The making of golden palm gur with its characteristic aroma and flavour is one of the shinning traditional skills of Indian people. The indigenous artisans, for ages, are engaged in this activity and are tapping palmyra palm and date palm to get sweet neera which ultimately gives gur or jaggery, sugar, candy and other refreshing drinks. Nothing in these humble palms is ever wasted, as each part serves some useful purpose. History of Palm Gur Industry Palm trees usually thrive in tropical and sub-tropical regions.
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Palmyrah (borrasus flabellifer) Jaggery is one of the ancient sweetening agent known to man and is an integral part of traditional diet in many parts of Sri Lanka. Jaggery is produced by concentrating the Inflorescence sap of Palmyrah palm (Sweet Toddy) to a thick consistency. The product has sweet in taste and golden yellow in colour.
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Bookmark. Borassus flabellifer Linn. (palmyra palm) belonging to Arecaceae family grows ubiquitously throughout India and widely distributed in tropical Asian countries. Palmyra palm symbolizes an icon among various cultures owing to the utility that it bestows from various parts . In India, Palmyrah palm (Borassus flabellifer Linn.) and Datepalm (Phoenix dactylifera Linn.
sylvestris Roxb.) are traditionally used for obtaining various edible and non-edible products. It is estimated that there are 18 crores of palm trees in India.