Pigeon Pea is a standout amongst the most widely recognized tropical and subtropical vegetables developed for its eatable seeds. This is quickly developing, tough, generally versatile, and dry season safe. In light of its dry spell protection it can be considered absolutely critical for nourishment security in areas where precipitation is untrustworthy and dry seasons are inclined to happen. The fruit of Pigeon Pea is a level, straight, pubescent unit and wide. It includes 2-9 seeds, which are dark colored, black or red in shading, little and now and again hard-covered.