Is the perfect word to describe this gift from Mother Nature.
Cultivated primarily in Iran and Afghanistan , it finds it name in “The Excerpts of Vinidarius” – a 5th century roman cookery book.
During Alexander the Great's invasion of Asia, his army discovered it in the northeastern provinces of Persia and used it for tenderizing meat.
In the days of Mughal aristocracy, the court singers of Agra and Delhi would eat a spoonful of it with butter for enhancing their voice before the singing
|Year of Establishment||2001|
|Legal Status of Firm||Sole Proprietorship (Individual)|
|Nature of Business||
|Number of Employee||51 to 100 People|
|Turnover||Rs. 5 - 20 Crore|