Sorghum is a robust grass that produces delicious starchy seeds. Sorghum is also called Jowar, Cholam, or Jonna in India. It is a versatile crop with several applications in various sectors and is exported in a variety of types and quality levels. Sorghum is a significant food crop in Africa, it is utilized as a food source, as well as hay and fodder. Sorghum is prized in hot and dry areas for its drought and heat resilience. It is used in the production of edible oil, flour, dextrose, and alcoholic drinks, the crop stalks are utilized as feed and construction materials, brooms and brushes are also made from sorghum.