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Aashirwad Shudh Chakki Atta 30 KG + Freebie (Worth Upto Rs.155) @ 751/-

Aashirwad Shudh Chakki Atta 30 KG + Freebie (Worth Upto Rs.155) @ 751/-

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Itc and saffola etc are increasing the prices like hell. Mrp of this 10kg pack was 370 now it’s 410 and amazon pantry was selling it at 311 and now I bought the same at 490😣

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Is it my ultrafast jio 4g or the site really down?

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Thanks ordered Aashirvaad ghee 2litres. Chose ghee for the Rs 1 offer also. Payment gateway seems not working properly. Tried two different hdfc credit cards, UPI etc. Finally HDFC netbanking worked.

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IndianDimer wrote:

Is it my ultrafast jio 4g or the site really down?

This site is very very slow. I got a coupon from phonepe last month. Fed up of site slowness and left it.

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chota_chattri wrote:

Itc and saffola etc are increasing the prices like hell. Mrp of this 10kg pack was 370 now it’s 410 and amazon pantry was selling it at 311 and now I bought the same at 490😣

Everything is expensive now – ordinary notebooks to washing detergents. At first I thought online sellers might be inflating the mrp but when I went to buy at stores, all mrps are increased 3-10 times😭
Only a few handful companies didn’t resort to thuggery.
They’ve all increased prices like crazy after 3 months lockdown.

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dcb_lover wrote:

Thanks ordered Aashirvaad ghee 2litres. Chose ghee for the Rs 1 offer also. Payment gateway seems not working properly. Tried two different hdfc credit cards, UPI etc. Finally HDFC netbanking worked.

Please let us know experience delivery.

And trying this ghee first time or have liked in the past and so repeated?

Finally how much it is costing per kilo or litre?

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chota_chattri wrote:

Itc and saffola etc are increasing the prices like hell. Mrp of this 10kg pack was 370 now it’s 410 and amazon pantry was selling it at 311 and now I bought the same at 490😣

In some product lines, cost gone up.
Sanitizers are cheaper now😅.
Dettol😠 used to loot previously (2 years back) and charged over 80 rupees for 50ml mini bottle.
Now 25 rupees average.

But in pulses, sugars and things, the import policy.

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In some product lines, cost gone up.
Sanitizers are cheaper now😅.
Dettol😠 used to loot previously (2 years back) and charged over 80 rupees for 50ml mini bottle.
Now 25 rupees average.

But in pulses, sugars and things, the import policy.

Dettol products were cheaper! I actually got quite a loot back in 2018 whn amazon gave 50% off coupons on already 50% off Dettol and other similar products.
I bought tons of those and stock finally got over on early 2020 sweat_smile

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Please let us know experience delivery.

And trying this ghee first time or have liked in the past and so repeated?

Finally how much it is costing per kilo or litre?

I had bought this Aashirvaad Svasti Cow Ghee 4 months back and trust me it was the best cow ghee I’ve ever eaten when compared to other brands be it Patanjali, Amul, Dabur etc.

The ghee aroma is too strong and it don’t get frozen in room temperature easily.

But definitely I want to see other’s reviews on this as well.🙂

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rini50 wrote:

Dettol products were cheaper! I actually got quite a loot back in 2018 whn amazon gave 50% off coupons on already 50% off Dettol and other similar products.
I bought tons of those and stock finally got over on early 2020 sweat_smile

Yes, possible.

But I meant M.R.P.
Like you mentioned brother, that brands resorting to thuggery.
Now printed price of Dettol 500nl gel sanitizer itself is ₹250.

And yes, just bought 200ml in “pack of 3” few days back on Amazon, with flat 30% off plus 10% subscription off plus already discounted plus Amazon pay added at discount; so getting for peanuts.

But at the same time, buying Sunflower scented🤬🤯 palmolein oil at prices of Castrol high end engine oil is really hurtful.

But this is India, corporate thugs rule roost. And frauds, quacks become marketeers and ambassadors of products.
B stards pose as ascetics, but fly in private helicopters, jets with top end, multi layer security while marketing white-flour (maida) noodles as wheat-flour (aata) noodles and claiming to ‘cure’ HIV, cancer and even changing people’s sexual orientation.

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Yes, possible.

But I meant M.R.P.
Like you mentioned brother, that brands resorting to thuggery.
Now printed price of Dettol 500nl gel sanitizer itself is ₹250.

And yes, just bought 200ml in “pack of 3” few days back on Amazon, with flat 30% off plus 10% subscription off plus already discounted plus Amazon pay added at discount; so getting for peanuts.

But at the same time, buying Sunflower scented🤬🤯 palmolein oil at prices of Castrol high end engine oil is really hurtful.

But this is India, corporate thugs rule roost. And frauds, quacks become marketeers and ambassadors of products.
B stards pose as ascetics, fly in private helicopters, jets with top end, multi layer security while marketing white-flour (maida) noodles as wheat-flour (aata) noodles and claiming to ‘cure’ HIV, cancer and even changing people’s sexual orientation.

I agree. 97% of things mrps have tripled (or more) up after lockdown was over and it’s not going down at all ☹️
Even channel prices have increased after 2019.
It’s very difficult for us middle class. Even those celebrities who were vocal during congress rule are suddenly quiet now and some even deleted their old price rise tweets.
I know no political parties will give a crap to reduce this.

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shubhamp98 wrote:

I had bought this Aashirvaad Svasti Cow Ghee 4 months back and trust me it was the best cow ghee I’ve ever eaten when compared to other brands be it Patanjali, Amul, Dabur etc.

The ghee aroma is too strong and it don’t get frozen in room temperature easily.

But definitely I want to see other’s reviews on this as well.🙂

Thanks for the reply and review, update.


Since most, if not all, packaged items missold as ghee are not actually ghee, we avoid it for daily use.

But few brands are still better than others. In south India Nandini is popularly known to be good.
In west India Amul, Dynamix, Gowardhan are there.

None of these is “ghee” though.


Only if the top layer cream (malaai) from boiled milk is turned into butter,
or traditional desi curd is churned to get buttermilk and then the buttet from that is scooped, separated
can there ever be “ghee”.
Machine made and industrialised processing simply put livestock on feeders and pump the milk out of them to mechanical centrifuges, where the cream is artifically extracted from ‘raw’ milk (sometimes this step us done even before pasteurisation).

And this cream is heated in bulk, to get whatever is marketed as ‘ghee’.

But in reality, for getting ‘ghee’
Milk > boiling and cooling at room temperatures > curd > buttermilk > churn the butter out > heat the butter in controlled settings with personal supervision > ghee.

Elders, ladies in our homes with enough experience would even reheat or process the ones bought from the local dairy, if some batch they felt was not up to mark.

And eyes closed they could and do tell them apart. The ghee (made from butter, traditional non industrialised processing) from the synthetically processed and packaged products.

Even an elderly cousin uncle, when served a phulka/chapati with package (so called) ghee, to test the family
he on his own, without being asked
had later mentioned that that phulka/ghee on it tasted unusual.

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rini50 wrote:

I know no political parties will give a crap to reduce this.

Even the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, also known as North Korea) has ‘elections’.😉

And the 500-600 🐗pigturds💩 we send to the parliament too are well aware of it that we, the f cking fools who vote and pay taxes, merrily dance to their tunes
in return for whatever they (700-800 pigturds in the parliament) project as ‘favours’.
So all we need is to have more scheduled, unscheduled elections and hope for the right pigturd to be there at thr right place, at the right time.

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printer wrote:

Thanks for the reply and review, update.


Since most, if not all, packaged items missold as ghee are not actually ghee, we avoid it for daily use.

But few brands are still better than others. In south India Nandini is popularly known to be good.
In west India Amul, Dynamix, Gowardhan are there.

None of these is “ghee” though.


Only if the top layer cream (malaai) from boiled milk is turned into butter,
or traditional desi curd is churned to get buttermilk and then the buttet from that is scooped, separated
can there ever be “ghee”.
Machine made and industrialised processing simply put livestock on feeders and pump the milk out of them to mechanical centrifuges, where the cream is artifically extracted from ‘raw’ milk (sometimes this step us done even before pasteurisation).

And this cream is heated in bulk, to get whatever is marketed as ‘ghee’.

But in reality, for getting ‘ghee’
Milk > boiling and cooling at room temperatures > curd > buttermilk > churn the butter out > heat the butter in controlled settings with personal supervision > ghee.

Elders, ladies in our homes with enough experience would even reheat or process the ones bought from the local dairy, if some batch they felt was not up to mark.

And eyes closed they could and do tell them apart. The ghee (made from butter, traditional non industrialised processing) from the synthetically processed and packaged products.

Even an elderly cousin uncle, when served a phulka/chapati with package (so called) ghee, to test the family
he on his own, without being asked
had later mentioned that that phulka/ghee on it tasted unusual.

Completely agree with your points.
Even my mom was used to make ghee at home by collecting malaai of buffalo milk. It smelled too bad when we boil that malaai 🤣 but I must say there is a potential difference in the taste of Home made ghee and the ghee bought from market.

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shubhamp98 wrote:
It smelled too bad when we boil that malaai 🤣

Thanks a ton for confirming this.
I often felt guilty as though I am over-reacting.
It does get strong, and I always felt sorry for those involved in making it.
Till eventually I realised that finally nostrils and mind both give up😆.
Sometimes people get “used to” stuff, if repeated often.

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shubhamp98 wrote:

Completely agree with your points.
Even my mom was used to make ghee at home by collecting malaai of buffalo milk. It smelled too bad when we boil that malaai 🤣 but I must say there is a potential difference in the taste of Home made ghee and the ghee bought from market.

My mom makes this Ghee (from buffalo milk malai) – From childhood I have not eaten any other ghee with Chapattis, Parathas, etc. and No other milk apart from direct buffalo farm. We were into Dairy Farming Business but had to shut down in 2003. Very rarely we have tried Amul / other brand milk for tea and curd but as soon as we taste it, can make it out it is not the original milk / ghee. Fyi – cost of this original ghee is Rs. 850-900 per kg. My mom sells it to neighborhood at times when we have extra.

Edit – Any dimer from Mumbai, wants ghee at this price do let me know, I will personally deliver it without shipping charge – courtesy Desidime blush

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Smak wrote:

We were into Dairy Farming Business but had to shut down in 2003. .

Happy to note rest of the personal experience of always getting fresh, unpausterised or without preservatives product.
And sorry to note that almost two decades back the dairy/ trading business of your joint/family got shut.

But that still makes me wonder about

whether choosing buffaloes over other livestock was a conscious choice
Or you all 🙂 got to try the milk, butter, ghee from other cattle or goats/ sheep etcetera.

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Smak wrote:

My mom makes this Ghee (from buffalo milk malai) – From childhood I have not eaten any other ghee with Chapattis, Parathas, etc. and No other milk apart from direct buffalo farm. We were into Dairy Farming Business but had to shut down in 2003. Very rarely we have tried Amul / other brand milk for tea and curd but as soon as we taste it, can make it out it is not the original milk / ghee. Fyi – cost of this original ghee is Rs. 850-900 per kg. My mom sells it to neighborhood at times when we have extra.

Same here. We were used to make Ghee at home in past. Back then it was really easy to get fresh buffalo milk as there were so many dairies nearby our area. But as you know in Urban city now getting pure buffalo milk directly from dairy is nearly impossible. So we had to switch Packed milk as well as packed ghee. 🥲

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Please let us know experience delivery.

And trying this ghee first time or have liked in the past and so repeated?

Finally how much it is costing per kilo or litre?

I have ordered from itcstore before and delivery experience was ok not too great. They rely on third party delivery so all items were put in one single bag. Luckily the choco roll sticks which was also part of the order did not crumble.

We have moved to Ashirvaad ghee this year and found it better than Amul Cow Ghee which we were using all these years. Of course price is much more than Amul. As shareholder of ITC, doing my little bit to increase their revenue.

2 X Rs.568.70 Rs.1,137.40

DISCOUNT CODE : (ITCstoreBuyBlast) Rs.-350.00
SUBTOTAL : Rs.788.40
So per litre it is costing 788/2 = Rs 394/-
You also get to choose a product for Rs 1/- Selected 100ml ghee which was around Rs 70-80.

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dcb_lover wrote:

As shareholder of ITC, doing my little bit to increase their revenue.

Rest of your review, feedbacks too appreciated and thanked for too.🙂

We were sort of in the same boat with Century Textiles or Grasim but mostly due to the coupons that were sent to us/ shareholders.


But overall it is VERY important to NEVER get emotional with investments or in professional dealings.
Like my mother and my aunt (her bhabhi) even settled the ‘hisaab’/monetary transactions to THE LAST rupee.
Often they would go to procure the groceries or such heavy duty shopping for dry fruits or oils, ghee and then they wouls after few weeks or months when they met, settle the “to and fro” transactions.


The point being, isolate the investor in you to not let the consumer in you influence the investor.
And hopefully the other way round too.

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Also to add we do make ghee from A2 Cows milk which we get daily but the amount produced is very less. Do try Ashirvaad ghee, i think you all will like the smell/taste.

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