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History Of Millets In India

Dear Friends, The passion about the Millets made me to drive in to healthy restaurant Siridhanya Darshini. Since I started growing Millets in my own field I had a dream to start an venture and now it's fulfilled.

The best part of it is, All the customers are accepting the Millets food and when they share positive experience about the food served here has made me feel happy.

-Mallikarjun Hatti

Millets Day

What is millet


  • Millets are a group of highly variable small-seeded grasses.
  • Millets are coarse grains like Sorghum, Finger millet and Pearl millet.
  • They are highly nutritious and are generally used by rural people.
  • They can be grown in areas of low rainfall and low to medium fertile soils.
  • Jowar, bajra and ragi are the important millets grown in India.

Types of millets


  • Sorghum (Jowar)
  • Foxtail millet
  • Finger millet (ragi)
  • Pearl millet (Bajra)
  • Barnyard millet
  • Kodo millet
  • Little Millet
  • Proso Millet






Benefits of millets


  • Millets help to fight Type-2 Diabetes.
  • Millets are as nutritious as Fruits and Vegetables.
  • Millets fight Heart Diseases and many more.
  • Millets fight Heart Diseases.
  • Millets help to prevent Gallstones.
  • Millets role in childhood asthma.




Health Tips of milltes


  • Helps to protect against diabetes
  • It provides a good source of energy.
  • It can be an aid to weight loss.
  • Prevents anaemia.
  • Reduces cholesterol.
  • Increases the strength of bones.
  • Helps you to relax.




News & Events

Veggie Millet Skillet
29th March | 10:00 - 12:00

Start by first toasting the millet: In a large dry skillet, toast the uncooked millet over medium heat for 4-5 minutes or until it turns golden brown and you can start smell the nutty fragrance of the grains.In the same, skillet heat the olive oil, onion, and garlic over medium heat.

Sweet And Spicy Harissa Farro
10th April | 09:00 - 11:00

My new ingredient is farro! What is farro you ask. Farro is a type of hulled wheat, it’s high in fibre, it’s a source of iron and protein, and it’s a complex carb so it’ll keep you full longer and your energy levels stable! It also has a bit of a nutty taste and a chewy texture (think fat brown rice).