Language: Hindi / Urdu
Source: Period dictionary

Description

Phal (फल) literally means "fruit".

Written پھل in Urdu.

It was also used to describe the business end of weapons: Arrowheads, spearheads, and sword blades.1

 

A variety of Indian arrowheads

A variety of Indian arrowheads.
Listed / sold by Mandarin Mansion in 2020.

 

Notes
1. John Shakespear; A dictionary, Hindūstānī and English. London. 1817. Page 201.

 

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