Fruits name in Sanskrit

Learn Fruits name in Sanskrit along with its transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi. Also learn some interesting facts about each fruit.

In Sanskrit फलानां नामानि (phalānāṃ nāmāni) means Names of Fruits.

This list is very helpful for students and newbies interested in learning Sanskrit.

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Mango - आम्रम्

In Sanskrit, Mango is known as आम्रम् (āmram) and आम in Hindi.

The word आम्रम् can be applied in a sentence as given below:

आम्रं मधुरम् अस्ति। (āmraṃ madhuram asti।), which means “The mango is sweet”.

Additional information:
Mangoes vary in size, shape, colour and sweetness. The skin colour may be pale yellow, gold, or orange when ripe. They are green in color when not ripe.

Guava

Guava - आग्रलम्

In Sanskrit, Guava is known as आग्रलम् (āgralam) and अमरूद in Hindi.

The word आग्रलम् can be applied in a sentence as given below:

आग्रलं हरितवर्णम् अस्ति। (āgralaṃ haritavarṇam asti।), which means “Guava is green in color”.

Additional information:
Guavas are long, round or oval. The outer skin is usually green before maturity and may be yellow or green when ripe.

Pomegranate - दाडिमम्

In Sanskrit, Pomegranate is known as दाडिमम् (dāḍimam) and अनार in Hindi.

The word दाडिमम् can be applied in a sentence as given below:

दाडिमं रक्तवर्णम् अस्ति। (dāḍimaṃ raktavarṇam asti।), which means “Pomegranate is red in color”.

Additional information:
Pomegranates are generally maroon or Red in color with an outer hard skin and inner spongy wall where seeds (red) attach.

Grapes - द्राक्षाफलम्

In Sanskrit, Grapes is known as द्राक्षाफलम् (drākṣāphalam) and अंगूर in Hindi.

The word द्राक्षाफलम् can be applied in a sentence as given below:

द्राक्षाफलं स्वादिष्टम् अस्ति। (drākṣāphalaṃ svādiṣṭam asti।), which means “The grape fruit is tasty”.

Additional information:
Grapes grow in clusters of 15 to 300. Their color can be crimson, black, dark blue, yellow, green, orange or pink. Their taste can be sour or sweet.

Orange - नारङ्गम्

In Sanskrit, Orange is known as नारङ्गम् (nāraṅgam) and संतरा in Hindi.

The word नारङ्गम् can be applied in a sentence as given below:

नारङ्गं मधुरम् अस्ति। (nāraṅgaṃ madhuram asti।), which means “The orange is sweet”.

Additional information:
Oranges are mostly grown in tropical and subtropical climates. They are generally sweet to taste. Sometimes they can be sour.

Papaya - मधुकर्कटी

In Sanskrit, Papaya is known as मधुकर्कटी (madhukarkaṭī) and पपीता in Hindi.

The word मधुकर्कटी can be applied in a sentence as given below:

मधुकर्कट्याः बीजानि कृष्णवर्णानि सन्ति। (madhukarkaṭyāḥ bījāni kṛṣṇavarṇāni santi।), which means “The papaya’s seeds are black in color”.

Additional information:
Papaya fruit is a large berry. Its skin attains an amber or orange shade and feels soft when it is ripe. There are seeds inside it which are black in color.

Banana - कदलीफलम्

In Sanskrit, Banana is known as कदलीफलम् (kadalīphalam) and केला in Hindi.

The word कदलीफलम् can be applied in a sentence as given below:

बालाकाय कदलीफलं खादितुं रोचते। (bālākāya kadalīphalaṃ khādituṃ rocate।), which means “That boy likes to eat banana”.

Additional information:
Banana fruits develop in a large hanging cluster. The hanging cluster is known as a bunch. Banana fruits have been described as a leathery berry.

plum - coloured

Java Plum or Black Plum - जम्बूफलम्

In Sanskrit, Java Plum or Black Plum is known as जम्बूफलम् (jambūphalam) and जामुन in Hindi.

The word जम्बूफलम् can be applied in a sentence as given below:

जम्बूफलं स्वादिष्टम् अस्ति। (jambūphalaṃ svādiṣṭam asti।), which means “The black plum is tasty”.

Additional information:
Java plum or Black plum are purple in colour with a combination of sweet and sour taste. It is native to the Indian Subcontinent and surrounding regions.