Jaggery/Gur meaning in English, hindi, telugu, tamil, marathi, Gujrathi, Malayalam, Kannada


Jaggery Condiments name in English, Hindi, Marathi Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu etc

Jaggery/Gur meaning in English, hindi, telugu,tamil,marathi,Gujrathi,Malayalam,Kannada

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

Jaggery/Gur

When you are looking for a natural Sweetening Agent with high nutritional values then jaggery is the most suitable option to be considered. Jaggery is considered as energy food due to high carbohydrate content which provides energy over an extended period of time and highly recommended for athletes. It helps with the digestion when consumed after a heavy meal. It is also considered as a cleansing agent as it helps effective cleaning of respiratory tracts, lungs, food pipe, stomach, and intestines. From fish bait to Animal feed this sweetener can be used for various purposes. It is a good source of Iron but the overconsumption of Jaggery can make you diabetic hence use it accordingly.

What is Jaggery Called in Hindi, Marathi Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu and Other Indian Languages(Regional)?


In English it is called as Jaggery, in Hindi it is commonly called as Gura / Gur, In Tamil it is called as Vellam, in Malayalam it is called as Sharkkara / Vellam, in Telugu it is called as Bellam / Bellamu, in Kannada it is called as Bella, in Bengali it is called as Gur, in Gujarati it is called as Gol / Gur, in Konkani it is called as Godd, in Marathi it is called as Gul, in Oriya it is called as Guda, in Punjabi it is called as Gur and in Kashmiri it is called as Gor.



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