Garcinia indica, Kokum Spice name in different Indian languages (regional)


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

Garcinia indica, Kokum Spice name in different Indian languages (regional)

Garcinia indica, Kokum Spice 

Kokam is a fruit which is commonly used in indian cooking for its distinct flavor and aroma. Apart from being used in cooking it is also used to make kokam sherbet which is a refreshing cool beverage. Kokam is said to have many benefits for human health.

What is Garcinia indica called in Hindi and Other Indian Languages(Regional)?

In Hindi it is called Kokum, Kokam, Komal , Amlaveta, Vishambila, in Bengali it is called Mahada, in Kannada  it is called Dhupadamara, Murgala, Tittidika, Murgmahali, Murgala, Huli, Punarpuli. In the Deccan it is called kokam, Ratambi, in Goa  it is called Brindao, Amsel. Ratainbasal, Brindoesiro, in Gujarati  it is called Kokam, Ratamba ,Kokambel ,Birandel, in Kashmiri  it is called Titidika, in Konkani it is called Birondd, Ratambi, Birondi, in Malayalam  it is called Punampuli, in Marathi  it is called Amosole, Bhirand, Chirand, Katambi, Ratamba, Kokam, in Portuguese  it is called Brindall, in Tamil  it is called Murgal, Puli, in Telugu  it is called Chinta, in Tulu  it is called Punarpuli.

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