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Pulasa Price with Shipping  - Raw fish without cutting.

750 Gm   3999/-Rs
1 Kg            5499/-Rs
1.5 Kg        6499/-Rs
2 Kg            7999/-Rs 

( Cutting per Kg 30/-Rs ) Curry Cooking 650/-Rs Per Kg Extra

Shipment Delivery is to the closest bus stop or Railway station. Not home delivery. 

Book today to ship tomorrow. No COD. Pulasa Curry Cooking Available. 

Shipping Terms & Conditions Apply - We use RTC/Indian Railways Logistics to ship.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this fish Original? Yes 100% Original We are selling "Pulasa" from the last 15 years our customers are VIP's like Doctors, Business People, Politicians, Film Actors, Police, Government Officiers, etc. 

Can you export Pulasa? No

Where is the fish catch location? Dowleswaram , Yanam, Andhra Pradesh, India.

How many Pieces will get after cutting? 5-6 Pices Based on Size

How many grams we will get after cutting 1 kg fish? 700-750 gms

How to book the order? Call below number or text in whatsapp to book the order.

Contact: Tel +91 955 015 3271 | Whatsapp Click here

Pulasa Fish

The fish Ilish (Pulasa) migrates from Australia, New Zealand, and Tanzania to India. This fish cannot be raised in artificial ponds. It is a saltwater fish that migrates to the Godavari River to deposit eggs. They swim back to the sea after depositing eggs in the Godavari River. They were grabbed in the nets of fisherman while swimming back.

When the fish enters the waters of Godavari from the sea to lay eggs, its colour changes and its flavour improves. Pulasa is a popular, uncommon, and delectable saltwater fish found in just a few locations along the rivers Godavari and Krishna in Andhra Pradesh. It is a seasonal fish that is only accessible during the flood season in July, August, and September. The oil in the Pulasa is high in 16:0 and 18:1 omega 3 fatty acids. Pulasa's distinct flavour is attributable to fatty acids such as stearic acid, olic acid, and poly-unsaturated fatty acids.

Despite the fact that it is fatty and contains cholesterol, it has been shown to lower blood cholesterol levels. Pulasa is an oily fish that is highly recommended for a healthy diet.

Does Pulasa fish have bones?

The fish's incredibly rough and pointy bones might make it challenging for some people to consume. The oily fish ilish is full in omega 3 fatty acids.

Why is Pulasa fish so costly?

Overfishing and a sharp drop in the Pulasa population have resulted from the increasing demand. Pollution, overfishing, and a lack of conservation measures have put the once-abundant species on the verge of extinction.

What is special about Pulasa fish?

There are several advantages of pulasa. The pulasa fish is not only succulent, fragrant, and savoury; it also has health benefits, so you can get a lot out of it. Because of this, it is quite efficient for consumption. This fish's omega-3 fatty acids have been related to reduce cholesterol levels.

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Which is the most expensive fish in Godavari?

Many people would be surprised to learn that Godavari Pulasa is one of the priciest fish, with peak season prices of up to Rs. 15,000 per kilogramme. The name Hilsa is Pulasa in Telugu. In coastal areas, notably East and West Godavari, it is a well-known brand.

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The Story of Hilsa ( Pulasa )

The Ilish, also known as Hilsa, is a popular delicacy in South Asia and the Middle East, particularly among Bengalis. It is Bangladesh's national fish. A famous meal cooked using mustard oil or seed is Bengali fish curry. It is also popular in India, particularly in West Bengal, Odisha, Tripura, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, Southern Gujarat, and Mizoram, and it is exported worldwide.

Other shad fish, particularly in Bengali cuisine, are occasionally used as an ilish alternative in North America (where ilish is not always easily accessible). This fish is most commonly seen in the East Coast of North America, where fresh shad fish with a similar flavour may be found.

Hilsa is sourced in Bangladesh from the Padma-Meghna-Jamuna delta, which flows into the Bay of Bengal and the Meghna (lower Brahmaputra), and Jamuna rivers; in India, the Rupnarayan (which contains the Kolaghater Ilish), Ganges, Mahanadi, Chilka Lake, Narmada, and Godavari rivers; and in Pakistan, the Indus River. Freshwater fish are said to be tastier than their sea counterparts. The fish's bones are quite sharp and rough, which may make eating difficult for some.

Hilsa is sourced in Bangladesh from the Padma-Meghna-Jamuna delta, which flows into the Bay of Bengal and the Meghna (lower Brahmaputra), and Jamuna rivers; in India, the Rupnarayan (which contains the Kolaghater Ilish), Ganges, Mahanadi, Chilka Lake, Narmada, and Godavari rivers; and in Pakistan, the Indus River. Freshwater fish are said to be tastier than their sea counterparts. The fish's bones are quite sharp and rough, which may make eating difficult for some.

Ilish is an omega-3 fatty acid-rich oily fish. Recent studies have indicated that it can help lower cholesterol and insulin levels.

In Bengal, ilish is smoked, fried, steamed and baked in young plantain leaves with mustard seed paste, curd, eggplant and other seasonings such as cumin. It is reported that there are about 50 different methods to prepare ilish. Ilish roe is also commonly served as a side dish. Because ilish has natural oils, it may be cooked with very little oil.

The phrase in Andhra Pradesh is "Pustelu ammi ayina Pulasa tinocchu," which means it's worth eating Pulasa/Ilish even if it means selling the marriage nuptials.

During Pohela Boisakh (the first day of the Bengali New Year), it is usual to have ilish with panta bhat (fermented rice) for breakfast in Bangladesh and West Bengal. The lunch is the customary manner for Bengalis to celebrate the new year. On auspicious days, such as during special prayers or puja days, many Bengali Hindu households purchase a pair of ilish fish (Bengali: Joda Ilish), which some people gift to the goddess Lakshmi, without which the Puja is considered completed. Ilish is often utilised as a Tattwa gift at weddings in Bengal. During Gaye Halud tattwa, the groom's family gives the bride's family a pair of Ilish. However, because Ilish is now in short supply,

The Ilish fish is known as 'Ullam Meen' in Tamil, and there is a proverb in Tamil that goes, 'Ulladhai Vitthu Ullam vangi sapidu'.

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Pulasa Fish Season

The fish is only found in the Godavari area from June-July to max early September to-ovember. In the Godavari region's local markets, a kilogramme of fish may get Rs 7,000. The arrival of the monsoon season has increased demand for the rare 'Pulasa' fish, bringing the price up to Rs 20,000 or even more. Godavari Pulasa is the most costly type of fish. Pulasa is accessible in the Godavari River during the start of the monsoon season.

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