There are many varieties of rice and culinary preferences tend to vary regionally. For example in India, there is a saying that "grains of rice should be like two brothers, close but not stuck together" while in the Far East there is a preference for softer, stickier varieties. Because of its importance as a staple food, rice has considerable cultural importance. For example, rice is first mentioned in the Yajur Veda and then is frequently referred to in Sanskrit texts. Rice is often directly associated with prosperity and fertility, therefore there is the custom of throwing rice at weddings.


Kaveri 225
Kaveri 2288 (Ekka)
Kaveri 244+
Kaveri 50
Kaveri 25K55
Kaveri 25K60
Kaveri 25K45 (Bumper)
Kaveri Super 2020
Kaveri 218+

Kaveri Super 244
KMH 3696
KMH 2589
10W10 (White)
KMH 3110
KMH 6681
333 (Candy)
222 (Meeta)