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Dinesh Valke

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Burseraceae (incense or torchwood family) » Garuga pinnata


gah-REW-guh -- from Telugu, the language of the Coromandel coast of India, garuga
pin-NAY-tuh -- feather-shaped


commonly known as: grey downy balsam • Assamese: পমা pama • Bengali: jum, কপিল kapila • Garo: dumi • Gujarati: કાકેઢ kaked, ખુસિંબ khusimb • Hindi: खरपात kharpat • Kannada: ಅರನೆಲ್ಲಿ aranelli, ಬಿಳಿಗಡ್ಡೆ biligadde, ಕಾಷ್ಠನೆಲ್ಲಿ kaashthanelli • Konkani: कुडक kudak • Malayalam: അണ്ണകാര annakaara, കാട്ടുനെല്ലി kaattunelli • Marathi: काकड kakad, कणगर kanagar • Mizo: bungbu tuairam • Nepalese: दबदबे dabdabe • Oriya: kekadogatcho • Sanskrit: कर्णिकारः karnikarha, किङ्किरातः kinikirath • Sikkimese: dapdapay • Tamil: அருநெல்லி arunelli, கருவேம்பு karuvempu • Telugu: గరుగ garuga, కొండ వేప konda vepa


Native to: southern China, Indian sub-continent, Indo-China, Malesia


Edible use (WILD):
... unripe fruit (as VEGETABLE) eaten raw or pickled
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