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Pashanbheda

Bergenia ligulata (Syn. Saxifraga ligulata), is a plant belonging to family Saxifragaceae and the genus Bergenia. The plant is mostly found in temperate Himalayas from Kashmir to Bhutan and in Khasia hills at 15, 00 meter altitude where it is popularly kn ...

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Botanical NamesBergenia ligulata
Indian NamesSanskrit : Asmabhedaka, silibheda Assamese : Patharkuchi Bengali : Patharkuchi, Himasagara, Patrankur Gujarati : Pashanbheda, Pakhanbheda Hindi : Pakhanabheda, Silphara, ...
Karanj

Pongamia glabra is a small evergreen tree, which is widely distributed in India, Bangladesh, China, and Australia. Pongamia glabra is a species of tree in the pea family Fabaceae. It is often known by the synonym Pongamia pinnata. It is a legume tree that ...

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Botanical NamesPongamia glabra
Indian NamesSanskrit : Karanja, Naktamāla Hindi : Karanj Marathi : Karanj Bengali : Karanj Kannada : Honge Tamil : Pungai Telugu : Kān ...
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Talimkhana

Asteracantha longifolia is a plant in the Acanthus family. It is native to India and commonly known as marsh barbel, gokulakanta and gokhulakanta. In India, its seeds, roots, and panchang are used as a medication in Ayurveda. Asteracantha longifolia is a ...

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Botanical NamesAsteracantha longifolia
Indian NamesHindi : Gokhulakanta, Kailaya Malayalam : Bahel-sohulli, Vayalchulli Sanskrit : Atichhatra, Vajra Tamil : Neremulli, Nirmulli Urdu : Talimakhana Telugu ...
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Pipal

Ficus religiosa is a large evergreen tree found throughout India, wild as well as cultivated. Ficus religiosa is a large dry season-deciduous or semi-evergreen tree up to 30 meters tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 3 meters. The leaves are cordate i ...

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Botanical NamesFicus religiosa
Indian NamesBengali : Asbattha, Peepal Kannada : Arali mara Malayalam : Arayal Marathi : Pimpal Sanskrit : Pippala vruksha Tamil ...
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Devdhar

Cedrus deodara is a species of cedar native to the western Himalayas in eastern Afghanistan, occurring at 1500–3200 m altitude. It is a large evergreen coniferous tree reaching 40–50 m tall, exceptionally 60 m, with a trunk up to 3 m diameter. It has a co ...

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Botanical NamesCedrus deodara
Indian NamesHindi : Devdaar, Diar, Diyar Sanskrit : Devdaru, Amara, Devahvaya Gujarati : Devdaar Marathi : Deodar Malayalam : Devadaru, Devadaram, Devataram Kannada ...
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