Sam's Club sells the big bag of Bastmati Rice.
You want to soak it before to get some of the starch out.
Boil it and then drain the water.
Met butter or put oil the bottom of the pot.
Pour the boil/drained rice on there.
Get a knife and make about three holes in the rice.
Find a small towel put it on the under side of the lid, then place it over the pot. This is to absorb some of the water.
Turn up the heat briefly and then let it steam on low.
It takes lots of practice but once you get it, it's like second nature.
Also you can slice thin potatoe slices and soak them, then put them on the bottom of the pot after you melt the butter but before you add the boiled/drain rice.
If you like saffron you can mix some with a part of rice - it looks very pretty on the top but I don't like it.
The crispy part at the bottom is called tah-deek I think.