India is a country worshiping nature since centuries, and it has the longest tradition of Vegetation and Vegan foods. Majority of Indians are Vegan and uses farm produces. Agriculture is the biggest industry in India. The features of weather, geography, and soil of India are diverse. As a consequence, a range of crops are grown in the country. India produces food grains, spices, seeds and pulses, vegetables, fruits, nuts & beverages.
Given below are the names of various crops, vegetables, and fruits that are cultivated in India:
• Food grains including Wheat, Rice, Jowar, Ragi and Bajra (millets), Sorghum
• Spices including Cardamom, Nutmeg and mace, Garlic, Turmeric, Ginger, Dry chillies and peppers, Coriander, Anise
• Seeds and pulses including Safflower seeds, Castor oil seeds, Pulses, Sesame seeds, Cotton seed and lint, Lentil, Fennel
• Vegetables including Lemons, Chickpeas, Okra, Cauliflowers, Green peas, Pumpkins, Potatoes, Gourds, Tomatoes, Cabbages, Onions, Dry beans, Limes, Pigeon peas, Brinjal
• Fruits including Coconuts, Banana, Mangoes, Guavas, Squashes, Sugarcane, Tropical fresh fruit
• Nuts including Cashew nuts, Groundnut
• Beverages including Tea, Coffee
India has a great tradition of use spices and vegetable in cooking. Taking from the North India to South and Western India to East, Indians might be enjoying more than several thousand of food varieties. They are fond of sweets, spiced vegetables, milk made items with wheat and rice products.
You can enjoy here the recipes of West Indian, South Indian and North Indian most famous cuisine by Niyati Panchal (instagram/niyatihardy).