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The Fruit of Ram (Ramphal)

First Online: December 03, 2010
Page Last Updated: November 01, 2016

Rama's fruit (a.k.a. Ramphal) is an exotic fruit of India, harsh from outside and creamy from inside. Sometimes known as "Custard Apples", it is use to make summer delicacies and ice-cream. The bark and shell of the plant is used in home-made medicine.

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The Fruit of Rama
The Fruit of Rama
See Also: The fruit of Sita

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Fruit Varieties of India
Fruits of India

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Pictures of Bear FruitThe Bimbal Fruit BunchCashews with their Nuts IntactReady to Pluck: A Ripe Cashew FruitTropical Fruits of India
The Guava FruitJuicy Variety of BananasThe Seetaphal FruitReady for the PalateFruit Offerings to Lord Krishna
The Yellow FruitThe Fruit of RamaThe Jack FruitsThe Guava FruitThe Musambi Fruit
The Papaya Fruit

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