Bikaneri Bhujiya is a crusty & addictive snack, which can be stored in an air-tight container for a long time. Bring home the conventional taste of Bishnlal Babulal Bhujiya of Rajasthan! Bikaneri Bhujiya is known as Bikaner of Rajasthan. It is made after making a roasting of gram flour or barley and edible in edible oil. Apart from besan, moong, malt peas etc. are also added. Bhujia is not only popular in Bikaner but also in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Bihar and West Bengal. In 1877, Bhujia was first built in Bikaner during the reign of Maharaja Dungar Singh. Since then, Bikaneri Bhujiya has become the symbol of the food culture of the country. Today, more than 50,000 tonnes of Bhujia are made every day. In Rajasthan, more than 2.5 million people work in cottage industries producing Bikaneri Bhujiya.