Basmati Rice Export from India to Azerbaijan

Basmati Rice Export from India to Azerbaijan


People love their comfort level zone way too much and having the best cooked Basmati Rice as their favourite dish take their comfort zone to the next level. To maintain that level of cozziness and love SSI took a step forward in the rice export market as stand out as the best Basmati Rice Export from India to Azerbaijan. The Company well-known for its quality products and the best Basmati Rice turns out as the best among the other compititors.

SSI Basmati not only exports the Indian Basmati Rice locally but also, are known for the Basmati Rice export to Azerbaijan from India and many other countries. When we talk about the exporting of Indian Basmati Rice to other countries, Azerbaijan is also one of them.

Varities of Rice offered by Shiv Shakti Internationals to Azerbaijan

Rice is one of the most cosumed edible item and are is loved by people worldwide. There are basically three major types of rice that are exported by SSI and those are:-

Basmati Rice: Basmati rice is one of the most loved rice worldwide because of its long-grain rice variety that are basically cultivated in the India sub-continent. The SSI Basmati rice are renowned for its unique aroma, delicate flavor, and distinctively slender grains, Basmati rice is highly prized worldwide.

Type of Basmati Rice that are Exported from India to Azerbaijan

Traditional Basmati Rice

Pusa Basmati Rice

1401 Basmati Rice

1509 Basmati Rice

Sugandha Basmati Rice

Sharbati Basmati Rice

1718 Basmati Rice

Non- Basmati Rice: Non-basmati rice refers to a variety of rice grains that do not belong to the basmati rice category. Unlike basmati, which is known for its long, slender grains and distinct aroma, non-basmati rice comes in various shapes, sizes, and textures. Non-basmati rice is widely cultivated across different regions of the world and is a staple food for millions due to its versatility, affordability, and nutritional value.

Types of Non- basmati rice that are exported from India to Azerbaijan

PR11 Non Basmati Rice

PR14 Non Basmati Rice

Parmal Non Basmati Rice

Round Non Basmati Rice

Jeera Rice

Sona Masuri Rice

Organic Rice: Organic rice is an important part of many cuisines around the world, and it doesn't have any chemicals on it. Scientific tests have shown that it is healthier and better for you than regular rice. The organic basmati rice that is on offer is carefully made with your health and quality worries in mind. Some of the health benefits of rice are that it gives you quick energy, helps you have better bowel movements, keeps your blood sugar levels stable, and slows down the aging process.

Types of Organic Rice that are exported from India to Azerbaijan

Organic 1121 Basmati Rice

Organic 1509 Basmati Rice

Organic Sugandha Basmati Rice

Organic Sharbati Basmati Rice

Rice in the Markets of Azerbaijan

In the bustling markets of Azerbaijan, rice stands out as a staple food item. Imported and locally produced rice varieties are readily available, catering to diverse tastes and preferences. Basmati and Jasmine rice are popular choices, prized for their fragrance and flavor, while short-grain and long-grain varieties offer versatility in cooking.

Visitors to Azerbaijani markets will find an array of rice types neatly displayed in sacks or bins, inviting shoppers to explore the options. From white to brown rice, parboiled to wild rice and basmati rice the selection is extensive, accommodating traditional dishes and modern culinary creations alike.

Rice plays a crucial role in Azerbaijani cuisine, often served as a base for hearty pilafs or paired with flavorful meat and vegetable dishes. It is also an essential ingredient in sweets and desserts, adding texture and substance to treats like rice pudding and baklava.

The availability of rice in Azerbaijani markets reflects its significance in the country's culinary landscape, making it a staple in households and restaurants across the nation. Whether enjoyed as a simple side dish or as part of a lavish feast, rice continues to be a beloved ingredient in Azerbaijani cooking.


Plov holds a special place in Azerbaijani cuisine as the nation's beloved national dish. This rice-based delicacy is cherished across the country and boasts a remarkable diversity, with over 40 regional variations. One such variant, Shah plov, is particularly celebrated in the region of Ganja.

Shah plov is a culinary masterpiece characterized by its rich flavors and aromatic spices. It typically features tender pieces of lamb or beef, fragrant rice, and an assortment of vegetables such as carrots, onions, and dried fruits like apricots or raisins. What sets Shah plov apart is its preparation method, which involves layering the ingredients in a special pot called a "kazan" and slow-cooking them to perfection over an open flame.

The result is a mouthwatering dish that delights the senses with its tantalizing aroma and complex flavors. Shah plov is often served on special occasions and gatherings, symbolizing hospitality and generosity in Azerbaijani culture. Its popularity extends beyond Ganja, earning it a cherished place on dining tables throughout Azerbaijan and beyond.

Why Azerbaijini Choose Indian Basmati Rice?

Exceptional Quality and Aroma: Indian Basmati rice is renowned for its delicate fragrance and long grains, which enhance the flavor of Azerbaijani dishes which not only tickle the taste buds but also, gives a better eating experience.

Superior Quality and Consistency: One of the best point why they choose Indian basmati rice as these basmati rice undergoes meticulous cultivation and processing techniques, resulting in consistent quality and non-sticky texture when cooked.

Healthier Option: With a low glycemic index and high nutritional value, Basmati rice is perceived as a healthier choice, appealing to health-conscious consumers.

Wide Availability: Indian Basmati rice is widely available in Azerbaijani markets, making it convenient for consumers to access and use in their cooking.

Culinary Versatility: Basmati rice's unique aroma and texture make it suitable for a variety of Azerbaijani dishes, from pilafs to curries, adding sophistication to meals.

Cultural Significance: Basmati rice has become ingrained in Azerbaijani culinary culture, symbolizing quality, taste, and tradition in cooking.

Preference for Premium Ingredients: The country people appreciate the premium quality and reputation of Indian Basmati rice, choosing it for everyday meals and special occasions alike.

Lets explore the top countries and cities in Azerbaijan where our basmati rice is exported.

India sends the most Basmati rice to Azerbaijan than any other country. SSI is a well-known name in the rice business. We are known for selling the best rice in Azerbaijan and ship it all over the country. Many countries buy basmati rice from SSI. Here are some of them:








Babek, (Baku the capital and largest city of Azerbaijan)








When you choose Shiv Shakti International as the best Basmati Rice export to Azerbaijan from India, you can rest assured that your orders will be handled efficiently and delivered on time, every time. We understand the importance of consistency and dependability in business, and we are committed to upholding these values in everything we do.