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Beaten rice, locally called chiura is an inseparable part of our cuisine. It’s not just another food- chiura is also our tradition and culture. Even today, when farmers work on the field all day long, they enjoy their lunch- chiura and curry. It’s been in our civilization for a longer time than we can imagine. Especially in the Newari culture, chiura is a major dish during the feast. Upakar Chiura is made from rice grains that come from regions close to the Himalayas, home to a superior quality paddy. The rice grains are then carefully brought to our factories and processed by our adroit professionals using innovative technology. We struggle to keep the grains intact, big, and clean. Each procedure is checked and approved by the experts before we seal the pack filled with fresh and delicious chiura. The dried, crunchy, flattened beaten rice is served along with curries, and pickles for the best taste. Chiura is a must-have backup plan for every kitchen. On the days when we are lazy to cook and nights when we wake up hungry, chiura is always our best friend.