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Jaggery Make in My Village Naturally - Farmer Making Jaggery in Field - Cane Sugar Block of Panela

Jaggery is a traditional non-centrifugal cane sugar consumed in Asia and Africa. It is a concentrated product of date, cane juice, or palm sap (see palm sugar) without separation of the molasses and crystals, and can vary from golden brown to dark brown in color. It contains up to 50% sucrose, up to 20% invert sugars, and up to 20% moisture, with the remainder made up of other insoluble matter, such as wood ash, proteins, and bagasse fibers. Jaggery is mixed with other ingredients, such as peanuts, condensed milk, coconut, and white sugar, to produce several locally marketed and consumed delicacies.

In South Asia names
Guḍa in Sanskrit
Guḍ (ਗੁੜ) in Punjabi
Guḍ in Oriya
Guḍ (गुड़) in Hindi
Gura in Pashto
Guṛ in Assamese (গুড়), Bengali (গুড়), Bhojpuri (गुड़), Hindi (गुड़), Maithili, and Urdu (گڑ)
Gurh (ڳُڙ) in Sindhi
Godd (गोड)in Konkani
Gurh (گڑ) in Urdu
Sarkkara (ശർക്കര) or chakkara (ചക്കര) or vellam (വെല്ലം)in Malayalam
Gôḷ (ગોળ) in Gujarati
Gôḷ (गौळ) in Rajasthani
Guḷ (गुळ) in Marathi
Bella (ಬೆಲ್ಲ) in Kannada
Bellam (బెల్లం) in Telugu
Bella in Tulu: Vale bella is a type of jaggery which prepared from toddy.
Vellam (வெல்லம்) in Tamil. Also Paagu Vellam (for Jaggery made out of sugarcane), Karumbu chakkarai, Naatu chakkarai or kalkandu for the crystallised and sugary powder form of Jaggery made from sugarcane. And karuppatti or Panang karupatti for jaggery made from Palm wine.
Vellam (വെല്ലം) (for jaggery made from sugarcane) in Malabar, as well as North Malabar and chakkara in the rest of Kerala in Malayalam, sharkkara (ശര്ക്കര) is a term used in Malayalam. Karuppaṭṭi or karippaṭṭi or “karipetti” (കരിപെട്ടി) or “chakkara” is used for jaggery made from palm wine, and panam kalkandam (പനം കല്കണ്ടം) is for sugar crystal made from coconut.
Hakuru (හකුරු) in Sinhalese
Hakuru (ހަކުރު) in Dhivehi
Kurtai in Mizo
Sakhhar (सख्हर) in Nepali/Nepalese
Mitha in Bhojpuri
Akher gur (from sugarcane) Khejurer gur (খর্জুর গুড়) (from date palm) Narikeler gur (from coconut palm) in Bengali
In Southeast Asia[edit] Myanmar (Burma)
Htanyet ronounced: in Burmese
Gula melaka or Gula merah in Malay
Gula nisan/nise in Kelantanese Malay
Gula apong in Sarawak, Malaysia is a variant of the jaggery, which is made from the sap of the nipah palm or Nypa fruticans.
Gula jawa in Indonesian
Pakombuk (Kampampangan)
Panutsa (Tagalog)
Palm jaggery: น้ำตาลโตนด, namtan tanot, pronounced
Coconut jaggery: น้ำตาลมะพร้าว, namtan maphrao, pronounced
Cane sugar: น้ำตาลอ้อย, namtan oi, pronounced
Granulated brown cane sugar: น้ำตาลทรายแดง, namtan sai daeng, pronounced
Granulated white cane sugar: น้ำตาลทราย, namtan sai, pronounced [nám.tāːn sāːj]; or น้ำตาลทรายขาว, namtan sai khao, pronounced [nám.tāːn sāːj kʰǎːw] Elsewhere
Rapadura in Brazil
Panela in Colombia
Piloncillo in Mexico
Tapa de dulce in Costa Rica
Papelón, panela or miel de panela in Venezuela
Sukari nguuru in Swahili


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