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Ambemohar, short grain of rice grown popularly in state of Maharashtra is known for its quick-cooking properties. Wonderfully versatile and flavorsome Ambemohar rice is filled with nutrients, energy and essential vitamins. Indigenous and Local Rice Plantations! Considered good for health, this rice is a rich source of energy and essential vitamins. The strong mangoish aroma makes it a little sweet to taste.

It is a low yielding rice (1.9 ton/ha).The grains are short (5.5 mm) and wide (2.2 mm) compared to the well-known basmati rice. Both varieties have similar degree of fragrance. The variety is therefore included in the class of Aromatic rice such as Basmati.

Ambemohar rice, received its name from the sweet smell of the rice when cooked, the scent permeates the house. Ambe means mango, mohar means flowers. The rice is a low yielding type and is short in length and round; it has rapid cooking characteristics.

Ambemohar rice is grown in the foothills of Western India, in the state of Maharashtra.

  • It has a rich source of energy and essential vitamins.
  • Ambemohar rice is used to prepare a thick soup of rice and milk called ‘Bhatachi Pej’ mainly for children, elderly people, and patients.
  • Reduces cholesterol
  • Helps in regulating and lowering blood pressure
  • Good for digestion
  • Has a mango fragrance
  • Low sodium
  • High soluble fiber
  • Contains good Premium oils
  • Low Glycemic index.