Fruits Name in English & Hindi: Best 100 Fruits Name

Ranjay Kumar

Fruits Name in English & Hindi: Best 100 Fruits Name
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Fruits are indispensable for a balanced diet, offering a rich array of nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and fiber crucial for health. They grow on trees, bushes, and vines, coming in a variety of flavors and colors, ranging from sweet to tangy. Many fruits contain seeds that can sprout into new plants. The different colors of fruits often indicate diverse beneficial compounds they contain. This article delves into the delightful world of fruits, exploring their names in both English and Hindi.

फल एक स्वस्थ और संतुलित आहार का महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा है। ये न केवल स्वादिष्ट होते हैं, बल्कि पोषक तत्वों, विटामिन्स, और खनिजों से भरपूर भी होते हैं जो अच्छे स्वास्थ्य के लिए आवश्यक होते हैं।

भारत एक विविध और रंगीन फलों से भरपूर देश है, और हिंदी भाषा, जो देश में बोली जाने वाली आधिकारिक भाषाओं में से एक है, उसके फलों के नाम जानना विशेष रूप से महत्वपूर्ण होता है। यह उन लोगों के लिए भी सहायक हो सकता है जो हिंदी भाषा में बोलते हैं या भारत में यात्रा कर रहे हैं।

List of 100 Fruits Name in English and hindi with images

This list of 100 fruit names (there are actually nearly 100 fruits listed in Hindi and English!) encompasses a diverse range of fruits commonly enjoyed in India and worldwide. Knowing fruit names in both Hindi and English can assist children (and parents!) during shopping, cooking, and language learning endeavors. It’s also beneficial for anyone eager to discover new fruits and incorporate them into their diet.

100 फलो के नाम हिंदी और इंग्लिश में फोटो के साथ

Fruits Name in EnglishFruits Name in HindiFruits images
Apple – एप्पलसेब – Sebapple-सेब
Banana – बनानाकेला – KelaBanana-केला
Coconut – कोकोनटनारियल – NariyalCoconut-नारियल
Orange – ऑरेंजसंतरा – SantraOrange संतरा
Pineapple – पाइनएप्पलअनानास – AnanasPineapple-अनानास
Papaya – पपायापपीता – PapitaPapaya पपीता
Mango – मैंगोआम – Aammango-आम
Guava – गुआवाअमरुद – Amrudguava-अमरूद
Lemon – लेमननीबू – NimbusLemon-नीबू
Watermelon – वाटरमेलनतरबूज – TarboojWatermelon-तरबूज
Wood Apple – वुड एप्पलबेल – BelWood-Apple-बेल
Apricots – एप्रिकोट्सखुबानी – Khubaneeapricot-खुबानी
Almond – आलमंडबादाम – Badam
बादाम खाने के फायदे जानें
Almond-बादाम
Avocado – एवोकाडोमक्खनफल – MakkhanPhalavocado-fruit-मक्खनफल
Black Currant – ब्लैक करंटफालशेब – FalshebBlack-Currant-फालशेब
Blackberry – ब्लैकबेरीजामुन – JamunBlackberry-जामुन
Blueberry – ब्लूबेरीनीलबदरी – NeelbadriBlueberry-नीलबदरी
Cashews – कश्युकाजू – KajooCashews-काजू
Cherry – चेरीचेरी फल – Cheri phalCherry-चेरी
Custard Apple – कस्टर्ड एप्पलशरीफा, सीताफल – Sarifa,Custard-Apple-सीताफल
Date fruit – डेट फ्रूटखजूर – Khajoor Dates-खजूर
Dragon Fruit – ड्रैगन फ्रूटड्रैगन फल – Dragon PhalDragonfruit-ड्रैगन
Fig Fruit – फिग फ्रूटअंजीर का फल – Anjir ka PhalFig-अंजीर
Gooseberry – गूसबेर्रीकरौंदा – KarondaGooseberry-करौंदा
Pomelo – पोमेलोचकोतरा – ChakotaraPomelo-चकोतरा
Grapes – ग्रैप्सअंगूर – AngurGrapes-अंगूर
Jackfruit – जैकफ्रूटकटहल – KathalJackfruit-कटहल
Lychee – लीचीलीची – LicheeLychees-लीची
Mulberry – मुल्बेर्रीशहतूत – ShahtootMulberry-शहतूत
Walnut – नटअखरोट – AkhrotWalnut-अखरोट
Olive fruit – ओलिव फ्रूटजैतून का फल – Jaitun ka phalOlive-Fruit-जैतून
Peach – पीचआडू – AadooPeach आडू
Pear – पियरनाशपति – NashpatiPear-नाशपाती
Pomegranate – पोमेग्रेनेटअनार – AnaarPomegranate-अनार
Sapota – सपोताचीकू – ChikooSapodilla-चीकू
Starfruit – स्टारफ्रूटकमरख – KamrakhStar-Fruit-कमरख
Sweet Lime – स्वीट लाइममौसंबी – MosambiSweet-Lime मौसम्बी
Tamarind – टैमरिंडइमली – EmaliTamarind-इमली
Acai Berry – एकै बेर्रीकाला जामुन – Kala JamunAcai-Berry काला जामुन
Muskmelon – मस्कमेलनखरबूजा – KharbujaMuskmelon-खरबूजा
Prickly pear – प्रिक्क्ली पीयरकांटेदार नाशपाती – Kantedaar nashpatiPrickly-Pear-नागफनी
Jujube – जुजुबेबेर – BerJujube-बेर
Strawberry – स्ट्रॉबेरीस्ट्रॉबेरी – StrawberryStrawberry
Cashew apple – कैशेव एप्पलकाजू फल – Kaju phalCashews-काजू
Quince – क़ुइंसश्रीफल, शफरफल – Shriphal, safarphalQuince-श्रीफल
Passion fruit – पैशन फ्रूटकृष्णा फल – Krishna phalPassion-Fruit कृष्णा फल
Palm fruit – पाल्म फ्रूटताड़ का फल – Tad ka phalPalm-Fruit
Persimmon – पर्सीम्मोनतेंदू फल – Tendu phalpersimmon-तेंदू-फल
Raspberry – रास्पबेरीरसभरी – RasbhariRaspberry-रसभरी
Red banana – रेड बनानालाल केला – Lal KelaRed-banana-लाल-केला
Soursop fruit – सॉरसोप फ्रूटहनुमान फल – Hanuman phalSoursop-हनुमान-फल
Kiwi – कीवीकीवी – KiwiKiwi-कीवी
Myrobalan – माइरोबालनआंवला – AanvalaMyrobalan-आंवला
Malta fruit – माल्टा फ्रूटमाल्टा नीबू – Malta NimbuMalta-Fruit-माल्टा-नीबू
Mimusops – मिमुसोप्सखिरनी – KhirniMimusop-खिरनी
Dates – डेट्सखजूर – KhajurDates-खजूर
Elderberry – एल्डरबेर्रीएल्डरबेर्रिज – AldrberigElderberry
Monk fruit – मोंक फ्रूटसाधू फल – Sadhu phalMonk-Fruit
Cloudberry – क्लाउडबेर्रीक्लाउड बेर्री – Klaud berriCloudberry
Cranberry – क्रेनबेरीक्रैनबेर्री – KrenberryCranberry
Feijoa – फीज़ियोफेजोवा – PhejobaFeijoa
Goji berry – गोजी बेर्रीगोजी बेर – Goji berGoji-berry-गोजी-बेरी
Honeyberry – हनी बेर्रीहनी बेर – Honey berHoneyberry-हनी-बेर
Huckleberry – हकलबेरीहकलबेरी – HakalberyHuckleberry-हकलबेरी
Jabuticaba – जबुतिकाबाजबुतिकाबा – JabutikabaJabuticaba जबूतिकाबा
Kiwano – किवानोकिवानो – KivonoKiwano-किवानो
Mangosteen – मैंगोस्टीनमैंगोस्टीन – MangosteenMangosteen
Miracle fruit – मिरेकल फ्रूटचमत्कारी फल – Chamatkari phalMiracle-fruit-चमत्कारी-फल
Pineberry – पाइनबेर्रीपाइन बेरी – Pine berryPineberry
Salak – सालकसलाक – SalakSalak
Satsuma – सतसुमासतसुमा – SatsumaOwari-Satsuma
Star apple – स्टार एप्पलसितारा सेब – Sitara sebStar-apple-सितारा-सेब
Surinam cherry – सुरीनाम चैरीसूरीनाम चेरी – Surinaam cherisurinam cherry
Tamarillo – टमारिल्लोटमारिल्लो – TamarilloTamarillo-टमारिल्लो
Ugli fruit – उगली फ्रूटउगली फल – Ugli phalUgli-fruit-उंगली फल
Palmyra fruit – पल्मयरा फ्रूटताड़ का फल – Tad ka phalpalmyra ताड़ का फल
Sweet potato – स्वीट पोटैटोशकरकंद – ShakarkandSweet-Potato-शकरकंद
Kadamba fruit – कदम्ब फ्रूटकदम्ब फल – Kadamble phalKadamba-कदम्ब
Jicama fruit – जिकामा फ्रूटजिका फल – Jika phalJicama-fruit-जिका-फल
Pithecellobium dulce – पिथ्सल्लोबियम डल्सजंगल जलेबी – Jungle JalebiPithecellobium-Dulce-जंगल-जलेबी
Mandarin orange – मैंडरिन ऑरेंजकिन्नू – KinnuMandarin-किन्नू
Limonia-Acidissima – लिमोनिआ एसीडिसिमाकैथा – KaithaLimonia-Acidissima-कैथा
Dry dates – ड्राइ डेट्सछोहारा – ChhoharaDrydates-छोहारा
Solanum Nigrum – सलेनम नाइग्रममकोय – MakoySolanum-Nigrum-मकोय
Badhal Fruit बड़हलबड़हल – Badahalbadhal-fruit-बड़हल
Cucumber – ककम्बरखीरा – khiraCucumber-खीरा
Longan – लोंगनलौंगन LonganLongan-लोंगन
Loquat – लोकाटलोकाट – LoquatLoquat
Nance – नैंसनैंस – NanceNance-नैंस

Some Famous 10 Fruit Names

Fruit names provide an excellent way for kids to learn English as they are easy to remember and often have distinct sounds that capture children’s interest. Many children find fruits fascinating, which makes learning their names more engaging. Moreover, since many fruits are widely available across different regions and cultures, kids can gain insights into various fruits worldwide.

Whether you’re searching for “10 fruits name in Hindi” or “10 falon ke naam,” the goal is the same: to discover ten common fruits. Here are the top 10 fruit names in both Hindi and English along with their translations:

  • Apple – सेब (Seb)
  • Banana – केला (Kela)
  • Mango – आम (Aam)
  • Orange – संतरा (Santara)
  • Grapes – अंगूर (Angoor)
  • Pineapple – अनानास (Ananas)
  • Watermelon – तरबूज (Tarbuj)
  • Papaya – पपीता (Papita)
  • Guava – अमरूद (Amrud)
  • Pomegranate – अनार (Anar)

Let’s explore fruit names through this delightful poem:

  • In a garden, where the sun’s bright gleams,
  • Grow fruits that populate our sweetest dreams.
  • Apples, red and juicy, so divine,
  • A snack that’s tasty, hard to outshine.
  • Oranges, round and bursting with zest,
  • Their tangy flavor, always the best.
  • Grapes in bunches, green or deep red,
  • Perfect before you head to bed.
  • Strawberries, seeds upon their top,
  • One bite and you just can’t stop.
  • Watermelons, big and lushly green,
  • Inside, pink flesh so fresh and clean.
  • Mangoes, golden, juicy and so sweet,
  • Every bite a delicious treat.
  • Fruits are fun, a joy to eat,
  • Healthy snacks, always neat and sweet!

Fruits Name in English

List of Fruits Name in English
AppleGrapefruitPersimmon
BananaPeachCantaloupe
OrangePlumHoneydew Melon
MangoCherryBlackberry
PineapplePearKiwifruit
WatermelonGrapeMulberry
KiwiGuavaJackfruit
PapayaPomegranateCurrant
StrawberryApricotElderberry
BlueberryCranberryGooseberry
RaspberryFigDate
LemonAvocadoOlive
LimePassion fruitTangerine
PapawLycheeAckee
BoysenberryDragonfruitDurian

Dry Fruits Name in English and Hindi

Understanding the most commonly used dry fruit names in English can benefit your child in numerous scenarios, from navigating grocery stores to ordering meals at restaurants. These dry fruits are not just tasty but also rich in vital nutrients.

Dry fruits are frequently incorporated into desserts, sweets, and various culinary preparations. Yet, deciphering their names in both Hindi and English may pose a challenge, especially for those unfamiliar with both languages.

Here are the names of the most commonly used dry fruits:

  • Raisin – किशमिश (Kishmish)
  • Date – खजूर (Khajoor)
  • Prunes – सूखे आलू (Sukhe Aloo)
  • Cranberry – क्रैनबेरी (Cranberry)
  • Mango – सूखा आम (Sookha Aam)
  • Pineapple – सूखा अनानास (Sookha Ananas)
  • Papaya – सूखा पपीता (Sookha Papita)
  • Kiwi – सूखी कीवी (Sookhi Kiwi)
  • Figs – सूखे अंजीर (Sukhe Anjeer)
  • Apricots – सूखे खुबानी (Sukhe Khubani)

What is India’s national fruit?

The Mango is India’s national fruit, celebrated for its delicious sweetness and cultural importance nationwide. Revered as the “King of Fruits,” it embodies prosperity, fertility, and happiness in Indian traditions. With its vibrant hues and rich taste, mangoes are especially beloved during the hot summer months. Available in diverse varieties, each offering a unique flavor and texture, mangoes are cherished fresh, as juice, or in culinary creations, appealing to people of all generations.

What is the official state fruit of Uttarakhand?

The state fruit of Uttarakhand is the Kafal fruit, known for its small, round shape and vibrant red color. Native to the hilly regions of Uttarakhand, Kafal boasts a delightful sweet and tangy flavor cherished by locals and tourists alike. It’s frequently used in preparing jams, juices, and traditional sweets. Beyond its culinary uses, Kafal holds cultural significance and is esteemed for its medicinal benefits. Growing abundantly in Uttarakhand’s forests, Kafal trees enhance the region’s rich natural diversity.

50 Fruits Name in Hindi

There is a list containing names of 45 different fruits.

List of Fruits Name in Hindi
सेबनीबूअम्ला
केलाछुहाराकाले जामुन
संतराआड़ूअंजीर
आमआलूबुखाराभीमफल
अंनानासचेरीनाना
तरबूजनाशपातीजैकफ्रूट
कीवीअंगूरताड़
पपीताअमरुदख़ुबानी
स्ट्रॉबेरीअनारचिल्ला
ब्लूबेरीखुबानीबेल
रस्पबेरीक्रैनबेरीखीरा
नींबूअंजीरकाजू
तेंदुआएवोकाडोखरबूज
बब्लोपैशन फ्रूटखीरा
आंवलालीचीड्रैगन फ्रूट

Explore Fruits: Names and Descriptions

Fruits are nature’s vibrant and nutritious gems, providing a diverse range of flavors, textures, and health benefits. From the juicy sweetness of a ripe mango to the refreshing tang of a zesty orange, each fruit offers its own distinctive charm.

Fruits NameDescription
JackfruitKnown for its enormous size and sweet, fibrous flesh, jackfruit is a staple in many tropical regions.
ChikuThis brown, grainy fruit encases a sweet and grainy flesh that is both satisfying and nourishing.
MulberryThese small, dark berries are rich in antioxidants and are a delightful addition to desserts and jams.
Passion FruitKnown for its aromatic and intensely flavorful seeds, passion fruit is a tropical delight.
StarfruitWith its unique star-like shape and tangy-sweet flavor, starfruit is a visually striking fruit.
Custard AppleAlso known as sugar apple, this fruit has creamy, white flesh and a sweet, custard-like taste.
GooseberryPacked with Vitamin C, gooseberries are known for their tart flavor and numerous health benefits.
Peach PalmThis tropical fruit, also known as pejibaye, is native to Central and South America and has a starchy, sweet taste.
LonganSimilar to lychee, longan is a sweet and fragrant fruit with translucent flesh.
JujubeThese small, red, or brown fruits are sweet and commonly used in traditional medicines.
FeijoaFeijoa, or pineapple guava, has a unique flavor that combines tropical fruitiness with a hint of mint.
Acai BerryThis dark purple fruit is packed with antioxidants and is known for its potential health benefits.
KiwiKiwifruit, often referred to as kiwi, is renowned for its vibrant green color and juicy, tangy taste.
Black CurrantBlack currants are small, dark berries with a tart and slightly sweet flavor.

Himachal Pradesh: Names of Fruits in English

Himachal Pradesh, a state in northern India, is renowned for its abundant fruit production. Known for its high-quality produce, the state has become a major hub for fruit processing and packaging industries.

In Hindi, fruits are referred to as “phal” (फल). Some of the popular fruits grown in Himachal Pradesh and their Hindi names are:

  • Apple – सेब (Seb)
  • Mango – आम (Aam)
  • Peach – आड़ू (Aaru)
  • Apricot – खुबानी (Khubani)
  • Plum – बेर (Ber)
  • Kiwi – कीवी (Kiwi)
  • Pear – नाशपाती (Nashpati)
  • Cherry – चेरी (Cheri)
  • Strawberry – स्ट्रॉबेरी (Strawberry)
  • Grapes – अंगूर (Angoor)

These fruits are not only popular within Himachal Pradesh but are also exported to various parts of India and abroad. Fruit cultivation has played a significant role in the state’s economy, providing an important source of livelihood for many people in the region.

Fruit Name: Jamrukh in English

Jamrukh (जामरुख) is a type of fruit known in English as “Pomelo” or “Pummelo”. This citrus fruit, closely related to the grapefruit, is the largest of all citrus fruits. It features a thick, spongy rind and a sweet, juicy pulp with a mild, slightly bitter flavor.

Pomelo, or Jamrukh, is a rich source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and magnesium. It also contains antioxidants and other plant compounds that may provide health benefits, such as reducing inflammation and promoting heart health.

In India, Jamrukh or Pomelo is widely grown in the eastern and northeastern regions and is a popular fruit during the winter months. It is often given as a gift during festivals and celebrations and is also used in traditional medicine for its various health benefits. Its delicious and nutritious nature, combined with its unique flavor, make it a great addition to any diet.

English: Apple Hindi Name

The fruit known as apple in Hindi is called सेब (seb), pronounced as “sayb”. Apples hold significant popularity in India and are widely enjoyed across the country. The term “seb” originates from the Sanskrit word “sevya”, meaning ‘worth of being served’.

Apples are celebrated for their myriad health advantages, being rich in fiber, vitamin C, and antioxidants. In Hindi literature, they frequently appear in poems and tales as symbols of beauty, love, and purity.

Here are some interesting facts about fruits

  • Bananas are berries, but strawberries are not. Botanically, bananas fit the definition of a berry, while strawberries do not.
  • Apples float in water because they are 25% air. This makes them less dense than water, so they float.
  • Pineapples take about two years to grow. Each pineapple plant produces only one fruit per season.
  • Kiwis have more vitamin C than oranges. A single kiwi can provide 273% of the daily recommended intake of vitamin C.
  • Tomatoes are fruits. While often used as vegetables in cooking, botanically, tomatoes are classified as fruits.
  • Watermelons are 92% water, making them an excellent hydrating fruit.
  • Oranges were originally green. In warmer regions, oranges remain green even when ripe.
  • Grapes explode when you put them in the microwave. The high water content and thin skin cause them to pop.
  • Avocados have the highest protein content of all fruits. They also contain healthy fats and are nutrient-dense.
  • Cranberries bounce when they are ripe. This is due to tiny air pockets inside the berries.

The Importance of Fruits in Daily Life

Fruits play a vital role in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. They are packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that support various bodily functions and boost overall health. Here’s why incorporating fruits into your daily diet is important:

Nutrient-Rich:

Fruits are a great source of essential nutrients such as vitamins C and A, potassium, fiber, and folate. These nutrients are crucial for the proper functioning of the body and help prevent deficiencies.

Boosts Immunity:

The high vitamin C content in many fruits, like oranges and strawberries, helps strengthen the immune system, protecting the body against infections and diseases.

Improves Digestion:

Fruits are rich in dietary fiber, which aids in digestion and prevents constipation. Fiber also promotes a healthy gut microbiome, contributing to overall digestive health.

Reduces Disease Risk:

Regular consumption of fruits has been linked to a lower risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and certain cancers. The antioxidants in fruits help combat oxidative stress and inflammation in the body.

Hydration:

Many fruits, such as watermelon and cucumber, have high water content, which helps keep the body hydrated. Proper hydration is essential for maintaining bodily functions and overall health.

Weight Management:

Fruits are low in calories and high in fiber, making them an excellent choice for weight management. They provide a feeling of fullness, reducing the likelihood of overeating.

Enhances Skin Health:

The vitamins and antioxidants in fruits contribute to healthy, glowing skin. Vitamin C, in particular, helps in collagen production, which maintains skin elasticity and prevents wrinkles.

Natural Energy Source:

Fruits provide natural sugars, which are a quick source of energy. They are an excellent snack option for an energy boost without the crash associated with processed sugars.

Mental Well-Being:

Some studies suggest that the consumption of fruits can positively impact mental health. The nutrients in fruits can help reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, promoting overall mental well-being.

Why is it Important to Learn the fruits name?

Nutritional Awareness:

Understanding the names of fruits helps individuals recognize and choose a variety of nutritious options, contributing to a balanced diet.

Cultural Literacy:

Many fruits are integral to different cultures and cuisines. Knowing their names can enhance one’s appreciation of diverse culinary traditions.

Language Development:

For children, learning fruit names is a fundamental part of vocabulary building and language development.

Health Benefits:

Knowledge of various fruits and their benefits encourages healthier eating habits and can aid in the prevention of diet-related illnesses.

Educational Foundation:

For students, especially in early education, learning the names of fruits is often part of the curriculum and serves as a foundation for further learning in biology and nutrition.

Practicality:

In daily life, knowing the names of fruits can be practical when shopping, cooking, and discussing dietary preferences or restrictions.

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FAQs

What is the English name for “सेब”?

Answer: Apple

What is the English name for “केला”?

Answer: Banana

What is the English name for “आम”?

Answer: Mango

What is the English name for “नाशपाती”?

Answer: Pear

What is the English name for “संतरा”?

Answer: Orange

What is the English name for “अंगूर”?

Answer: Grape

What is the English name for “अनार”?

Answer: Pomegranate

What is the English name for “आलूबुखारा”?

Answer: Plum

What is the English name for “पपीता”?

Answer: Papaya

What is the English name for “स्ट्रॉबेरी”?

Answer: Strawberry

Conclusion

This comprehensive list covers a variety of delicious and nutritious fruits, each known for its unique taste and benefits. Whether you enjoy the crisp sweetness of an apple (सेब) or the tropical delight of a mango (आम), these fruits (फल) offer a rich diversity of flavors and textures. From the familiar banana (केला) to exotic options like dragon fruit (ड्रैगन फ्रूट), exploring these fruits can add vibrancy to your diet and enhance your culinary experiences.

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