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Benefits & More
  • Gluten-free – It is suitable for people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance
  • Good Source of Fibre – May aid in weight management
  • Rich In Antioxidant – May help protect from cell damage 
  • Good Source of Calcium – Promotes bone health 
  • High in Protein – Builds Muscle Strength 
  • Fibre-Rich Flour – Aids in Digestion 
  • Potassium-Rich – Promotes Heart Health
  • Rich Source of Amino Acid – Good for hair
  • Iron-Rich – Helps supply nutrients to every part of the body

Rajgira flour, also known as amaranth flour, is made from the seeds of the amaranth plant. The seeds are ground into a fine powder to produce flour, which is a staple ingredient in Indian cuisine. Rajgira flour is gluten-free, making it a popular alternative for those with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. It is also high in protein, fibre, and minerals such as iron, magnesium, and potassium.

Organic Gyaan offers premium quality rajgira atta which has a slightly nutty flavour and a light colour, making it a versatile ingredient for baking and cooking. It can be used in a variety of dishes, including roti, paratha, puri, and halwa. It can also be used to make gluten-free pasta, cakes, and cookies. Rajgira or amaranth flour is considered a healthier alternative to traditional wheat flour, and its increasing popularity has made it widely available.

Whether you are looking for a gluten-free option or simply want to incorporate more nutrient-dense ingredients into your diet, our rajgira flour is a great choice.

Amaranth Flour /Rajgira Atta Health Benefits

  • Amaranth seeds have the highest amount of protein and thus consuming amaranth flour will greatly help meet their daily protein requirements easily.
  • Rajgira is also called fibre-rich grain and thus it helps to lower cholesterol levels in the body.
  • Including amaranth in the diet is very good to control sugar levels as it has a powerful mineral on it which is manganese.
  • Amaranth flour is high in calories so it helps to make you feel fuller for a longer period of time and thus helps in weight management.
  • It is also a rich source of calcium and is thus beneficial for bone health.
  • Amaranth is gluten-free and for people who are allergic to gluten, amaranth is a wonderful choice to include in the daily diet.

Amaranth is also known by other names such as:

  • Rajgira
  • Kiwicha
  • Chaulai 
  • Chua
  • Cheera
  • Shravani Maath
How we make Activated Flour 

Certainly, the process you're describing involves soaking the millets, sun-drying them, and then stone-grinding them to create activated flour. This method is commonly used in traditional food preparation and has its own set of benefits.

Here's a more detailed step-by-step guide based on the process you've mentioned:

Ingredients and Equipment:

  1. Millets (any variety you prefer)
  2.  Water for soaking
  3. Stone grinder or any suitable grinding equipment


  1. Soaking:
  • Measure the desired amount of millets and rinse them thoroughly under running water.
  • Place the millets in a bowl and cover them with enough water. Allow them to soak for 6 to 8 hours. This soaking process helps soften the millets and makes them easier to grind.
  1. Sun Drying:
  • After soaking, drain the water from the millet.
  • Spread the soaked millets evenly on a clean cloth or tray to allow them to sun-dry. Ensure they are exposed to sunlight for several hours until they are completely dried. The drying process may take a day or more, depending on the sunlight available.
  1. Stone Grinding:

Once the millets are thoroughly dried, use a stone grinder or any suitable grinding equipment to grind them into flour. The stone grinding method is often preferred for its ability to retain the nutritional integrity of the grains.

  1. Sieve if Necessary:

After grinding, you may choose to sieve the flour to achieve a finer texture, removing any larger particles.

Activated millet flour obtained through this process is likely to have a distinct flavor and nutritional profile due to the traditional methods used. It can be used in a variety of recipes, such as bread, pancakes, or other baked goods. Always follow food safety guidelines and use the activated millet flour as specified in your recipes.

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