The origin place of okra is tropical and sub tropical Africa. Okra is grown for its young tender vegetable, used in curry and soups after cooking in Asia. Okra is also known as ‘Lady’s finger’. This vegetable is called ‘Bhindi’ in India. Okra has nutritional values and health benefits. Fiber can be extracted from the stem of this part. Okra farming is a money providing crop and can be cultivated through out the year. Okra is member of ‘Malvaceae’ family and its genius is ‘Abelmoschus’. The texture of this vegetable is quite sticky and tastes very delicious specially when made them fried. Okra is an excellent source of Vitamin A, B, K and C.