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Ajwain is a small, oval-shaped seed-like schizocarps. It has a bitter and pungent smell. Ajwain smells almost exactly like thyme, because it also contains thymol. Even a small number of Ajwain seeds will dominate the flavor of a dish.

Amaranth Flour

Amaranth Flour is made by finely grinding the seeds of the Amaranth plant. Amaranth, an ancient plant, is packed with a lot of healthy nutrients. It is a lighter option than wheat or maida flour.


You can use our organic Amaranth flour to make chapatis, pooris, cakes, and muffins too.

Amchur Powder

Amchur is a pale-beige-to-brownish powder prepared from dried and unripe-green mangoes. It has a sour-fruity flavor and is often used as a citrusy seasoning. It lends an acidic brightness to the foods it is added to. It is a predominant flavoring agent in the North Indian dishes.

Bajra Flour

Bajra Flour is milled from pearl millet grains, also known as Bajra. The flour has a nutty flavor and a soft texture. It is a superb source of iron, folic acid, fiber, and protein.


Furthermore, it has many essential minerals that support the immune system. Bajra Flour is best enjoyed in the form of crisp, soft, and warm bhakris or methi theplas. Bhakhri is a gluten-free option for whole-wheat bread.

Biryani Masala

Biryani Masala is an exquisite spice blend made with organic spices like cardamom, clove, pepper, and more. It has the right amount of spice and aroma needed to prepare authentic biryanis.

You can use this spice blend to make Paneer Biryani, Vegetable Biryani, or even Soya Biryani without adding any extra spices.

Black Cardamom

Black Cardamom seed pods have strong, camphor-like flavor with a smoky character derived from drying. It adds an intense aroma when added to black tea.

Black Eye Peas

Organic Black Eyed Peas or black-eyed beans are medium-sized legumes. They are pale white with a black spot on the side. They are widely eaten in Asian, African, and South-American households.


Black-eyed peas’ benefits are abundant; they are rich in protein, calcium, and iron. Furthermore, promote weight loss and maintain heart health. You can make English baked beans, bean curry, or bean salad using our organic black-eyed peas.

Black Mustard

Black mustard seeds are Brassica NigraMustard seeds are the small round seeds that come from several different types of mustard plants. Mustard seeds have been prized as both medicinal as well as culinary spice for many years.

Black Pepper Powder

Pepper powder is prepared from fine-quality peppercorns. Pepper has a sharp, hot and biting taste. It is a warming spice. It is one of the oldest and the most important spices in the world.

Black Pepper Whole

Black Pepper comes from the dried, immature berries of Piper Nigrum. Black pepper is a flowering vine cultivated for its fruit, known as a peppercorn, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning. The brown to black, deep-set wrinkled berries have a characteristic odor, and a hot, pungent taste.

Buckwheat Flour

Buckwheat Flour is made by grinding whole buckwheat grains and is an excellent source of fiber. It is also known as Kuttu ka atta.


Hence, it is a great alternative to wheat bread. Kuttu ka atta is suitable for the gut and reduces bloating. You can relish the goodness of our organic Buckwheat Flour in cookies, pies, chapatis, and more.

Castor Oil

Castor Oil is a multi-purpose vegetable oil derived from castor beans. It possesses many medicinal properties. It is widely used for massages, home remedies, cooking, skincare, and more. It is naturally antiviral and antibacterial which is great for the skin. It also helps in bowel movements and keeping the gut light.
You can use it for tempering daals, soups, khichdi and more.

Chana Besan

Chana Besan is made by grinding chickpeas. It is yellowish and has a nutty flavor, and is packed with protein, fiber, and vitamins. It is a healthy substitute for wheat flour.


You must try making dishes like kadhi pakora, besan chilla, pakora, and besan laddoos, besan halwa, and more using our Organic Chana Besan.

Chana Dal

Chana Dal is nothing but tender and split chickpeas. It is bright yellow and looks like a half-sphere. It is an excellent source of protein, carbohydrates, and fiber.


Besan is obtained by grinding roasted chana dal. Chana dal is consumed as a snack, appetizer, and even as a dessert. You can relish the flavors of our organic chana dal in Chana Dal Chat, Fried Chana Dal, Dudhi Chana, and Chana Dal Halwa.

Chana Masala

Chana Masala is a blend of selected spices that are needed to prepare the renowned Indian dish, Chana Masala. The traditional recipe of Chana Masala involves the use of many spices like garam masala, red chili powder, turmeric powder, whole spices and more. It is because of these blend of spices that makes Chana Masala a unique and most-loved dish.

Our ready-to-use spice blend has all the ingredients in the right proportions that are needed for a perfect plate of Chana Masala. This spice blend may also be used to make Chole and Black Chana Masala.

Chat Masala

Chat Masala is an interesting mix of spices that is mostly used as a garnish. It is slightly tangy and can be consumed without cooking.

It is mostly used in chats or appetizers to add a touch of spice and tang.

A little sprinkle of Chat Masala on your kababs, sev puri, aloo chat, bhindi fry, boondi raita, chutneys or even fresh fuits enhances the flavor of the dish.