Add sugar to the water-milk mix.
Mix it to dissolve.
Heat to lukewarm, not hot.
Take out 100 ml.
Sprinkle the yeast all over and let stand undisturbed for 10 minutes.
The mixture will bloom up.
In a big bowl, Take the flour and add salt.
Add the bloomed yeast liquid and remaining liquid.
Start kneading and bring the flour together.
At this point, dough will be very sticky and difficult to handle.Use the oil to help in kneading.
Knead for 12-15 minutes.
The dough will slowly come together.
It should not be too dry.
Add little milk to get a moist dough.
Now, grease a bowl and keep the dough for rising in.a warm.place.
Clingwrap the bowl.
Depending On The weather, it will double up in 1-2 hours.
Gently punch it once and make small equal size balls.
Grease a baking tray or cake mould.
Arrange the balls in it.
Keep some spaces in between as the buns will rise and stick together after rising.
This second rising will take about 25-30 minutes.
Preheat The oven with both rods on at 180 degrees for 10 minutes.
Brush the buns with milk and keep for baking.
Check after 10-12 minutes.
Once done, remove and apply melted butter to get a shine.
Demould and keep to cool on a wire rack.
Use good quality yeast.If yeast doesnot bloom, discard and restart.All flours take different quantities of liquids so need to eyeball it a bit.