Ginger(Adrak) Spice Name in different Indian languages (regional)

Ginger (Adrak) Spice Name in different Indian languages (regional)

Ginger(Adrak) Spice Name in different Indian languages (regional)
Names of Spices and Condiments in Hindi, English, Gujrati and other Indian languages (regional)

Ginger: (Adrak)

Ginger is an amazing herb that is native to China and India. It has a peppery taste, with a hint of lemon, and a sharp aroma. Ginger can be used fresh, dried, powdered and pickled. It can also be used in the form of juice or oil. For ages It has been used in Ayurveda due to its numerous medicinal properties. Ginger is considered to be a powerhouse of health benefits.

What is Ginger (Adrak) Called in Hindi and Other Indian Languages(Regional)?

Ginger is the English name for this spice, it is scientifically called as Zinziber officinale. It is commonly named as Adrak in Hindi, Ada in Bengali, Oriya, Adu in Gujarati, Panjab, Shunti in Kannada, Inji in Malayalam, Tamil, Ale in Marathi, Allam in Telugu.

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Spice Name
Ginger meaning in Hindi : अदरक
Ginger meaning in Marathi : आले
Ginger meaning in Kannada : ಶುಂಠಿ
Ginger meaning in Tamil : இஞ்சி
Ginger meaning in Telugu : అల్లం
Ginger meaning in Malayalam : ഇഞ്ചി
Ginger meaning in Urdu : ادرک
Ginger meaning in Gujarati : આદુ
Ginger meaning in Punjabi : ਅਦਰਕ
Ginger meaning in Bengali : আদা
Ginger meaning in Spanish : jengibre
Ginger meaning in English : ginger