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English: Haldina cordifolia (syn. Adina cordifolia , Nauclea cordifolia) - Haldu • Hindi: करम Karam, कदमी Kadami • Marathi: हळ्दू Haldu, हॆदू Hedu • Tamil: Mannakatampu • Malayalam: Manjakadambu • Telugu: Pasupu-kadamba • Kannada: Yettega • Oriya: Holondo • Assamese: Tarakchapa • Sanskrit: गिरिकदम्ब Girikadamba at Ananthagiri Hills, in Rangareddy district of Andhra Pradesh, India.
Date 27 June 2009
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Author J.M.Garg


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