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A Geographical Indication (GI) product is recognised as originating from a specific geographical origin possessing qualities or reputation related to its origin. The GI tag is exclusive and a similar item originating from a different location is not allowed to use it.
The Geographical Indication (GI) tag under the  has recently registered four new GIs. Palani Panchamirtham from Palani Town in Dindigul District of , Tawlhlohpuan and  Puanchei from the State of  and Tirur betel leaf from  are the latest additions to the list of registered GIs, according to an official release.
Palani Panchamirtham, an 'abisega prasadam' from Palani Town is one of the main offerings to Lord Dhandayuthapani Swamy, the presiding deity of Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple, situated in Palani Hills, Palani Town in Dindigul District of .
Tawlhlohpuan, a compactly woven fabric from , is known for warp yarns, warping, weaving and intricate designs that are made by hand, the release said. Tawlhlohpuan, which holds high significance in the  society, is produced throughout the  - Aizawl and Thenzawl town being the main centres of production. The second product originating from  extended the GI status is the  Puanchei, a colourful  shawl considered essential by most women from the State and a common costume in festive dances and official ceremonies.
Tirur betel vine from , which is mainly cultivated in Tirur, Tanur, Tirurangadi, Kuttippuram, Malappuram and Vengara block panchayaths of Malappuram District, is valued both for its mild stimulant action and medicinal properties.
Q. Which of the following states of India have been replaced with ,  and  in the passage above?