Indian Nutrition Chart Showing Calcium Rich Fruits

The data is taken from National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad, India

Calcium content in fruits chart shows: Calcium content of Indian fruits with Indian names (mg per 100 gram of edible portion).

Calcium rich fruits (Indian)


mg/100 g.

Kismis, Munakka (Black Currants)130
Khajur (Dates) (Dry)120
Anjeer (Figs)80
Neembu (Lemon)70
Amla (Indian Gooseberry)50
Tamatar (Tomato) 48
Mosambi (Sweet Lime)40
Kharabuja (Musk Melon)32
Chikoo (Sapota)28
Santra (Orange)26
Khajur (Dates)(Fresh)22
Angoor (Grapes) (Black)20
Angoor (Grapes) (Green)20
Katahal (Jackfruit)20
Ananas (Pineapple)20
Kela (Banana)(Ripe)17
Papita (Papaya)17
Seetafal (Cust. Apple)17
Jamun(Jambu Fruit)15
Aam (Mango)14
Kalingad (Water Melon)11
Seb (Apple)10
Peru, Amrood (Guava)10
Alubukhara (Plum)10
Anaar (Pomegranate)10

Calcium is one of the most plentiful minerals in the body. It is an indispensable nutrient required for many physiological functions in the body like blood vessel expansion and contraction, muscle contraction,secretion of hormones and enzymes, and transmitting signals throughout the nervous system.
Calcium also helps in maintaining normal blood pressure level. It also helps clotting of blood in case of injuries.
Perhaps the most significant and ostensible function of calcium is formation, growth and mainrenance of bones and teeth alongwith other nutrients like phosphorus and vitamin D. Hence 99% of body’s calcium is stored in bones.

Note that only those items which appear in significant quantities are listed. For more detailed information, please visit the National Institute of Nutrition, NIN website.