Millets Mela at Kengeri

Millets Mela at Kengeri | 9-10 December 2017 | Smart Oota Aita?

Join us for a two day Organics & Millets Mela at Kengeri organised by the Department of Agriculture, Gov’t of Karnataka.

Please visit to learn more about Millets and see the stalls set up by various millet vendors. Be sure to visit Kaulige Foods’ stall to eat some yummy millet food! Bring boxes to pack some delicacies for your friends and family.

Our menu will include our crowd favourite Navane Bisi Bele Baath, Millet Payasa and other popular Millet-based items


We will be conducting a Millet Cooking Demo from 1:30PM – 2:30PM on 9th November 2017 at the Millets Mela at Kengeri. If you have any doubts or queries, this is a great opportunity to get them cleared from our experts.



9th and 10th December, 2017
10:00am to 6:30pm


Ganesha Playground
Stage I, Kengeri Satellite Town
Bengaluru – 60

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9th December 2017

  • 11:00AM to 12:30PM – Drawing competition for children
  • 1:30PM to 2:00PM – Millet Cooking Demonstration by Kaulige Foods
    (That’s us!)
  • 2:30PM to 3:00PM – Terrace Gardening Demonstration (By Sri Arya, Bangalore)
  • 3:00PM to 3:30PM – Terrace Gardening Demonstration (By Department of Agriculture, Bangalore Urban Distt)
  • 4:00PM to 4:30PM – Inauguration of stalls
  • 5:00PM to 6:00PM – Carnatic Classical Vocal Concert (By Vidvan Abhayarangan and group, Bangalore)

9th December 2017



The organizers of the Organics and Millets Mela are Department of Agriculture, Banashankari, Bangalore & Jaivik Krishik Society. While we will be participating in the mela, Kaulige Foods is not an organiser of the event.


Millets like ragi (Finger Millet), navane (Foxtail Millet), haaraka (Kodo Millet), sajje (Pearl Millet), saame (Little Millet), baragu (Proso Millet) & Oodhalu (Barnyard) are one of the most important food sources in the Indian subcontinent. They are highly nutritious, gluten-free, non-acid forming and hence are soothing & easy to digest. Unpolished Millets contain a high amount of proteins, dietary fibre, B-complex vitamins, essential amino acids and Vitamin E. Millets are also rich in micronutrients like, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium.

Compared to polished rice, millets release glucose over a longer period of time. This lowers the risk of diabetes and deters obesity.

9 thoughts on “Millets Mela at Kengeri | 9-10 December 2017 | Smart Oota Aita?

  1. Abdulhaq Syed says:

    Dear Sir
    Can you guide me for door delivery service behind Dayanand Sagar College
    It will be of great help I want to start using millet diet.

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