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Navara is referred to as “Shashtika rice” since it matures and grows in just 60 days. It has been recommended as a healthy diet for people of all ages and has been used in Ayurvedic medicine since the beginning of time.

Navara, also known as Wonder Rice, is referred to as a unique cereal having the ability to treat common illnesses affecting the digestive and respiratory systems. However, the output and quality of navara vary from place to place.

Navara is considered an endemic crop because cultivation was limited to a small area and did not spread significantly. It is known as “gold with fragrance” because a farmer can easily make a living if he has a supply of seeds with him at all times.

Traditional Ayurvedic therapies for neurological diseases, paralysis, and arthritis include “Navaratheppu” and “Navarakhi.” Additionally, Navara rice is popularly used in Ayurveda for the treatment of polio, psoriasis, rheumatism, diabetes, snake bite, peptic ulcer, emaciation of limbs, and other lifestyle-related illnesses. The special diet of Navara grains in milk is used for treating internal wounds and is also ideal for newborns. Additionally, it possesses anti-cancer qualities.




People today do not lead the same healthy and nutritious lifestyle as their ancestors. While diseases like “high blood pressure,” “diabetes,” “blood sugar,” and “cancer” have become popular terminology, they are used far too frequently. People tend to fall sick frequently due to their unhealthy food habits and lifestyle.

One of the most nutrient-dense common foods is traditional rice. According to history, ancient people cherished traditional rice varieties for their nutritional and therapeutic benefits. Ailments like heart attacks, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. were essentially unheard of in earlier times. Our forefathers led long, robust lives. Specialists attribute this to our ancestors’ diets, which prioritised rice over other foods.

 Traditional rice is the best known source of vitamin B, prevents fatty liver, aids in muscle recovery, helps lower or entirely avoid blood sugar, is high in fibre and selenium, and has no cholesterol. Additionally, traditional rice has a reputation for preventing breast cancer and gallstones.

The benefits of traditional rice are endless. It is well recognised that all types of rice aid in physical growth, a better immune system and the prevention of many diseases.




Rice is an essential component of many Indian rituals since it represents prosperity, fertility, and abundance and has life-giving properties. Numerous Indian festivals, including Onam, Pongal, and Bihu, fall around the rice harvest. The importance of rice in Indian culture is undoubtedly demonstrated by customs like offering rice to deities and customs like annaprashana, where the first meal for a newborn is made by boiling rice in milk. Both of these practises signify good fortune and luck.

Nearly half of the world’s population relies mostly on rice. Two domesticated and roughly twenty-two wild types of rice are currently available. Rice production is said to have begun around 6500 years ago. Rice is the most widely grown grain in the world and may be found in warm, tropical, and aquatic environments. Depending on the type, it can supply a variety of amounts of energy, fibre, protein, and minerals.



You can try the traditional recipe ‘karkidakakanji’, which is used as a replenishing food consumed to cure fatigue and also detoxify the body.


There are a variety of recipes using njavara rice, like payasam or kheer, njavara rice paalkanji, and making porridge using njavara rice powder.


Giving boiled njavara helps the infants gain weight as it’s an excellent weaning food.


Cooking njavara rice with milk helps to cure internal wounds.




Njavara rice is also known as a superfood because of its healing properties. It treats internal wounds, making it an ideal weaning food and superfood not only for pregnant women but also for people of all age groups.


Njavara rice is rich in Vitamin C, which helps in boosting the immune system.


It contains high fibre levels and cures bloating, constipation, and diarrhoea.


Njavara rice, cooked with milk and herbs, increases blood circulation, makes the body supple, and reduces joint stiffness.


Njavara rice’s high vitamin B1 (thiamine) concentration may be helpful in reducing muscle weakness, neuritis, and other symptoms linked to vitamin B1 insufficiency.


In order to enjoy the nutritional and therapeutic advantages, njavara rice can also be prepared in water and eaten as conventional rice with the starch water.



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