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Hello sir this is Venkat from Tamil Nadu – I ordered your IKS Saffron for gifting purpose to relatives during kalyanam of my daughter, everyone loves this unique gift idea and also your product. Thank You.

Venkat Tamil Nadu, India

V nice smell, love that whole red filaments.

Poonam Ahluwalia Pune, Maharashtra

Working on my Facepacks Youtube Channel from Past many months, currently got an idea regarding 2 – 3 facepacks with saffron ordered from many different vendors but not satisfied with quality, aroma, color etc. One of my friends told me about this Kesar Brand, ordered it and tried it in my facepack videos. Simply loved this . Thumbs up to you guys.

Shina C Texas, USA

Bought it for my pregnant sister, she enjoys kesar milk everytime. Having smooth pregnancy. Thanks.

Tyaagraj Shukla Panjim, Goa

During navratra my husband asked me to make Halwa preparations with pure saffron. So i searched for best kashmir saffron online and got your weblink, visited your site first time but not sure about quality of your kesar. Only ordered 0.5 Grams just to make sure that quality is good or not, but wanna tell you one thing that my husband loved it, ordering 10 Grams very soon.

Shalini Mehta Patiala, Punjab

Few days back i learned Hyderabadi Biryani from Cooking Classes, one thing pointed out in that class that quality of saffron (kesar) so much important for traditional Biryani, I bought your product online first time but not too sure about quality, m happy to tell everyone now that my biryani aroma was so good that i not only received good points in cooking class but also recommended your saffron to whole batchmates.

Srimati Sukanya Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Your prices are little high as compare to other vendors but if i compare quality of your saffron with others then m very happy with your product

Sukuma Dispur, Assam

I am regular spiritual visitor to many Lord Shiva Temples, From past many years i always make sure to donate Kumkum Puvvu already buying from many vendors, but during my last visit to one shiva temple in Tamil Nadu one of my friend told me about IKS Brand Kumkumapoovu, so i give it a try. Good quality and satisfied with timely delivery.

T.G Ranganathan Trichy, Tamil Nadu












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What is IKS – India Kashmir Saffron?

Best Brand of Saffron – India Kashmir Saffron is reputed arm of our company in the international market for wholesale & retail of Kashmiri Saffron. We have a long list of satisfied clients all over the globe including USA, UK, EU, and Australia & Middle East due to our customer centric approach and services. We feel immensely proud that due to our valued customer oriented approach, we are one of the top Saffron supplier firms in India. One of the main essences behind our success is that, we follow strict quality standards to ensure our clients get the worth they are paying for. These well-established quality standards are followed in packaging as well as in delivery too. Each packaging is manually checked by our experts to ensure optimum quality. These customer oriented policies have been the backbone of our work process and we work towards achieving 100% customer satisfaction.


Why internet as a medium now?

We all now internet is one of the widely used medium of communication and knowledge nowadays. India Kashmir Saffron had been already dealing with Kashmiri saffron in India as well as abroad, with increasing business there felt a need of reaching out to maximum people to serve them. Now, one can avail purest Kashmiri Saffron online. For more detail visit www.indiakashmirsaffron.com



Why only “IKS – India Kashmir Saffron” as a brand name?

India as a country not only stands for developing nation but also as a country with numerous cultures but one mind-set. In the same manner we believe in reaching out to maximum people and provide them with genuine Kashmiri Saffron.



What are saffron and its benefits?

Saffron is the world’s most expensive spice by weight. Herbalists claim that saffron possesses anti-cancer activity, but these claims are yet to be evaluated critically by medical experts. However certain compounds and saffron have positive effects in lowering blood cholesterol and triglycerides among heart patients. In ancient cultures, saffron was used to relieve stomach aches and kidney stones and also as an agent in improving the circulation of blood. Some independent studies suggest that the use of saffron meet have beneficial effects on enhancing memory. While some medical research demonstrates the beneficial properties and activities of saffron such as memory enhancing, anti-cancer and antioxidant properties, the medical lobby at large is sceptical about the many claims of saffron.





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A – Afganistan, Argentina, Australia, Austria. B – Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Bermuda, Bhutan, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria (Republic) C – Cambodia, Canada, Cape Verde, Cayman Island, China (People’s Republic of), Cuba, Cyprus D – Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark E – Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Ethiopia F – Fiji, France G – Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guyana H – Hong Kong, Hungary I – Iceland, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy J – Japan, Jordan K – Kenya, Korea (Republic of), Kuwait L – Latvia, Luxembourg M – Macao – Maca (China), Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco N – Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Norway O – Oman P – Pakistan, Panama (Republic), Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland, Portugal Q – Qatar R – Rwanda, Romania, Russia S – Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland T – Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey U – United Arab Emirates (UAE), Uganda, United Kingdom of Great Britain (UK), Ukraine, United States of America (USA) V – Vietnam Y – Yemen


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Why Saffron is so expensive?


There are only two or three places in the whole world where saffron grows. Kashmir has the proud privilege of being one of these places. There’s only 1 location in Kashmir where saffron grows & that location is Pampore.


Pampore is a small town, which is 13 km from Srinagar. The saffron plant is very small and its flower is the only part which is seen above the ground. The blooming time of this flower is autumn. Saffron has a unique sweet rich aroma.

The botanical name of Saffron is Crocus Sativus. The purple coloured flowers appear just above the ground. The Orange stigmas of the saffron plant are harvested as saffron and used as a flavoring and coloring agent in various recipes.


ü IKS Brand India Kashmir Saffron is added to Kahwa – the traditional Saffron Tea drunk by people in Kashmir. 

ü IKS Brand India Kashmir Saffron is the main aroma ingredient used in Hyderabadi Biryani.

ü IKS Brand India Kashmir Saffron is used for worship purpose in South Indian Temples.

ü IKS Brand India Kashmir Saffron is also one of the best spice used during pregnancy by pregnant mothers for smooth digestion and healthy or fair baby.


A hundred Kgs of fresh flowers yield about 3 Kilograms of dehydrated stigmas, which constitute the finest and the most expensive saffron, called “Shahi Zafran” & This is the main product supplied by IKS Brand India Kashmir Saffron to its customers.

“Saffron flowers bloom for about three weeks from mid-October to the first days of November. But seeing (and smelling) them on a moonlight October night is an experience even emperors notably ‘Jehangir’, the Mughal- would crave for.” 

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30 Interesting Facts about Saffron (Kesar / Kumkum Puvvu)

1)      The plant originally came from Asian countries where it is still mainly produced: Iran alone accounts for 90 per cent of the total quantity harvested worldwide but Kashmir Saffron is considered best in quality and aroma.

2)      To remove its bitter aftertaste, here is a chef’s tip: press the threads between two aluminium sheets before use.

3)      Together with turmeric, coriander, cumin, chilli pepper and other spices, it is one of the star ingredients in this Indian spice mix of worldwide fame. 

4)      Among the most well-known dishes containing saffron, French bouillabaisse, pilaf and Asian biryani, Spanish paella and, last but not least, saffron cake from Britain are all experiences not to be missed.

5)      It takes 80,000 flowers to produce a pound of saffron (453 grams), with a cost in the range of 600 to 2,000 dollars (a pound), prices that make saffron the most expensive spice in the world Flower Saffron stigmas are gathered when the violet-blue flowers open and every flower produces 3, each one of which is about 25-30 millimetres long.

6)      Some writers claim, however, that it comes from Greece, where it was found for the first time on the Island of Crete during the bronze age.

7)      Harvest time is autumn, and the process must be carried out by hand, usually by specialized pickers, almost always women, who detach the 3 stigmas one by one.

8)      The 3-coloured Indian flag is saffron (to represent Hindus), white (for peace) and green (for growth).

9)      In the hit song by Donovan entitled “Mellow yellow” the most well-known jingle that everyone sings under their breath is dedicated to this spice: “I’m just mad about Saffron, Saffron’s mad about me”

10)  Among the varieties most hard to find on the market is the saffron coming from the Indo area of Kashmir. Here they produce the darkest variety in the world which tends towards a purple-brown colour, called Mongra or Lacha.

11)  During harvesting, on the Spanish plain of La Mancha it is customary to burn some stigmas on a low fire to diffuse the spicy aroma of saffron in the air.

12)  Owing to its colouring properties, in ancient times it was used as a cosmetic, as well as for dyeing fabric and leather.

13)  In the Middle Ages in Nuremberg, whoever adulterated saffron with the addition of less precious ingredients, was burnt alive.

14)  To combat drug trafficking, in Afghanistan a project has been set up to replace illegal opium poppy plantations with saffron.

15)  A natural medicinal, it has been used since time immemorial for its antibacterial and antiviral properties, and is excellent for treating stomach-ache, coughs and bronchitis.

16)  The most famous dish in the world is saffron risotto, using stock made from bowling fowl, which comes from the Italian city of Milan and is known worldwide.

17)  The stigmas of Crocus sativum (the Latin name for saffron) are only picked at dawn, before its flowers open, in order to preserve its aroma and properties.

18)  On a par with sommeliers and cheese tasters, saffron too has its specialists, who decree which varieties are the best.

19)  The main ingredient of magic potions in ancient times, it used to be sprinkled between the sheets and brewed in tea to make a man fall in love or to dispel melancholic thoughts.

20)  In the region of Oxiana, between Iran and Afghanistan, little girls only are allowed to pick saffron. They have to be virgins or under 13, or so the legend goes.

21)  It is possible to buy wines aromatized with saffron, as well as many liqueurs, comprising vodka and gin, which are renowned for their digestive properties.

22)  From Cleopatra onwards, it is said that the aroma lingering on the skin after a hot saffron bath is enough to make any lover go mad with desire. Yellow Also named “angel hair” because of its colour, the word saffron derives from Arabic: Za’feran and da asfar, meaning yellow.

23)  A very rare variety of saffron is produced in this tiny Italian village, while the most precious saffron in the country comes from the valleys close to the city of L’Aquila in Abruzzo

24)  During his Asian campaigns, Alexander the Great used Persian saffron in his infusions as a curative for battle wounds.

25)  Damp and hot conditions damage saffron crop which can tolerate extreme low temperatures (even less than minus ten degree Celsius).

26)  Saffron has also been used as a fabric dye and in perfumery, particularly in China and India.

27)  Modern medicine has discovered saffron as an active anti-mutagen, immune modulator, anti-depressant, antioxidant and sex-stimulant.

28)  It is believed to help in ailments like indigestion, high blood pressure, menopausal problems, gastro intestine and scabies.

29)  Kesar is also referred for lions, as the standard complexion of lions is saffron.

30)  The name Saffron comes from the Arabic word,” zafaran ” which  means yellow and it is the official color of Buddhist robes in India.



Saffron Benefits for Skin

Saffron was initially widely cultivated in Kashmir (India). Apart from using it as a delicate flavoring in exotic dishes, saffron was also used in herbal medicine in these countries. It has antimutagenic, antihypertensive, antitussive, cytotoxic, anticonvulsant, and many other beneficial effects on the body when ingested. Saffron is also known to improve memory and learning skills. Its benefits for the skin were also realized and natural medicine specialists started adding it to face packs and topical creams.


Here are the benefits of saffron for the skin:-


1.      It’s shown that saffron moisturizes the skin when used as an extract in a topical cream formulation.


2.      It works as an antisolar agent, wherein, it absorbs the UV rays and protects the skin from sun damage.


3.      Its active carotenoids, such as crocetin, exhibit antioxidant and antinociceptive properties, these properties will help the skin to maintain optimum health and appear youthful.


4.      Saffron also possesses anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce skin irritation, rashes, and swelling.


These little dried stalks pack a powerful punch when it comes to benefits for the skin, and they are rightly included in skincare routines. Young-looking, hydrated, and glowing skin are a few benefits of using this spice. 

Homemade Saffron Face Packs


1. Saffron And Sandalwood Face Pack

You Will Need

·         1 tablespoon sandalwood powder

·         2-3 saffron strands

·         2 teaspoons milk (preferably raw milk)

What You Have To Do

1.      Mix all the ingredients together.

2.      Apply the paste on your freshly washed face. Spread the pack evenly all over your face.

3.      Massage while still damp in a circular motion and then, let it dry for 20 minutes.

4.      Rinse it off by splashing water over your face.

How Often You Should Do This

Apply this homemade saffron facial mask at least once a week for a radiant and smooth skin. You can use this pack up to 3 times a week.

Why This Works

Sandalwood enhances the complexion and makes your skin smooth and radiant.


Use rose water if you are sensitive to milk and dairy products.

2. Saffron Face Mask For Acne

You Will Need

·         3-4 saffron strands

·         1/4 cup milk

What You Have To Do

1.      Soak the saffron strands in milk and let the milk infuse with saffron for about 2 hours.

2.      Then apply this milk on your face and neck.

3.      Wash it off after about 10-15 minutes.

How Often You Should Do This

Repeat this saffron face pack at home 3-4 times a week.

Why This Works

This pack clears acne and also improves complexion. Milk acts as astringent and also exfoliates the skin. On continuous use, your skin will stop spouting acne. The blemishes left over by the pimples will also begin to reduce.


Do not use this remedy if you are allergic to dairy as this will aggravate your acne further.

3. Skin Lightening Face Pack Using Saffron

You Will Need

·         2-3 saffron strands

·         A small pinch of sugar

·         1 teaspoon milk

·         1 teaspoon water

·         2-3 drops olive or coconut oil

·         1 bread slice

What You Have To Do

1.      Soak the saffron in a teaspoon (or two) of water overnight.

2.      Now add milk, sugar, and the oil of your choice to the saffron infused water.

3.      Immerse a piece of bread in this mixture and spread the mixture over your face with this piece of bread. Breadcrumbs can stick to your face, but they can be easily washed off.

4.      Keep this pack on your face for about 15 minutes.

5.      Splash water and wash this off your face after it gets dry.

How Often You Should Do This

Repeat 3-4 times a week.

Why This Works

This saffron facial mask clears up the dull skin rapidly. It helps to reduce dark circles and fine lines. Sugar exfoliates the skin while the oil will nourish it and keep it hydrated.


4. Saffron And Sunflower Seeds Face Pack

You Will Need

·         3-4 sunflower seeds

·         2-3 saffron strands

·         1/4 cup milk

What You Have To Do

1.      Soak the sunflower seeds and saffron in milk overnight.

2.      In the morning, grind this mixture and apply the resultant paste on your skin.

3.      Keep this on until it dries and then rinse your face.

You also can use warm water for the overnight soak instead of milk.

How Often You Should Do This

Use this face pack twice a week.

Why This Works

This face mask makes your skin fair and rosy. Sunflower seed contains oils that act as emollients when applied topically. It is rich in vitamin E.


5. Saffron With Olive Oil

You Will Need

·         3-4 saffron strands

·         1 tablespoon olive oil

What You Have To Do

1.      Thoroughly mix the saffron strands in the oil.

2.      Massage the skin in upward motions using this oil.

3.      Wipe the oil off after an hour using a wet tissue. You can leave this oil on overnight as well.

Coconut oil, almond oil, or sesame oil can also be used instead of olive oil.

How Often You Should Do This

Repeat this every alternate night.

Why This Works

The massage with the saffron-infused oil will improve circulation to the skin and give it a beautiful glow. Massaging will also help the nourishing fatty acids from the oil to get absorbed easily into the skin.


Saffron Benefits for Eyes


Saffron or Kesar is a rich source of anti-oxidants and carotenoids. High concentration of natural carotenoids, crocin, crocetin, picrocrocin and flavonoids present in saffron helps to protect the lens and retina of ageing eyes. It also contains terpenes, terpene alcohols and their esters. Among these, safranal is the main component with anti-oxidant properties.


Do you know the role of saffron in macular degeneration prevention?


Macula is the central part of our visual field. It is located in the centre of the retina and is rich in light sensing cells. Macular degeneration is the main cause of blindness. It may not cause vision problems in the beginning, but gradually the macula will become damaged leading to irreversible blindness. Use saffron and macular degeneration will no more be a challenge! It will protect the pigmented cells of the retina from oxidative damage. Saffron can restore the function and structure of retinal cells that are damaged by age-related macular degeneration and oxidative stress.


There are many ways to include saffron in your diet. We will explain some simple methods to make saffron a part of your daily diet. The anti-oxidant property of crocin in saffron is stronger than alpha tocopherol. It will protect the retinal cells from degeneration and improve the sensitivity of the retina to light. Saffron has anti-carcinogenic, immune modulating and neuro protective properties.


Use Saffron To Improve Your Eyesight:

Saffron Water:- Add 8-10 fresh organic saffron strands to a cup of boiling water. Keep it closed for 10 minutes. Have a cup of warm saffron water daily in the morning or evening to preserve eye health.

Saffron Tea:- To one cup of boiled milk, add sugar and ten strands of saffron. Boil it on low flame and switch off after 5 minutes. There is no need of straining the tea. Sip this and get the benefits of saffron for eye.

Saffron With Salads:- You can add about 20 mg of saffron powder or 10 strands of saffron to your favourite salads. One tablespoon lemon juice and half teaspoon salt can also be added. You can have this saffron for macular degeneration prevention.

Saffron Rice:- Add powdered organic saffron to the water you are using for preparing rice. It is better to follow the ‘absorption method’ here. Because straining may remove the saffron powder from the rice. You can have this twice daily.

Saffron And Honey:- Mix 20 mg of organic saffron or kesar powder to two teaspoon of honey and have it. Consumption of this, once daily will increase the retinal response and sensitivity to light and improve vision.

Add To Your Dish:- You can crush some saffron strands with your fingers or with a mortar and pestle. Simply put them into your recipes. Get the benefits of saffron for eye and improve the elegance of your dish by imparting the red colour of saffron.

Since saffron improves visual activity in early age-related macular degeneration regardless of heredity, this will be a piece of good news for those who are genetically predisposed to macular degeneration. Now that you are clear about the relationship between saffron and macular degeneration, include this in your diet starting today.

Saffron (Kesar / Kumkum Puvvu) for Temples, Worship & Hindu Rituals


It is believe that use of Saffron (Kesar / Kumkum Puvvu) in worship rituals to please the god & goddess. Saffron is considered and one of the pious thing to be used for worship purpose. Saffron is used in temples to perform various rituals that include poojas, archanas, yagyas and it is also used as an ingredient in the preparation of the deity’s blessings also known by the name of ‘prasada’.


Saffron paste is used to anoint virtually all deities of the Hindu pantheon. As part of Hindu rituals saffron paste is prepared and that is applied on forehead as ‘tilak’ or ’bindi’ of devotees as a mark of god’s blessing. Saffron is also used in practice of awaking of chakras.


Some more use of Saffron in Temples, Worship & Rituals:-

According to the astrological studies, putting holy mark (Tilak) of saffron on forehead brings the prosperity in life. In the Indian mythology “Brihaspati” or “Jupiter” has a place of “Guru” and “Vedic deity” or “Giver of Prayers” who gives eloquence and strengthens the fate. SUN, MARS, BRIHASPATI are recognized by their favourite colour and that is “SAFFRON” or “KESAR.”

As per the holy books of Hindus, Lord Krishna loves saffron in the milk and devotees can feel the petrichor of the saffron in the streets of “Mathura” and “Vrindavan”.

In the yajnas fire turns into saffron flames and it is very pure form of fire (Agni) and fire produces light to symbolize its purity and the illumination devotees worn saffron on their forehead, middle belly, chest, hollow of throat and chants mantras.


Saffron colour is a very soothing colour for eyes as well. We cant stare at sun in the day time with our bare eyes but in the early morning Vermillion sun gives strength to our eye vision and produces elevated aura surrounding us.


Saffron is used in many poojas and archanas like Graha Pooja, Mahamrityunjay Yajan and in many festivals like Diwali, Ganesh Pooja, Krishan Janmashtami, Rakshabandhan etc.

Saffron for Depression, Anxiety & Panic


Depression is recognized as an illness that is associated with traits like sadness, isolation, loss of interest, diminishing ability to enjoy life and feeling like a burden to loved ones. While these are all known costs to quality of life, conventional medicine seems to only believe that toxic drugs are the solution. Depression affects about 20% of the population and current treatment methods are ineffective.


Undesirable side effects and the heavy cost of medication are two major drawbacks to conventional treatment programs for depression. Even the pharmaceutical industry warns consumers about their own products by stating that antidepressant drug users may experience more fatigue, dizziness, anxiety, agitation, depression and suicidal tendencies. Just one look at the “warning” label on most antidepressant medications and I can hardly believe this stuff can legally be sold to the public.


Many natural healthcare providers and their patients are looking for a better way to eliminate mood disorders. Saffron is a popular natural remedy that researchers are now looking at for the treatment of depression.


Saffron was used as an antidepressant in Traditional Medicine. The saffron threads are obtained from the petal part, the most expensive part of the herb, and also the stigma of the plant. A chemical analysis reveals that more than 150 components in saffron stigmas and carotenoids and monoterpene aldehydes were found to be more powerful components in saffron.


The volatile compounds, bitter principles and the dye materials in saffron are considered the primary constituents that are responsible for the anticovulsant, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. One study revealed that anxiety was alleviated by simply smelling saffron. Saffron triggered salivary secretion and significantly decreased the physiological bio-markers for stress.


This suggested that saffron can act as a potent side-effect free antidepressant. The active constituents in saffron – crocetin and crocin – were identified to exhibit protection from neuro-degenerative disorders like, memory loss and depression.


What do the studies say about saffron?


In one study, 30 adults with depression were given either saffron supplements or a common medication used for depression every day for six weeks. The findings of the study concluded that saffron was effective as an antidepressant and showed similar effects as a conventional depression medication.


Naturally, when it comes to ‘proper dosage’ – it’s important to work with a qualified healthcare provider to find what works best for you.


Are there any safety concerns with saffron?


Saffron is generally regarded as safe to use in cooking, however researchers warn that consuming high amounts of saffron – every day – may lead to side effects including dry mouth, nausea, dizziness and headaches.


The long term effects of consuming saffron on a daily basis is not yet known. If you intend to consume this herb, as a supplement, consult your doctor regarding the dosage and safety.

Depression has been an increasingly significant health concern over the past several decades. 

List of States & Union Territories in India where IKS – India Kashmir Saffron delivers Pure Kashmir Saffron?

Note:- We deliver to each and every PIN Code in India, So place your order for IKS Saffron without any delivery hassle.

States:- Andhra Pradesh (Hyderabad), Arunachal Pradesh (Guwahati), Assam (Dispur), Bihar (Patna), Chhattisgarh (Bilaspur), Goa (Panjim), Gujarat (Gandhinagar), Haryana (Chandigarh), Himachal Pradesh (Shimla), Jammu & Kashmir (Srinagar), Jharkhand (Ranchi), Karnataka (Bangalore / Bengaluru), Kerala (Thiruvananthapuram), Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal), Maharashtra (Mumbai), Manipur (Imphal), Meghalaya, Mizoram (Aizawl), Nagaland (Kohima), Odisha (Bhubaneswar) (Orissa), Punjab (Chandigarh), Rajasthan (Jaipur), Sikkim (Gangtok), Tamil Nadu (Chennai), Telangana (Hyderabad), Tripura (Agartala), Uttar Pradesh (Allahabad), Uttarakhand (Nainital), West Bengal (Calcutta / Kolkata).

Union Territories:- Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Lakshadweep, Delhi – National Capital Territory, Puducherry (Pondicherry).

Can you deliver IKS Kashmir Saffron to my Country?

Yes we can deliver it to following countries Worldwide:-

A – Afganistan, Argentina, Australia, Austria.
B – Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Bermuda, Bhutan, Botswana, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria (Republic)
C – Cambodia, Canada, Cape Verde, Cayman Island, China (People’s Republic of), Cuba, Cyprus
D – Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark
E – Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Ethiopia
F – Fiji, France
G – Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guyana
H – Hong Kong, Hungary
I – Iceland, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy
J – Japan, Jordan
K – Kenya, Korea (Republic of), Kuwait
L – Latvia, Luxembourg
M – Macao – Maca (China), Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco
N – Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Norway
O – Oman
P – Pakistan, Panama (Republic), Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland, Portugal
Q – Qatar
R – Rwanda, Romania, Russia
S – Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland
T – Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey
U – United Arab Emirates (UAE), Uganda, United Kingdom of Great Britain (UK), Ukraine, United States of America (USA)
V – Vietnam
Y – Yemen.

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