English Names of Nepali Fruitsby
List of Fruits name in nepali and english
Mulberry is known as Kimbu in Nepali. Riped Black mulberry fruits are large and juicy, with a good balance of sweetness and tartness.
Barberry is known as Chutro in Nepali. They are ripen to red and have a tart taste. They are also fermented to wine in rural homes.
Bayberry is known as Kafal in Nepali. It has somewhat sweet-tart mix of pomegranate, strawberry and cranberry flavors.
Indian Gooseberry is known as Amla in Nepali. Gosseberry fruit is sour and astringent in taste, with sweet, bitter and pungent secondary tastes.
Raspberry is known as Ainselu in Nepali. Raspberries are a delicious fruit that are known for being both tart and sweet. They are little tart when they are picked a little underripe. The riper that they are, the sweeter they will taste and the more intense their flavor will be.
Plum is known as Aarubukhada in Nepali. The taste of the plum fruit can be both sweet to tart; the skin is tart. It is juicy and can be eaten fresh.
Pomelo is known as Bhogote in Nepali. When ripe, the fruit is dry, and the flesh is firm, and has a slightly sweet-tangy taste. Immature pomelos have bitter after-taste.
Indian butter tree is known as Chiuri in Nepali. Fruit is sweet in taste. It has medicinal uses for skin care too.
Java Plum is known as Jamun in Nepali. Fruit tastes sweet, sour and a bit astringent.
Peach is known as Aru in Nepali. Typically they are very sweet with little acidity, while little immatured peaches typically have an acidic tang coupled with a sweet floral taste. Ripe red fleshed varieties are typically flavourful and tangy but with a tart skin, though this also varies greatly.
Custard apple also known as Sarifa in Nepali. This soft and creamy fruit has a hard rind and is full of nutrients. The fruit contains antioxidants and is high in nutrients like magnesium and potassium, offering a plethora of health benefits.
Sea buckthorn known as Dale chuk in Nepali is a native wild bush found in hillside regions of Nepal. Sea buckthorn berries are used to make jellies, juices, purees, and sauces.
Nepali hog plum known as Lapsi in Nepali. The fruit is greenish-yellow when ripe and roughly resembles a small oval-shaped plum. It is sour in taste.
Cherry Plum known as Alcha in nepali is larger than cherry but smaller than plum in size.
Naseberry or Sapota also known as Chiku in Nepali. It has a fleshy brown skin and grainy sweetness in the inside.
Pomegranate known as Anar in Nepali. It has inedible thick skin. Its seeds are covered in juices. Seeds are red when ripe.
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Stone apple known as Bel or Bael in Nepali can be eaten either fresh from trees or after being dried and produced into candy, toffee, pulp powder or nectar. It is also widely used in worship of Hindu dieties, especially Shiva.
Pineapple known as Bhuikathar in Nepali have exceptional juiciness that balances the tastes of sweet and tart.
Jackfruit known as Katahar in Nepali has a sweet flavor like a combination of mango, pineapple and banana when ripe.
Pear is also known as Naspati in Nepali. Ripe pears are juicy and range in flavor from spicy to sweet to tart.
Guava is also known as Belauti or Amba in Nepali. Ripe Guava's flavor is unique, sweet, and pleasant.
Banana is know as Kera in Nepali.
Walnut is known as Okhar in Nepali.
Chestnut is known as Katus in Nepali. It's an important fruit used in native Tihar festival.
Orange is known as Suntala in Nepali. It has sweet-tart taste.
Grape is known as Angur in Nepali. Its taste is tart in nature.
Mango is known as Aap in Nepali. It is also called king of fruits natively.
Apple is called Syau in Nepali. Their skin may be green, yellow or reddish, and the meat taste ranges from a bitter to sweet flavour.