Since childhood, we have been hearing that seasonal fruits mean a lot to us. It is considered very good to include seasonal fruits in our diet because due to them we get a lot of protein and minerals. But do you know that there are some fruits in India that most people do not know about. Many people must have seen them, but still they will not know about them.
Today we are going to tell you about a list of some such fruits which are found in India and are also grown here. You might like seeing these fruits. Here we have listed these fruits name.
This fruit is also called Kamarkha in Hindi. It is of oval shape and its upper part is of wax-like texture.
The pulp of this fruit is very crunchy and juicy and there is very little sweetness in it.
Although it can become completely sweet after cooking, but it often gets a sour-sweet test.
It is found in abundance from West Bengal to South India.
In many parts of India and Australia, it is cooked as a vegetable and pickles, jams etc. are also made from it.
You may have heard about this fruit. This fruit named Grewia asiatica is found in many parts of India.
Its taste is somewhat like wine and it grows in many parts of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab.
It is somewhat acidic in the test.
This fruit cools the body and in the beginning it becomes green and later it becomes purple in color.
It is considered very suitable for syrup, pickle etc.
In North India, it is eaten to get relief from the heat. It can also be eaten raw.
This fruit has many medicinal properties and can be found relief by applying it directly on the injury.
This fruit is also known as Longsat, Longjon, Longconk etc. It is found in India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Cambodia, Hawaii etc.
This fruit is light yellow, whose peel has small thorns.
It has a sour sweet taste and is quite juicy like lychee.
It is also used to make syrup etc.
Talking about home remedies, the bark of the Lotka tree is used to cure diarrhea etc.
This fruit is a kind of palm fruit which grows in bunches. The texture of this fruit is like coconut and it looks brown from outside.
If this fruit is peeled, it contains three or four jelly-like seeds which have a soft yellow skin.
Its texture is a mixed texture of coconut and litchi.
It is used in many places to make local liquor toddy.
It is mostly used in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa and Kerala.