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Rice is one of the most popular and widely consumed staple foods, especially in Asia & Africa. It is the world’s third-most-produced agricultural commodity. It is often planted as an annual plant, although it may thrive as a perennial crop in tropical regions. Rice comes in about 40,000 different kinds across the world and is divided into two categories: Basmati and Non-Basmati. These two major groups encompass a wide range of variations.

Basmati rice is a kind of rice that is commonly found in India. It has a wonderful fragrance and is noted for its long, thin grain, and is known for its distinct flavor all over the world. It goes well with biryani, fried rice, pilaf, and a variety of other popular meals. India is a significant supplier of basmati rice. Non-basmati rice refers to all rice types other than basmati. Some rice varieties are long and thin, while others are short and dense. Non-Basmati rice is utilized in households on a regular basis, as well as for commercial purposes.