Lime peel (Neebu ka chilka) Condiments Name in different Indian languages (regional)



Lime peel (Neebu ka chilka) Condiments Name in different Indian languages (regional)

Lime peel (Neebu ka chilka) Condiments Name in different Indian languages (regional)


Names of Spices and Condiments in Hindi, English, Gujrati and other Indian languages (regional)

Lime peel: 

Lime peel is the outer skin of the lime fruit. Lime peel has a distinct sour, tart smell. This aroma is very refreshing and hence is used in many body soaps and cleansers. Lime peel is known to have many medicinal properties. It is very effective in treating cough, cold and congestants.

What is Lime Peel Called in Hindi and Other Indian Languages (Regional)?

Lime peel is the English name for this condiment, it is scientifically called as Citrus medica var acida. It is commonly named as Neebu ka chilka in Hindi, Lebur Khosa in Bengali, Limbuni chal in Gujarati, Nimbe sippai in Kannada, Cherunaranga tholu in Malayalam, Limbsal in Marathi, Lembri chopa in Oriya, Elumicham thol in Tamil, Nimma thokku in Telugu.

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