Atta bread is a type of bread made using flour that is partly or entirely milled from whole or almost-whole wheat grains, see whole-wheat flour and whole grain. It is one kind of brown bread.
An increasingly trendy marketing gimmick, Atta Bread's ingredients are exactly the same as the brown bread ie they have the exact same ingredient label. The name of this loaf is horribly misleading, promising consumers of nutrient-rich atta/whole wheat bread, while in reality, this loaf is basically all white flour, made of 95% maida.
Take container with 4"x 10"inch dimensions. Add salt, sugar and yeast into it. Also add lukewarm water and mix ingredients nicely. Add 2 tbsp oil and knead soft dough for 6-7 minutes. Dough is ready, bake the bread now. Bake the bread until it gets golden brown on the surface.
This is a soft wholemeal bread with a light crumb. The recipe does not have the typical denseness and heaviness which is found in 100% whole wheat bread. There is a special & secret ingredient in the recipe that helps in the gluten development.