Some are juicy, some are crunchy; some are green, some are red, fruits come in different textures and colors, but all of them are packed with nutrition. Fruits have changed a lot since humans first started eating them, watermelon used to be seedy and not fleshy, bananas used to be short and thick, but one thing that remains true is that they are beneficial for our health. With their changing texture and taste, their names have also been changed in different languages and cultures. This little guide tells you fruits name in English, Hindi, Marathi, and other languages you may want to know. You can also comment below to let us know what’s a particular fruit called in your language.
|Guava||Amrud||Koyyapazham||Peroo||Jamrukh in Gujarati|
|Avocado||Makhanphal||Vennai pazham||Alpukat||Venna Pandu in Kannada|
|Banana||Kela||Vazhaipazham||Kele||Kadali in Punjabi|
|Apricot||Khubani||Saara Paruppu||Jardaloo||Akroot in Konkani|
|Orange||Santara||Naaram||Narangi||Kamla Leboo in Bengali|
|Pineapple||Ananas||Annachi||Ananas||Anarash in Bengali|
|Pomegranate||Anar||Madhulam pazham||Dalimb||Dadamna in Gujarati|
|Watermelon||Tarabooj||Darbusini||Kalingad||Kharbuja in Oriya|
|Kiwifruit||Kiwi||Pasalipazham||Kiwi Hannu in Kannada|
|Pear||Naashpaate||Berrikai||Sabarjil in Marathi|
|Indian Gooseberry||Amla||Neelikai||Avala||Nelli in Malyalam|
|Sapodilla||Chiku||Sapota||Chikoo||Chikku in Malyalam|
|Custard apple||Sitafal||Seethapazham||Sitaphal||Sitafalam in Telugu|
|Lychee||Litchi||Laichi pazham||Lichi||Litchi pandu in Telugu|
|Sweet lime||Mausami||Mosumbi||Chaatukudi||Battaiah in Telugu|
|Cape gooseberry||Macao||Pottipallam||Chirbot||Budde in Telugu|
|Mash melon||Chibud||Mulam pazham||Thaikumbazham in Malyalam|
|Olive||Jaitoon||Sytoon||Olive Pazham in Malyalam|
|Sugar cane||Ganna||Usa||Karuppan Charu||Cheruku Gada in Telugu|
|Lime||Nimbu||Elumichai||Cherunaranga in Malyalam|
|Star fruit||Kamrakh||Pulichikai||Ilumbi Puli in Malyalam|
So, from telling you about fruits name in English and other Indian languages to describe their health benefits, this guide is very useful for all.
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Saumya Srivastava is a passionate reader who likes writing poetry. She is an avid foodie who keeps exploring new types of cuisine. Besides, she also has a strong love for literature.