Warangal Chatpatta : it is again a different variety of chilli which has less pungency moderate colour and a different taste, which is most commonly used in Indian pickles.it is round and about 2 to 3 inches long.
Byadgi Cliillies: it is 4 to 5 inches; long and it has wrinkles around the chillies, it gives very dark colour with less pungency. Again a mix of this and warangal Chatpatta is used Commonly for Indian pickles.
Mundu Chillies: These Chillies are common in Tamil Nadu. This has moderate pungency and moderate colour. So, in home consumption is huge on this chillies as there is no risk of either high colour or high pungency. It is round in shape and has a wonderful different Aroma
Assam where jute bolokia (Ghost Chillies) and Bird’s eye Chillies, these are very small in size has a very high pungency, which were accredited as high pungent chillies in the world for so many years.
Bishop’s weed (Ajwain) - It is a pungent - aromatic spice, and it has a high medicinal values. hence it is used most commonly in'all veg. and non-veg. preparations.