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The Article is About a Jam (Love Apple Tree) As a young boy growing up in bandra ,i noticed that many east Indian Houses had A JAM tree Intheir compounds .I realised that it was part of their culture But Many East Indian are not aware of it . So I Thought of getting some more information from the wikipedia about this tree and sharing with the East Indians . BY Rev.Fr Loe Soares S.J
Posted by Vanessa on March 29, 2011 Slideshow

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5 Comments

Giselle Creado
4:05 AM on November 1, 2011 
wow red jam's
Desmond Patel
10:13 PM on September 23, 2011 
Arun Dube says...
There was a Jaam (Love Apple tree) in the garden of my grandmother's house in Bandra but the tree bore pale green fruit, not like the pink ones in the photo. As youngsters, we would love eating the fruit and now whenever I get a chance to eat a "jaam", memories of my boyhood days come flooding back.


My cousins at Oshiwara have sweet jaam tree even now. There was a sugarcane tree near it. No doubt they are still sweet.
Desmond Patel
10:11 PM on September 23, 2011 
I also have one Apple tree in my garden in Auckland, NZ. They are red, huge and sweet.
Arun Dube
2:18 AM on April 5, 2011 
There was a Jaam (Love Apple tree) in the garden of my grandmother's house in Bandra but the tree bore pale green fruit, not like the pink ones in the photo. As youngsters, we would love eating the fruit and now whenever I get a chance to eat a "jaam", memories of my boyhood days come flooding back.
east_indian
8:13 AM on March 30, 2011 
nice article...

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