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Bihar Makhana

The name Mithila is believed to be derived from the King Mithi and Janaka was his father. The later kings of Mithila adopted the title Janaka. The most famous Janaka was Seeradhwaja Janaka, the father of Sita. “Makhana” is derived from the Sanskrit word for grain Mak. Mak is the meaning of sacrifice. Makhana or Fox nut or Gorgon nut (Euryale feroxsalisb) is an important aquatic cash crop, belonging to the family Nymphaeaceae.

Bihar is the first state in the country and India is the first country in the world to popularize Makhana as a commercial aquatic horticultural fruit crop. It grows in the stagnant water of wetlands or ponds in eastern Asia, they have been used in Chinese medicine for 3000 years and find an important place in the science of Ayurveda too. 

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