literally meaning "The Garden of Heaven"

Ficus hispida Linn.f.

Vernacular Name: Dimiri, Kharsan, Baidimiri (O); Dumoor (Beng.); Kagsha, Daduri, Kat gulasia (H); Hairy Fig (E).

Small tree. Branches hispid with hollow internodes. Leaves mostly opposite, obovate, obovate-oblong or ovate-oblong, large, toothed, rarely entire, obtuse or obtusely acuminate, hispid on both sides. Figs numerous, fascicled on both the trunk and branches, often on leafless drooping branches, sometimes axillary, globose, yellowish when ripe, tomentose.
Very frequently occur along water bodies; also in waste places and scrub jungles.
Flowering : November - July
& Fruiting