Did you know about these monsoon fruits of India?

Juicy, refreshing and succulent, these monsoon fruits provide a treat to the tongue and retreat to the mind! So, get them all this season and enjoy the monsoon like never before!

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Monsoon comes with a lot of greenery, fresh air, serenity and colourful treats! Wondering what these treats could be? Well, none other than the traditional fruits that come lively during monsoon in India! So, what are you waiting for? Check these out and go for them this monsoon before the season and the fruits disappear from the markets! 


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Also popular as Indian blackberry, Jamun is one of the most loved fruit in India that come along with the arrival of monsoon. With the dark purple hue appearance, this is a sweet-tart flavour fruit which is also considered a refreshing fruit for the season. Not only is jamun eaten raw but it is also served as fresh juices, mocktails, cocktails and in various dishes that carry health benefits. How? Well, you must know that Jamun helps in maintaining blood sugar levels! 


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Who can miss Litchi in the monsoon? While it comes in the market during summer, it remains till the onset of monsoon. This monsoon fruit might look red from this surface but as you peel it, the white, juicy fruit gives you a sweet flavour that you must not miss! This fruit has low calories and high fibre content. It is also enriched in Vitamin C and boosts the immune system. You must also know that Litchi ensures good skin health during damp monsoon weather! 


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These beautiful red-coloured fruits are one of the most popular in India, especially during monsoons. Cherry or juicy berries are refreshing in this season and add to the perfection of the desserts. This fruit is also popular for being used as experiments in various culinary creations by chefs — a glimpse of which you can see in the restaurants! Rich in antioxidants, particularly anthocyanins, that support heart health, Cherry is one of the most loved fruits in various regions of India. 


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Called Nashpati in Hindi, Pear provides a soothing retreat to fruit lovers in monsoon. This hydrating fruit is preferred during this season for a lot of reasons. It contains vitamin C and potassium that supports immune function and heart health. It is also rich in dietary fibre, and, hence, aids digestion and promotes fullness! 


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Melons might just double up the fun of monsoons. Don't you think so? This sweet, juicy flesh of the fruit is not only loved raw but also in salads and beverages. Containing Vitamin A and C, it supports immune health and skin vitality. Melons also help in digestion and are low in calories. So, all in all, making a good choice for monsoon! 


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Another popular monsoon fruit is pomegranates, which are not just consumed raw but are used in desserts, and mocktails during this season! The refreshing pomegranate juice also serves the purpose in monsoon. This fruit is rich in antioxidants, particularly punicalagin that support heart health and help in reducing inflammation. 


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A super delightful monsoon fruit, Peach is loved during this season all thanks to its sweet, juicy flavour along with velvety skin. Peaches are usually enjoyed fresh and the fruit finds its space in various desserts and salads. These are rich in vitamins A and C, supporting immune health and skin vitality. They also contain dietary fibre, helping in digestion and promoting satiety. The antioxidant properties of Peach help in protecting against cellular damage! 


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Another juicy and flavourful monsoon fruit, plums are loved for their sweet and tangy taste. While plums are used in jams, they are also found in various Indian desserts. Call it their vibrant colour or the succulent flesh, it is nothing but a fresh treat in the monsoon! Along with vitamins A and C, Plums are also rich in antioxidants that support health immunity and skin vitality. They also contain dietary fiber helping in digestion and promoting satiety. 



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