₹140.00 Per Kg
This traditional aromatic rice variety has a history of over 300 years; The Geographical Indications Registry (GIR) has granted Geographical Indication (GI) status to Gobinda Bhog, a speciality from Burdaman district of West Bengal. It is a short grain rice, with a buttery flavor which works well as a table rice. It is categorised as a ‘Khaas Dhan’ or ‘Special Grain’, because it is offered as prasad to Lord Krishna during the Janmashtami celebrations.
Soak the Gobinda Bhog raw rice for 2-3 hours before cooking. Cook it in the ratio of 1:4 (For 1 cup rice, add 4 cups water). Please adjust the water ratio according to your preference.
Soak the Gobinda Bhog Raw polished rice for 10 minutes before cooking. Cook it in the ratio of 1:2.5 (For 1 cup rice, add 2.5 cups water). Please adjust the water ratio according to your preference.