Super Premium Sharbati Whole Wheat Flour


 “Sharbati” is the most premium type of wheat available in the country. There is the black and alluvial fertile soil in the Sehore area which is suitable for the production of Sharbati wheat.

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When you imagine Indian flatbread, you might think of naan, but there’s a lot more you can do with whole-wheat flour, especially when you use Sharbati.

  • Specialty: Certified organic, sharbati (mp wheat variety)- roti/ chapati made of sharbati atta is much softer and tasty than other variety wheat aata and sharbati wheat atta has higher protein and fiber than normal variety atta which can prove beneficial for the body.

  • Storage Instructions: Keep in a cool and dry place

  • This is a Vegetarian product. 

  • High-quality MP Sharbat Wheat being used - sourced directly from the farmers

  • Made by traditional chakki method and is not refined 100% Flour 0%, Maida

  • A major source of energy in our diet  

  • A good source of protein, B vitamins & vitamin E -Rich in bran which contains a significant amount of dietary fiber

  • The manufactured process ensures 100% pure and natural whole wheat atta and retention of its natural dietary fibers and nutrients

  • The essential nutrition remains locked in the whole wheat atta which helps in easy digestion and supports immunity

  • A fully automatic machine ensures 100% hygiene

  • The dough made from Superior MP Atta absorbs more water making the Rotis soft, fluffy, and delicious 

“Sharbati” is the most premium type of wheat available in the country. Sharbati wheat is grown in abundance in the Sehore area. There is a black and alluvial fertile soil in the Sehore area which is suitable for the production of Sharbati wheat. Sharbati wheat is also called The Golden Grain because its color is golden, it looks heavy on the palm and its taste is sweet, hence its name is Sharbati. As the name suggests, Sharbati variety wheat is slightly sweeter in test probably due to the presence of slightly more amount of simple sugars like glucose and sucrose as compared to other wheat varieties.  

Sharbati wheat is derived from the wheat grown in the Sehore and Vidisha regions of MP. Also known as the MP wheat, Sharbati atta is sweeter in taste and better in texture. The grains of Sharbati atta are bigger and have a golden sheen to them.

An interesting fact about Sharbati atta is that drought brings out the best quality in this wheat. Being rainwater irrigated, the soil for Sharbati wheat is high in potash content and low in humidity. This amazingly ends up increasing the protein content of the wheat by almost 2% more as compared to the wheat atta. This also leads to the Sharbati wheat crop skipping the requirement of pesticides being used. Hence the flour from the sharbati wheat crop automatically qualifies as better flour than the rest.


Being a crop from drought-stricken Shehore, Sharbati wheat grains have lesser water content in them. This makes the atta a little dry. Hence making dough from the Sharbati atta requires more water. This makes the chapatis and Rotis made from sharbati wheat flour softer and fluffier.


This gehu curbs our carbohydrate intake, organically. Each serving of the Sharbati atta has about 110 calories, with the total carb at 23 g (approximately) and 4 grams of dietary fiber. This leads to a healthy balance with Rotis or chapatis being a staple in our diet.


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