Bajri Bhakri is a traditional Indian flatbread made from pearl millet flour. It is a staple food in many regions of India, especially in Maharashtra. Bajri flour is mixed with water and kneaded into a dough, which is then rolled out into flat discs. The bhakris are cooked on a hot griddle until they are golden brown and slightly crispy. Bajri bhakris have a distinct earthy flavor and a slightly coarse texture. They are often enjoyed with curries, lentils, or as a accompaniment to traditional Maharashtrian dishes. Bajri bhakri is a nutritious and gluten-free alternative to wheat-based bread.