Unjha APMC Na Aaj Na Bhav | આજ ના ઊંઝા માર્કેટ યાર્ડ ભાવ

Unjha APMC Na Aaj Na Bhav

(20 Kg Rates)

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Contact Of Unjha Mandi

There is a temple dedicated to Hindu Goddess Umiya. Umiya is considered as a clan deity of the Kadva Patidar community. This temple located in the center of the town is a place of pilgrimage. Other major temples include the Baloj Mata temple near the bus station. There is a Dwarkadhishji Temple of Pushtimarg Vaishnava tradition located in Nava Mahad, near Brahman Chora

Unjha is known as the biggest spices and cumin seed market of Asia and one of the biggest regulated markets throughout India.

फसलें न्यूतम भाव अधिकतम भाव
Jeera (Cumin)  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Sauff (Fennel) (Variali)  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Isabgul, White  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Sarsav,Yellow ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Raido (Mustard)  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Castor Seed  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Groundnut  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Till, Seasame  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Asalio,Red ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Fenugreek, Yellow  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Ajmo – Ajwain Seed  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Suwa – Dill Seed  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Coriander Seed  ₹ 0 ₹ 0
Kalingdabij  ₹ 0 ₹ 0

Cumin seeds, known as ‘jeera‘ in Hindi is one of the main spices of garam masala and curry powders. Fennel on the other hand is known as ‘saunf’ in Hindi and is used as rubs for a number of dishes. … Cumin is especially popular for its aroma and medicinal properties

Address AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE MARKET COMMITTEE, UNJHA,
Ganjbazar,UNJHA ( N. GUJARAT ) Pin-384170,
Chairman  Shree Dineshbhai Patel,
Secretary Shree Vishnubhai Patel.
Contact +(91)-(2767) 252508, 253608, 253979
Fax +(91)-(2767) 254308
Email contact@apmcunjha.com

In India it is ma inly grown as rabi crop mainly in Gujarat and Rajasthan It is sown in Oct to November and harvested in Feb and Mar. India is the single largest producer as well as consumer of jeera in the world accounting for about 70% of world production. Other important producers of jeera are Syria, Iran, Turkey.

Shahi jeera (Kala Jeera), also known as ‘Black Caraway Seed’, is native to northern India and Central Asia. It is longer, thinner and much darker than regular cumin seeds and has earthy notes of cumin but milder and sweeter.

Cumin seeds are used as a spice for their distinctive flavour and aroma. In India, cumin has been used for millennia as a traditional ingredient of innumerable kormas, masalas, soups and other spiced gravies.Cumin seeds have an aromatic odour and bitter taste. It is used as a condiment, and is an ingredient in curry powders, seasonings of breads, cakes and cheese. Cumin can be used ground or as whole seeds. It adds an earthy and warm feeling to food, making it a staple in certain stews and soups, as well as spiced gravies.It is also used as an ingredient in some pickles and pastries. It is globally popular and an essential flavouring in many cuisines, particularly South Asian, Northern African and Latin American cuisines. In Sanskrit, cumin is known as jiraka. Jira means “that which helps digestion”. In medicine, it is used as a stimulant, carminative, stomachic and astringent.