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The Fruit of Sita (Sitaphal)

First Online: September 01, 2006
Page Last Updated: January 10, 2018

Sita's fruit (a.k.a. Seetaphal and Sitaphal) 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.

Vikas Kamat/Kamat's Potpourri
The Seetaphal Fruit
The Seetaphal Fruit
The fruit has a buttery texture and a delighful flavor


© K. L. Kamat
"My capital is too small to expand my fruit business."
Woman Selling Sita's Fruits

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