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Mattu Gulla growers hope to make profits before season ends-GI Tag

Mattu Gulla growers hope to make profits before the season ends With Udupi district coming under the green zone, prospects have brightened for the growers of Mattu Gulla, brinjal enjoying the Geographical Indication (GI) tag, owing to improvement in transportation and relaxation in lockdown hours. Mattu Gulla is grown by about 150 farmers in Mattu and its surrounding villages, on 129 hectares in the district. This brinjal is known for its unique taste, and a curry prepared from t

GI tag for Jharkhand’s Sohrai Khovar painting, Telangana’s Telia Rumal

GI tag for Jharkhand’s Sohrai Khovar painting, Telangana’s Telia Rumal Introduction Jharkhand’s Sohrai Khovar painting and Telangana’s Telia Rumal were given the Geographical Indication (GI) tag on Tuesday by the Geographical Indications Registry headquartered in Chennai. Sohrai Khovar “The Sohrai Khovar painting is a traditional and ritualistic mural art being practised by local tribal women during local harvest and marriage seasons using local, n

GI Tag to White Onion

GI Tag to White Onion Alibag’s white onion gets GI tagged, to benefit farmers as white onion will get the premium price. About white onion With its picturesque beaches, Alibag, in the Raigad district of Maharashtra, is one of the popular tourist spots. This historic place will now be recognized for Geographical Indication (GI) tagged white onion. The GI for this onion, characterized by its sweetness, has been accepted. The GI tag gives a unique identity to the white

GI Tag to Mithila Makhana/Foxnut

GI Tag to Mithila Makhana/Foxnut The Union Government recently recognized Mithila Makhana in Bihar with the Geographical Indication (GI) Tag. The Mithilanchal Makhana Utpadak Sangh is the name under which the GI has been registered. Mithila Makhana and Bihar            This is Bihar's fifth product to receive the GI Label. Prior to this, the Jardalu Mango from Bhagalpur, the Katarni Dhaan (rice), the Magahi Paan fro

Japan seeks GI tag for Nihonshu

Japan seeks GI tag for Nihonshu Nihonshu/Japanese sake, an alcoholic beverage, has been submitted for a Geographical Indication (GI) tag by the Japanese Embassy in New Delhi. This is the first product from Japan to submit an application for a tag at the Chennai Geographical Indication Registry. Regarding Nihonshu This fermenting rice-based beverage is regarded as a rare and priceless commodity. Nihonshu is typically consumed on special occasions like holidays, wedd

Kalanamak Rice

Kalanamak Rice Indian Agriculture Research Institute has successfully tested two new dwarf varieties — Pusa Narendra Kalanamak 1638 and Pusa Narendra Kalanamak 1652 — in Uttar Pradesh that give double the yield. The breeding programme is done by bringing the dwarfing genes from the rice variety Bindli Mutant 68, and also the gene of Pusa Basmati 1176 was used as a parent to cross with Kalanamak, and the progenies were further back-crossed with Kalanamak to restore its quality

Pashmina Shawl

Pashmina Shawl Customs officials recently voiced complaints over the presence of "Shahtoosh" guard hair, which comes from endangered Tibetan antelopes, in Pashmina shawls in many of their export shipments. Describe Pashmina. Pashmina is a type of wool with a Geographical Indication (GI) label that originates in the Indian state of Kashmir. In the past, the Kashmiri people relied on Pashmina shawls to keep them warm in the winter. The word "Pashmina" d

Kashmiri Pashmina Shawl

Kashmiri Pashmina Shawl Famous pashmina shawls from Kashmir, known for generations for their exquisite buta or paisley patterns, received a French influence. The change from exquisite embroidery to abstract paintings on Kashmiri shawls has brought back the cloth with a more modern look. About The Pashmina: The Persian word "Pashm," which meaning "soft gold," is where the name "pashmina" originates. Cashmere, an animal fibre obtained from the


01 Feb,2024

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