Ragi Kali

Ragi Kali

Ragi has always been much derided millet – at-least in southern India. It has always been seen as the poor man’s staple, and when former Prime Minister Deve Gowda went out of his way to retain ragi in his diet the humble millet was subject to still more humiliation. It […]

 

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