India is one of the top producers of Rajma in the world, with an annual production of around 4.5 lakh metric tons.

The major Rajma producing states in India are Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Punjab.

Rajma is an important crop for small and marginal farmers in these states, as it provides a source of income and nutrition.

The demand for Rajma has been increasing in India due to its nutritional value and taste, and it is widely consumed in various forms such as Rajma chawal, Rajma curry, and Rajma salad.

In Uttarakhand, Rajma is cultivated on around 25,000 hectares of land, with an average yield of 825 kg per hectare.