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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Jackfruit or Phanas Photographs

Photographs of Jackfruit and also some close-ups of the fruit which is known as phanas in India. The fruit is the largest tree-borne fruit and can weigh as much as 35 kilograms. It has a strong smell but there are parts of India, particularly the south and coastal areas where it is popular. Inside it is orange/yellow in colour. Outside it has a spiky green exterior. Besides the fibre and vitamin C content like all fruits, jackfruits are also rich in B-Complex vitamins.

Two large phanas  or jackfruit hanging on a tree.
jackfruit on a tree

Close-up of the jackfruit spikes makes the small projections look a little like green bananas!
closeup of a jackfruit

A large bunch of jackfruit or phanas hanging from a tree.
several jackfruits on a tree

Related Images: Custard Apples photographs and illustrations or Bananas - free stock photos and sketch or Bora (Berry) - the red tropical sweet berry or Photos of Mangoes
Or check the label "Fruits" for more pictures and also sketches of fruits.
Or Vegetable Vendors or Vegetable Markets in India or Crowded market places in India
Images and sketches of different vegetables and fruits: Carrots photographs and sketch or Tomatoes in the market - closeups or Frozen Peas

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