Ganapati Naragam, attractive in name and appearance, is cultivated in temples where Lord Ganesha is worshipped. This plant belongs to the genus Naraka and thrives in harsh climates. Ganapati Naragam, which is six to eight feet tall and takes up an area of the same square yard, is used not only for puja but also for making medicine and food. Fruits of 250 grams to 1 kg are the specialty of this lime. At least one of these will take the form of Lord Ganesha’s trunk. Although rough on the outside, lemon lilies are spongy on the inside.
- It has resemblance to the elephant-headed Hindu deity Ganesha. The color of the fruit is usually yellow or green, depending on its ripeness.
- The fruit has a strong and pleasant fragrance that is often used to scent rooms or clothing.
- The fruit does not have any juice or pulp, but its rind has a strong and slightly bitter flavor. It is often used to flavor foods and drinks, or to make candied or crystallized peel.
- Ganapathi Citron Fruit can range in size from small to quite large, with some fruits growing up to a foot long.
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