Rajgira / Ramdana (Hindi) Amarnath (Tamil) Ragi/Moothari (Malayalam) Ragulu (Telugu) Ragi
(Kannada) Bhav (Gujarati) Madua (Bengali) Mandia (Oria)

Finger millet, the brown and fine mustard-like grain is a staple cereal in the Indian subcontinent.

It is said that Amaranth originated in Peru, and travelled across the globe and was the traditional staple breakfast porridge across continents. It is a really small seed and takes a shade of yellow. Documents refer to it as the ‘smallest giver of life’, indicating that it thrives well irrespective of climatic conditions, and continues to nourish people.  In a few Asian cultures, despite its size, people refer to it as ‘king seed’ or ‘seed sent by God’. Nutty and earthy in flavor, it’s used in porridges, granola bars and even as a dal.

 Helps build and maintain muscle mass
 Rich in magnesium, phosphorus, and has a bouquet of vitamins
 Diabetic-friendly
 Supports weight control
 High on amino acids – protein-rich

Nutritive Value of Amarnath

100gms per serving

  • Protein 5–8%
  • Minerals 2.5 %
  • Calcium 344mg%
  • Potassium 408mg%
  • Fat .3%
  • Calories 336

The Millet Magic


 Other than containing lysine (an importnat amino acis missing in most grains), it also contains three times the average amount of calcium and is the only grain documented to contain vitamin C