• Basmati Rice
Sahir Impex Private Limited is associated with one of India’s most well reputed manufacturing units in vicinity of Distt. Karnal (Haryana), the factory being spread over an area of 22 Acres. The factory has complete in-house set up and is a prominent manufacturer and exporter of Basmati and Non-BasmatiRice.

The automated processing unit is well equipped with the latest technology. Plant and Machinery is imported from U.K, Japan & Thailand, so the best quality results can be obtained in processing and milling of Rice which enables us to give our Careers best quality rice with 100% customer satisfaction.

What is Basmati ?

The name Basmati comes from the Hindi language, Bas + mati, meaning ‘Queen of Fragrance’.Indian Basmati has been grown in the foothills of the Himalayas and elsewhere around North India for thousands of years including Haryana & Punjab which has today earned the sobriquet ‘the rice bowl of India’. Its perfumy, nutlike flavor and aroma can be attributed to the fact that the grain is aged to decrease its moisture content. When cooked, it swells only lengthwise, resultingin long slender grains that are dry, separate and fluffy.

Due to the high amount of starch clinging to the rice grains, Basmati riceshould always be washed before being cooked.Basmati rice is known as the queen of rice. It is long grained, non-glutinous and particularly good for formal rice cooking. Basmati Rice is a simple grain yet throughout history it has been on royal menus of various cultures as the main dish.It has anexceptional length of grain, which increases substantially on cooking. The cooked grain has high integrity and high discretenessand distinctive aroma, taste and mouth feel.There is an old Indian saying ... “Grains of rice should be like two brothers -close but not stuck together. Basmati, a long-grained rice with a fine texture is the costliest rice in the world and has been favored by Emperors and praised by Poets for hundreds of years.Basmati have for thousands of years been appreciated in its origin countries and during the latest years have the market shares inMiddle East, Europe, Canada and United States increased rapidly when consumers have found the high quality in Basmati rice.