Learn the Names of Fruits in Telugu and English


Fruits are an integral part of our diets and are packed full of essential vitamins. Learning their names both in English and Telugu will enable children to navigate both languages while expanding their vocabulary effectively.

Apples, often referred to in Telugu as regu, are one of the most common fruits. Other commonly recognized fruit names include litchi pandu for lychee and mango.


Kobbari is the Telugu word for coconut and refers to both its fruit and the tree from which it comes. Also referred to as kaya, bondage, or chettu, it resembles an oval hard-shelled nut with fibrous husk and thick white meat surrounded by an internal cavity filled with fluid or milk when fresh; commonly shredded for use in various recipes or enjoyed simply as a snack. Cocos nucifera trees that produce its fruit can be found throughout tropical areas – planted widely throughout tropical regions.

Nearly all Indian languages have names for coconuts, with Hindi nariyal being one such example among many; others are Urdu nariyal, Punjabi naariyal, Marathi nariyellllmu, and Gujarati nariyellllmu being others; these terms often echo Sanskrit nariyal (coconut).

Andhra Pradesh and Telangana dialects use the term kobbari for whole green tender coconut, typically used for making copra or used at temples for worship purposes. Another type of coconut that’s not fresh has dry and stiff coir surrounding it, and this Kottayam or tenkaaya variety is commonly known.

Kobbari Vundalu is an irresistibly delicious sweet made with coconut and jaggery that has long been associated with Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. This dessert’s distinctive taste has won it the hearts of many. Prep for it quickly, and it makes the perfect treat for any celebration; using ample coconut and jaggery adds sweetness while being healthy, too – ingredients needed are readily available; its results are magnificent; anyone can enjoy eating this delightful delight.

Araru Gaddalu

Araru Gaddalu is a fruit widely utilized in Telugu cuisine. This variety of berries contains numerous essential nutrients and is known to have anti-aging effects. Furthermore, Araru Gaddalu can boost immunity while supporting eye health and helping treat skin conditions such as acne or eczema. You can easily find this affordable fruit at supermarkets.

The fruit has a bitter taste that’s popularly consumed raw, though it can also be cooked in various forms. With its strong fragrance and abundance of antioxidants, the fruit is an excellent ingredient in many desserts, salads, and ice cream dishes. Plus, its easy cultivation means it can thrive anywhere – providing easy access to vitamins A, C & E – as well as helping lower blood cholesterol levels and mitigate heart disease risk!

Regu and Ravi chettu fruits are some of the rarer species found worldwide, making them great additions to a diet rich in proteins and low in fat with many other essential nutrients. A great choice in Southern India.

Telugu cuisine also boasts an assortment of dry fruits, including Pista pappu, Jeedi pappu, and Badham, that make delicious additions to sweet dishes and can be stored easily. Pista pappu and Jeedi pappu contain vitamins A, B6, and C, as well as fiber, which is good for the body. Furthermore, iron-rich, dry fruits such as these help protect against cancer and promote brain function.

Raj Adanamu

Raj Adanamu, known in Telugu as Buchanania cochinchinensis, can also be referred to by its synonyms Buchanania Lanzan and Chironjia Sapida. It’s a small tree with multiple fruits that can be found throughout India’s tropical regions. It is often used in Ayurvedic medicine due to its anti-inflammatory and respiratory benefits as well as improving blood circulation properties; however, users must understand any potential side effects before using Raj Adanamu!

Sanskrit defines “raj” as meaning splendor” or ‘beauty” and can refer to both the color or the flavor of certain fruits. Some cultures consider certain raj-colored fruits sacred, eating them during special ceremonies as they are said to bring good luck and bring beauty. There are various methods available for preparing these delicious additions, and it makes an excellent meal companion!

Raj adenoma is widely acknowledged to be an effective treatment for respiratory ailments in Ayurveda, such as asthma, bronchitis, and coughing. Furthermore, this fruit provides digestive aid as it’s full of antioxidants while acting as a natural diuretic to cleanse the kidneys.

Fruit provides essential fiber, making this fruit easily digestible and available both raw or cooked for consumption. Furthermore, citrus provides ample vitamin C. Again, citric acid contained in citrus fruit helps boost immunity while helping prevent certain diseases – all while being low-calorie and protein-rich!


Kubyakam is an abundantly edible fruit used in various cuisines around the world, featuring its signature sweet taste in many countries across the globe. An excellent source of dietary fiber and antioxidants alike, Kubyakam makes for a delicious snack or dessert and has no fat or sugar content, so it is ideal for diabetics to consume raw or cooked – although most commonly enjoyed as dessert!

The Telugu language boasts many unique names for fruit. While some varieties can be found throughout India, other fruits may only exist in certain states. Some common fruits found across India include bananas, apples, mangoes, grapes, and pineapples, while some rarer species, such as kheera, apricot, and kamala, are exclusive to South India.

Telugu language fruit that contains seeds is called pandu, sometimes pronounced as “pu.” This sweet and delectable treat offers excellent sources of folic acid and vitamin C – an ideal way to help manage weight.

There are many fruits with unique names in Telugu and English languages, most notably apples, bananas, mangoes, oranges, and other seasonal options available year-round – such as guava and lemons – which provide vital boosts to immune systems.


Fruits are an integral part of a balanced diet, and selecting the appropriate ones can help you stay on track with it. Many fruits contain vitamins, minerals, and fiber, which provide energy and may provide instantaneous mood enhancement. Eating bananas, apples, mangoes, or grapes regularly can also help avoid overeating as these items often come in multiple varieties, with each language having its name for it, such as in Telugu, where bananas are called “arati pandu.” Bananas can be found worldwide!

There are also a variety of dry fruits that make great additions to sweet dishes, including Pistachios. Their delicious nutty-flavored nuts can be eaten alone or added to desserts, while cashews add texture and flavor to savory dishes, being used as staple ingredients in many Indian cuisines. Pine Kayalu can also be added to many different meals as an exotic alternative.

Popular dry fruits include ghagras, kharjura, and kheer. Packed with nutrients, these treats can be eaten raw or cooked and added to sweet dishes to improve their flavor.