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British pronunciation/falsə/
American pronunciation/fælsə/

a small, tangy fruit native to South Asia, known for its refreshing taste and cooling properties

synonyms : Grewia asiatica
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phalsa definition and meaning

What is a "phalsa"?

Phalsa, also known as Grewia asiatica, is a tropical fruit native to South Asia. It is prized for its distinct taste and nutritional benefits. The fruit has a rich purple color and a sweet-tart flavor profile. Phalsa is often enjoyed as a snack, added to salads, or used in the preparation of jams, jellies, and syrups. It is also used in traditional medicine for its cooling and digestive properties. The fruit is typically found in local markets or grown in home gardens in regions where it is cultivated.

1The phalsa tree in our garden attracts a variety of birds with its delicious fruit.
2The phalsa season is a special time when we get to savor these unique and tasty fruits.
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