What is it called in different languages?
English: water chestnut
Hindi: singhara
Bengali: singda
Telugu: kubyakam/ pandi gadda/ rakshasa pandu
Tamil: pannimonthan kizhangu

About water chestnuts: Water chestnuts are native to India and many other countries. They are aquatic tuber vegetables which grow in marshes, ponds, paddy fields. Water chestnuts have a crispy white flesh. The botanical name of water chestnuts is Eleocharis dulcis. Water chestnuts belong to cyperaceae family. They are a rich source of fiber, manganese, vitamin B6, riboflavin, copper, proteins.

– It acts as a body coolant
– Good for your hair
– Helps to eliminate toxins from your body
– Aids in weight loss
– Lowers blood pressure levels
– Prevents cancer

– You can make curry –https://youtu.be/dkGIdIVAkYw
– Can make snacks –https://youtu.be/EoeuDYCcn-4
– You can make a salad –https://youtu.be/DUHFPB9LzqY
– Can make chilly water chestnuts (appetizer) –https://youtu.be/HuZAeezyn4M
– You can make dosa –https://youtu.be/zk_ZAsGXOWk