Imli is a Hindi term for tamarind
Other definition:
Imli is a Hindi word for tamarind. It is a date-like fruit that is used mostly as souring agen. When ripe, it can be made into a sweet dessert or chutney or eaten raw like ordinary ripe fruit. It is a very famous food Attraction in Thailand as food manufacturers make them into different kinds of candies or preserve with different distinct taste.

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