Gobindobhog rice is one of the varieties of rice cultivated mostly in Bihar and West Bengal in India. It is a short grained, white, aromatic, sticky rice that derived its name from its usage as the principal ingredient in the preparation of the offerings to Govindajiu, the family deity of the Setts of Kolkata. It is staple rice for Bengalis and a specialty from Burdwan district of West Bengal.
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