Are you looking for a list of fruits name in Hindi and English?
Well, you have landed on the right page!
In the following guide, I am going to share a detailed list of the fruits name in both Hindi as well as English.
So, are you ready?
Let’s dive right in!
Fruits Name In Hindi And English
|English Names||Hindi Names|
|Custard Apple||Sitafal, Shareefa|
|Dragon Fruit||Dragon Fruit|
|Lychee||Lychee, Litchi, Laachi|
|Palm Fruit||Taad Fal, Taad Gola|
|Passion Fruit||Krushna Fal|
|Raspberry||Rasberry or Rasbhari|
|Star Fruit||Karmbola, Star Fruit|
Well, I hope you enjoyed this list in English and Hindi.
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It took me quite a while to gather all information for this guide, but I guess the efforts were worth it.
Now, if you are looking for a video guide, keep reading.
Because you will find an insightful video below.
Watch The Video
Well, I have gone through a lot of videos on YouTube.
I wanted to find the most useful fruits name video, which can help you all in learning these names quickly.
So, here’s the video from Ashok Kumar –
I liked the presentation and pictures shared in this video, as it makes it easier to understand the names of fruits.
If you want to teach your kids, I feel this is a good starting point for them to learn more about our Indian fruits’ names.
Tips To Learn Fruits Names
Whether you’re a parent or professional chef, you need to know these names in Hindi and English.
If you are a parent, you might want to introduce these fruits to your kids.
Similarly, if you know the names of fruits, it becomes easier to prepare different varieties of fruit dishes.
You can even order rare varieties of fruits for your preparations if you know the right names.
Hence, it’s important to know these names.
But how do you learn these names?
Here are some of the useful to tips for you –
Color is the first thing we notice when we look at any object.
And the same is the case with fruits.
When you look at fruits, you notice its color before anything else.
So, color is a great ‘tool’ to remember certain fruit names like Jackfruit, Mangoes, Apple, etc.
The second aspect is the shape of fruits.
As soon as we notice the color, our attention goes to the shape.
Mosambi or Sweet Lime comes in a round ball-like shape.
On the other hand, Bananas always have an elongated and curved shape.
So, that’s how our minds notice the structure of these fruits.
Hence, the technique of remembering fruit shapes is a great way to teach your kids about new fruit names.
It plays a huge role in understanding the names.
The way you pronounce a certain name can make a long-lasting impact on how you remember fruit names or any names for that matter.
So, make sure you learn the correct pronunciation of fruit names as well, as your kids will remember the names in the same way.
You can even teach them in local languages like Hindi.
Sometimes, the kids grasp local names much faster than the names in English.
However, you should only use this technique when the kid is finding it difficult to learn some names in English.
Of course, you can’t smell fruits online.
However, whenever you bring some fruits at home, let your kids smell the aroma of different varieties of fruits.
And when the kids know a fruit smells in a certain way, you can easily teach them to remember the name.
It’s an effective method to learn and understand each fruit and its characteristics.
If you know a fruit is being used in some sort of preparation in the kitchen, you can remember it next time.
With this technique, all you need to know is the name of your favorite dishes.
And the mind will automatically point out the ingredients (or fruits in our case) required for the dish.
Kathal ki Biryani requires Jackfruit as the main ingredient.
Aamras need Mangoes in the pulp form.
So, use this technique and see if you or your kids can remember the names of fruits.
Meanwhile, if you have some queries related to fruits name in your mind, take a look at the following FAQs section.
In this section, I have tried to share some of the most common questions asked related to the names of fruits.
There are quite a few names of Jamun in English.
Here’s the list – Indian Blueberry, Jambool, Black Plum, Jaman, Jambul
In English, Bel fruit is known as Wood Apple.
Sapota or Sapodilla
Taad Fal or Taad Gola in Hindi/Marathi
Babugosha is nothing but an Indian Pear fruit.
And if you want to find more resources on similar topics, take a look at the following section.
If you are interested in knowing Sanskrit names of some of the Indian fruits, do check this guide here.
In this guide, I have also shared a few interesting facts and historical details of our Indian fruits.
So, I’m sure you will get to learn something new from the guide.
Vegetables Name In Hindi, English And Sanskrit
Similarly, I have also shared a couple of guides on the vegetables available in India.
Hindi and English guide:
In this guide, you will find all Indian vegetables names along with their uses in Indian cuisine.
Also, you will find detailed category-wise names on this list, which will make your job easier to find the vegetables names in these languages.
Sanskrit names guide:
As the name says, in this guide, I have shared a list of vegetables name in Sanskrit.
Like fruits name in Sanskrit, you will also find it interesting to learn about some of the unknown vegetables name in this ancient language.
So, do check out these guides if you liked the above list.
Over To You
Sometimes, I find it so fascinating to see how the names of fruits are quite similar in both these languages.
For eg., Papaya – Papita
I found such similarities while preparing the Sanskrit list for fruits names and vegetables names.
Of course, Sanskrit was the primary language of ancient India.
So, it has influenced many regional languages in many ways than any other language in the world today.
And if you are passionate about learning new information on languages, I’m sure you can relate to these findings.
I guess that’s the fun of knowing different names in different languages.
Now, before you close this page, I want you to tell me your favorite fruits name in Hindi and English.
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