Murraba or murrabo is a savoury pickle or achar originating in Gujarat region of India. Gujarat (ગુજરાત Gujǎrāt, pronounced) is a state in western India. India, officially the Republic of India (भारत गणराज्य inc-Latn Bhārat Gaṇarājya; see also other Indian languages) is a country It is tradionally sweet, prepared with raw mangoes, sugar, and spices. It is more a type of preserve, much like and apricot conserve, or orange marmalade, rather than the hot oily pickles associated with Indian Cuisine.
Murraba is a fruit pickle, that originated in Gurjistan, present day Republic of Georgia. The Gurj's travelled to India to evade invasions and migrated to predominantly 3 regions of modern day India. Rajasthan, Gujarat and North Jammu. Also they settled in the Northern Pakistan area of Gujarat. The Gurjs or Gurjars initially settled in Gujarat and hence Gujarat got its name.
Murraba is still made in present day Georgia, but it is made of strawberries and cherries and local fruits. The Gurj's travelled to India, and adopted the Murraba to Mango, which became a traditional favorite of the Gujaratis over the years. Georgians make Murraba once a season and fill their pantries with Murraba bottles.