Kulthi is also known as horse gram. kulthi is a type of legume, generally grown in dry agricultural areas. It is used as a staple food for horses in India. It is high-powered and hence used as feed for horses before races and although it is also commonly used in cooking. In traditional Ayurvedic cuisine, kulthi dal is considered a food with medicinal properties.
Horse gram is rich in nutrients and also contains phosphorous, calcium, protein, and iron. Therefore, it is considered very beneficial for human health. Kulthi is widely consumed as a staple diet in India.
The madiya,muriya, and halpa tribes are located in the Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh. They speak Gondi and halbi languages. They have been granted the status of a Primitive tribal group by the Government of India under its affirmative action or reservation program.They do organic farming without using pesticides.
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