Queens don’t need crown or throne to build their dynasty; they come in the simplest form to nurture and rule. And who better than Raimati Ghiuria fits the description. As the nation is observing Farmer’s day, here is the story of the queen of millets hailing from the hilly terrain of Odisha’s Koraput that is sure to inspire.
Kakara Pitha is a traditional Odia dish that is mostly prepared during festivals and special occasions. With the rising craze of finger millet in dishes, here is a healthier version of the Kakara Pitha which is made from mandia flour.
Millets are rich in anti-oxidants, fiber, protein, and many vitamins and minerals. On world food day, dietician Niharika Dash gives the message – “Embrace the essence of millets for a healthy life”.
Millets are the traditional grains consumed by half of the population of Asia and Africa. There are about 6,000 varieties of millet throughout the world.