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Fruits Name in English, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, And Other Languages

Saumya Srivastava | September 14, 2021

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.


Fruits Name in English, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Telugu, Gujarati, and Punjabi


English Hindi Tamil Marathi Other Languages
Apple Seb Apple Safarchand
Guava Amrud Koyyapazham Peroo Jamrukh in Gujarati
Avocado Makhanphal Vennai pazham Alpukat Venna Pandu in Kannada
Banana Kela Vazhaipazham Kele Kadali in Punjabi
Strawberry Strawberry
Apricot Khubani Saara Paruppu Jardaloo Akroot in Konkani
Blueberry Neel Badri Puluberri Karvand
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
Figs Anjeer phal Attipazham
Grapes Angur Draksha
Kiwifruit Kiwi Pasalipazham Kiwi Hannu in Kannada
Peach Aadoo Aadu
Plum Aaloobukhara Manuka
Papaya Papita Pappali Pazham Papai
Cherry Aaloobalu
Pear Naashpaate Berrikai Sabarjil in Marathi
Grapefruit Chakotara Idlimbo
Prunes Chhatana
Indian Gooseberry Amla Neelikai Avala Nelli in Malyalam
Mulberry Shatoot Tutichi
Berries Jaamun Berries
Water Chestnut Shingada
Sapodilla Chiku Sapota Chikoo Chikku in Malyalam
Custard apple Sitafal Seethapazham Sitaphal Sitafalam in Telugu
Lychee Litchi Laichi pazham Lichi Litchi pandu in Telugu
Indian jujubes Ber
Quince Sauph fal
Sweet lime Mausami Mosumbi Chaatukudi Battaiah in Telugu
Cape gooseberry Macao Pottipallam Chirbot Budde in Telugu
Monkey fruit Badhal
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
Tamarind Imli Puli
Lime Nimbu Elumichai Cherunaranga in Malyalam
Star fruit Kamrakh Pulichikai Ilumbi Puli in Malyalam


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Fruit Tips That You Need To Know

  1. 1. Soak fruits in water for some time to remove dirt from the fruits. You can also add salt or vinegar for more efficient cleaning. Clean them using your fingers gently, so that the soft and squishy fruits don’t get ruined.  
  2. 2. Some fruits are more nutritious when they are eaten unripe. Eating those kinds of fruits is associated with a better digestive system. Fruits like green papaya, green mangoes, green banana can also be eaten unripe to boost immunity. Unripe fruits are rich in fiber, vitamin C, Potassium, and Vitamin B6.
  3. 3. The list of seasonal fruits in India is quite extensive. In the summer season, you can relish mangoes, melons, plum, and papaya. In the spring, you can enjoy cherries, jackfruit, pineapple, strawberries, and lychee. In the monsoon season, you can add jamun, custard apple, apple, and peach. In the winter, you get dates, orange, grapes, and chiku. 
  4. 4. Fruits should be eaten at the right time to get their benefits. Fruits are best absorbed on an empty stomach. So grab your favorite seasonal fruit in the morning before your breakfast or you can have it between two meals as a snack.
  5. 5. Storing fruits the right way determines their shelf life. Fruits you should store at room temperature include, bananas, watermelon, pears, papaya. Fruits that should be stored in your refrigerator are, apples, carrots, cherries, grapes, pomegranate, raspberries, strawberries.
  6. 6. Don’t drink water while eating fruits. You need to maintain the pH level in your stomach to ensure proper digestion. Between 1.5 to 3.5 is the normal pH level of the stomach, which means it’s acidic. Drinking water with fruits or immediately after can dilute acid, leading to indigestion and stomach pain.
  7. 7. Try to buy fruits that are unbruised and undamaged, because it’s likely that such fruits can have a lot of bacteria in them.  Smell your fruit before buying, if it smells sweet, it’s ripened. Try to avoid off-season fruits, they are not only expensive but also chemically treated and stored.


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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

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.




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