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Paratha may or may not be Roti but it’s an Indian bread: Taxability of Paratha

June 25, 2020[2020] 117 taxmann.com 314 (Article)
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The term ‘Paratha’ is an amalgamation of two words Parat and Atta i.e. layers of cooked dough . It is generally made with fine wheat flour (Maida) . The product ‘Roti’ is called with different names in different regions of our Country. In Punjab it is called as ‘Phulka’, in Maharashtra it is called as ‘Bhakari’, etc.
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