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Its local names include “Ragi” in Kannada, Hindi and Telugu, “Nachni” in Marathi, “Madua” in Bengali and “Kezhvaragu” in Tamil.
The common English name of Ragi is finger millet, owing to the appearance of the head of the grain comprising five spikes and thus, resembling the five fingers attached to the palm of the hand.
The once well-known cereal is however totally absent in most people’s diets today. the crop was probably, and has been found in archeological excavations in the Harappan Civilization.
Have it as a ragi mudde ( ragi balls) , ragi malt, in ragi dosa, used in baking cookies, ragi ladoo and halwa too.