Pointed gourd, scientifically known as Trichosanthes dioica, is a popular vegetable crop cultivated for its tender shoots and edible pointed fruits. Also known as "parwal" in Hindi, "potol" in Bengali, and various other regional names, pointed gourd holds cultural and culinary significance in many parts of India and Southeast Asia. To assist farmers and enthusiasts in the successful cultivation of pointed gourd, a comprehensive PDF guide has been compiled, covering various aspects of its cultivation.