Khoba Rajasthani Roti(Bread)खोबा राजस्थानी रोटी (रोटी)

Rajasthan is The ‘Land of Kings’. It is about 5000 years old. The design for this bread looks like,”sun” because they are,” SURYAVANSHI”.

Normally food is the little bit spicy. According to history and our grandparents, “Rajasthani food has the war-like lifestyles.

Food that could last for several days and could be eaten without heating was preferable. The scarcity of water and fresh green vegetables have all had their effect on the cooking.

So delicious.:)


राजस्थान ‘राजाओं की भूमि’ है। यह लगभग 5000 साल पुराना है। इस रोटी के लिए डिजाइन “सूर्य” जैसा दिखता है क्योंकि वे हैं, “सूर्यवंशी”।आम तौर पर खाना थोड़ा मसालेदार होता है। इतिहास और हमारे दादा दादी के मुताबिक, “राजस्थानी भोजन में युद्ध की तरह जीवन शैली है।भोजन जो कई दिनों तक टिक सकता है और हीटिंग के बिना खाया जा सकता है बेहतर था। पानी और ताजा हरी सब्जियों की कमी ने खाना पकाने पर अपना असर डाला है।बहुत स्वादिष्ट।:)

Author: Babl

Royal India- History of King royal India. We love to learn and write about India with a rich history.

11 thoughts on “Khoba Rajasthani Roti(Bread)खोबा राजस्थानी रोटी (रोटी)”

    1. I know this is thick and little bit hard bread. If you really want to eat this Roti, eat with tomato, lentil, broccoli cheddar soup. Leave Roti in the warm soup for few minutes it will become soggy. Yes, this is the beautiful bread.:)


  1. Its like you read my mind! You appear to know a lot about this,
    like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you can do
    with some pics to drive the message home a bit,
    but other than that, this is wonderful blog. An excellent read.

    I will certainly be back.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you so much. I don’t know so much. I like to read and describe, connect with my childhood memories. I like writing a post.:)


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