Bajra is a traditional Hindi name for the Pennisetum glaucum crop — also known as pearl millet. It’s likewise known as dukn, combo, gero, sanio, kambu, babala, or bulrush millet The grain is primarily grown in Africa and India, where it’s a major source of nutrition. However, it’s also grown and consumed in many other places around the world.Bajra refers to the edible seeds of pearl millet plants. They grow in various shades of white, yellow, gray, brown, and bluish-purple.
Some of the potential health benefits associated with regularly eating bajra are weight loss, improved diabetes management, and a higher intake of nutrients that support healthy hair, nails, and skin. Regularly eating bajra as part of your diet could help prevent deficiencies in these nutrients.