What is it called in different languages?
English: fig
Telugu: athi pallu / boda
Hindi: anjeeer/ gular
Tamil: atti pazham
Kannada: anjura/ athi
Marathi: anjira/ rumbad
Bengali: dumoor

About fig: The botanical name of fig is Ficus Carica. Figs are fruits of ficus tree. They belong to Moraceae family (mulberry family). Figs have a soft, chewy texture with edible seeds. They are sweet in taste. Fresh figs are delicate and go bad quickly, so they are dried to preserve them all year round. Figs are high in sugars. Minerals, vitamin A, K, proteins, fiber, carbohydrates. They act as a natural laxative because of their high fiber content.
1. Raw fig

2. Dry fig

– Promotes digestive health
– Improves vascular and heart health
– Regulates blood sugar levels
– Reduces the risk of cancer
– Promotes skin health
– Fights constipation

– You can make milkshake –
– Can make halwa (sweet recipe) –
– You can make jam –
– Can make barfi (sweet recipe) –
– You can make cake –
– Can make cookies –