Roti (Ghadi Chi) refers to freshly made, hand-rolled Indian bread that is soft, fluffy, and flavorful. These rotis are made using whole wheat flour, which is kneaded into a smooth dough and then rolled into circular shapes. The dough is cooked on a hot griddle until it puffs up and develops golden brown spots. Roti (Ghadi Chi) is a staple in Indian cuisine and is commonly served with various curries, vegetables, or lentils. Its wholesome taste and versatility make it a popular choice for a satisfying meal.