     

    120 days

     

     

    Colour and Quality

     

    The colour of the rice is black and it has fine grains.

     

     

    Adopter

     

    Turbo Energy Pvt. Ltd. (2017-18)

    Ms. Anindita Basu (2017-18)

    ABI Showatech (India) Ltd. (2018 - 19)

     

     

₹15,000.00Price