All black Urdu or black gram or black lentil is a bean grown in South Asia. Black Gram has been grown in India since ancient times. It is an erect, sub-erect or trailing grass, densely hairy. The root of the tap produces a branched root system with smooth, rounded nodules. The pods are narrow, cylindrical and up to 6 cm long. The whole bean, or the split and unpacked variety are used to make dal, to accompany rotis and rice. It is also used to make the famous idli and dosa of southern India.
Laxmi Toor Dal, brand name, which is liked and known for its high quality and delicious toor taste. It all began 4-5 decades back with late SHRI SHANABHAI DARUBHAI PATEL, who started off by working in a small pulse processing plant at Vasad - the leading TOOR DAL processing centre in the world.
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