Mace (Javithr) Spice Name in different Indian languages (regional)


Mace (Javithr) Spice Name in different Indian languages (regional)

Mace (Javithr) Spice Name in different Indian languages (regional)

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

Mace: (Javithri)


Mace is a spice that is made from the outer waxy red covering of the nutmeg seeds. Taste of this spice is somewhat similar to nutmeg with a hint of pepper. Mace is used as both a savory as well as sweet flavor enhancer, it is commonly used as a spice on roast meats. For ages it has been used to treat digestive problems like nausea, diarrhea, stomach spasms and gas.

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

Mace is the English name for this spice, it is scientifically called as Myristica fragrans. It is commonly named as Javithri in Hindi, Jayitri in Bengali, Oriya, Jaypatri in Gujarati, Marathi, Jalwatur in Kashmiri, Jathipatri in Malayalam, Tamil, Japathri in Telugu

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