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Lychee, Indian Fruit
Lychee is a popular Indian fruit, which is the source of vitamin C, minerals, protein, fat, energy and carbohydrates. Lychee ranks 9th amongst fruit crops produced in India. Out of the total amount of lychee produced in India, 74 percent is contributed by Bihar.
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