This stone of Jaisalmer district, which makes curd from milk, is famous in the world
Have you ever thought that milk can turn curd through a stone? No, but it is absolutely true that a stone turns milk into curd. This stone is found in a village in the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. The yellow stone of Swarnanagari Jaisalmer has made its mark in the world.
According to reports, a stone that turns milk into curd is found in Haburgaon, located about 50 km from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Usually, buttermilk is used by the people for this purpose, but the people of this village use this miraculous stone to make curd from milk.
Earlier the name of this village of Rajasthan was Habur, but at present, it is known as Poonamnagar.
The people here also call this miraculous stone as Haburia Bhata. Tourists also take this stone with them. Some studies have found that Haburia Bhata contains all the chemicals used in curdling.
Amino acid, phenylalanine, rifafen tyrosine are found in this famous stone of Jaisalmer. The curd that solidifies through this stone has a sweet and pungent aroma. That is why people like to store curd in these stone-made utensils.