Family: Anacardiaceae Lapsi (also known as labsi or lausi) are a native fruit of Nepal. Subscribe to RSS headline updates from: Powered by FeedBurner, Lists of most common fruits of Nepal (Nepali-English) (Phalphulharu) Aanp - Mango Ainselu - Raspberry (yellow, red, black) Alubukhara - Plum Amalaa  - Gooseberry Ambaa or Ammaa - Guava Anaar - Pomegrante Angoor - Grape Anjir - Fig Aru – Peach Bayar - Indian Plum, Chinese Date Bel - Wood Apple Bhogate -Pummelo, Pomilo Bhuin Katahar – Pineapple Bimiro – Citron Chaaksi -  Mild Orange Chutro – Barberry Chinia Naspaati – Chinese Pear Daakh – Grape Daarim – Pomegranate Haade Bayer - Bead Plum Haade Okhar - Thick-shell black walnut Haluaabed - Persimmon Jaamun – Black Plum, Java Plum Junaar - Junar Orange Jyaamir - Lemon (very sour) Kaathe Jyamir – Rough Lemon – (Citrus jambhiri) Kaalo Jyamir – Rough Lemon ( Chook-amilo Lemon) Kaagati - Lime - (green) Kaaphal -Bay-Berry Kera - Banana Khajoor - Date Kharbooza - Musk Melon Khurpaani - Apricot Kimbu - Mulberry (black, red) Lapsi -Nepalese Hog Plum Lichi - Lichee Fruit Loquat –Loquats Maushambi - Oran, Pure Mustard Oil - Tori ko Tel (तोरी को तेल) Field of bright yellow mustard plant in full bloom in Chitwan area, Nepal Mustard oil is an extremely pungent, yellow-colored oil that comes from pressed mustard seeds ( Brassica juncea ). The kites are highly maneuverable, and are flown using a spindle. A ripe lapsi has a pleasantly tart flavor, Karkalo Gaava Pidhaalu -  Taro   (कर्कलो गाभा पिँडालु) Learn about Taro Plant | Karkalo Gaava Pidhaalu Karkalo is the Nepali name for the  taro  plant, which comes from the tuberous root. [8], At a courtyard inside the old royal palace at Patan, masked dancers representing Asta Matrikā (eight mother goddesses) reenact the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahisasur. 2.3.1    Religious sites based cultural heritage Table 2.2 below offers a quick look of the various religious sites based cultural heritage in Pokhara.This would be followed by their detailed description in the succeeding paragraphs. Sel-Roti resembles a large thin puffed-up doughnut and has a crispy texture with reddish brown color. Calabash Birdhouse Gourd. Southeast Asian varieties have a smooth waxy texture. Special dinners known as Nakhtya (नख्त्या), to which all the relatives are invited, continue for weeks later. Nine shrines dedicated to the deities mark the city's perimeter. The Best Sowing Season for Ash Gourd: Ash gourd crop can be sown from January to March and September to December months. Mohani or Mohni (Devanagari: मोह्नी) is one of the most important festivals among the Newars which involves a packed itinerary of religious services, pilgrimages, family gatherings and outdoor celebrations lasting several days. In monsoon season, sowing can be started after first few rains during the months of May to June. Newar expatriates in Tibet used to celebrate Mohani like in Kathmandu, and they held the Paya procession on the 10th day of the fortnight. They receive bunches of barley shoots planted on the first day as sacred gifts. The mature gourd has a hard and tough shell with a firm and white flesh. Mohani is the equivalent of Nepal's biggest festival Dasain, and there are similarities and differences between the two. As a rainfed crop, it is sown by May in Kerala and by June-July in Tamil Nadu. These heritages are added attractions over natural heritage and can offer memorable experience for tourists in Pokhara. It is prepared by grinding soaked rice to create a thick batter. However, not all of its purported benefits are currently supported by science. There, Green Leafy Vegetables - Hariyo Saag-Paat Haru (साग-पात हरु) - (Part 3 of 4) A Visual Guide to Green Leafy Vegetables of Nepal  This is the continuation of photo guide of leafy vegetables of Nepal. Ash gourd may be a low calorie fruit that’s rich in water, fiber, and other beneficial nutrients. Ash gourd can likewise be wont to make candy, jam, ketchup, cakes, ice cream, or a sweet Indian delicacy referred to as petha.
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