Tuesday, 29 May 2012


Elish, is a popular fish to eat among the people of the Indian sub-continent, Bengalis, Oriyas, West Bengal, Orissa, Tripura and Assam. It is the national fish of Bangladesh. Elish also can be found in India's Assamese-, Bengali-, Oriya- and Telugu and in Pakistan's Sindh province. A large number of fish are caught in the Padma-Meghna-Jamuna delta each year. It is a sea fish but it laid eggs in large rivers. When they become young, swim back to the sea, fisherman caught them. Elish is also caught from the sea. The fish in coastal area of
Gujarat is known as Modenn if it is female and Palva if it is young male.

In Bangladesh, Elish is mainly caught in the Padma, Meghna, and Godavari rivers. The elish of Padma are considered to be the best in taste. In India, the Rupnarayan, Ganges, Mahanadi, Chilka Lake and Godavari rivers are famous for their tasty breeds. Elish is also found in the deltaic region of southern Pakistan, in the province of Sindh. Here it is commonly referred to as the Palla fish. The fish was usually found in abundant quantities in the district of Thatta. Recently, however, the lower reaches of the Indus have dried up as water is stored upstream, and the Palla cannot make its journey into the river any more.

In Bengal, elish prepares with mustard seed paste, curd, Begun, different condiments like jira and so on. In Bengal, Elish can be smoked, fried, steamed, baked in young plantain leaves.
Especially in Bengali cuisine, In North America is sometimes used as a Elish substitute.

In many Hindu Bengali use elish some pujas like Saraswati Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Lakshmi Puja,

In Bangla, the fishermen caught young fishes and export them other country for forging money.But Bangle don’t find elish to eat.Bangladesh Government already has taken some step to prevent this crime.

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