Bean that’s used as a chocolate substitute

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A ratti (Sanskrit: raktika) is a traditional Indian unit of measurement for mass. Based on the nominal weight of a ratti seed, it measured approximately 1.8 or 1.75 grains.[1][2] It has now been standardized as 0.1215 gram.[citation needed]

A Satamana (Śatamāna, literally “hundred measures”) was interpreted as hundred rattis, and used as a standard weight of silver coins of ancient India between 600–200 BCE.[3] Being the same weight as a Babylonian shekel it was actively minted in Gandhara in the northwest Indian subcontinent for trade with West Asia.

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