One of the ancient languages of Hinduism, Sanskrit holds a lot of importance in Indian Culture. Here’re some Popular Fruit Names in Sanskrit!
Sanskrit is one of the oldest Indo-Aryan languages with a strong linkage with the Hindu and Buddhist religions as all the chants, hymn, and rituals are performed in this language. If you are intrigued by the beauty of this language, then learn more words of it with this list of popular Fruit Names in Sanskrit.
Check out our article on popular vegetable names in Sanskrit here
Popular Fruit Names in Sanskrit
Sanskrit Name: Sevam / Sevaphalam
Red skinned apples are always a healthy snack.
Sanskrit Name: Aamram
Juicy and sweet mangoes feature green skin that slowly turns yellow-orange as per the variance of ripening.
Sanskrit Name: Narikelam
Both the liquid and solid parts of the coconut are cherished raw and can be added to chutneys as well.
Sanskrit Name: Narangam
Apart from raw consumption, the tarty-sweet flavor of this fruit goes well in punches and juices.
Sanskrit Name: Kadliphalam
Bananas are relished raw in custard or salads, but their crunchy chips make them stand out.
Sanskrit Name: Draksaphalam
Tarty-sweet grapes are cultivated either for table or raw consumption or for winemaking purposes.
Sanskrit Name: Madhukarkati
Rich in fiber, Vitamin C, and antioxidants, papaya is a boon for eye, heart, and digestive health.
Sanskrit Name: Kalingam
No other fruit can beat the cooling and juicy bite of watermelon during the hot summery days.
Sanskrit Name: Kharbujam / Dashangulam
This sweet flesh melon with a floral note is coupled with other fruits for a salad or dessert.
Sanskrit Name: Annasam
This tropical fruit features a hard and spiny shell, followed by sweet flesh with floral undertones.
Sanskrit Name: Perukam / Dridbeejam
Green skinned guavas with red to cream flesh complements a range of delicacies.
Sanskrit Name: Dadimum
Thanks to the tart-sweet seeds of a pomegranate that goes well in smoothies or for garnishing salads.
Sanskrit Name: Tran-badaram
Sanskrit Name: Prabadaram
High in Vitamins- A, C, and K, garnishing of cherry pep up the appearance of cakes, and mousse.
Sanskrit Name: Kharjuram
Sweet dates are true dessert on their own, and also do not spike blood sugar, unlike other sweeteners.
Sanskrit Name: Udumbara
Fresh figs with honey-like fragrance taste good after grilling or baking.
Sanskrit Name: Amritphalam
Pears are sweet with a hint of sour, but the level of sweetness varies according to the degree of ripening.
Sanskrit Name: Aaruk / Kaanta
This fuzzy skin fruit is the best bet for treating anemia and skin related ailments.
Sanskrit Name: Amalaki
Loaded with ascorbic acid, this translucent fruit is the star ingredient of Murabba and Pickles recipes.
20. Custard Apple
Sanskrit Name: Sitaphalam / Shriphalam
Sanskrit Name: Jambu
Blackberries’ subtle taste emerges when fully ripened.
Sanskrit Name: Akshotam
Walnuts are packed with fats, protein, and fiber is a healthy snack to beat frequent hunger pangs.
Sanskrit Name: Badriphalam
Crush jujube with tamarind, red chilies, salt, and jaggery for making ilanthai vadai.
Sanskrit Name: Tintidi / Tintrinnii
Intensely tarty tamarind is either made into chutney or ginger up the flavors of stir-fries and Chaats.
25. Wood Apple
Sanskrit Name: Kapittham
Resembling the coconut appearance, wood apple is used in jams, juices, while ripened ones used in pickles.