literally meaning "The Garden of Heaven"

Terminalia bellirica (Gaertn.) Roxb.

Vernacular Name: Bahada (O), Babera (H); Bohera (Beng.); Belleric Myrobalan (E).

Tree; bark dark grey. Leaves clustered towards the ends of the branchlets, alternate, broadly elliptic or obovate, obtusely-cuspidate, cuneate at base, puberulous when young. Flowers greenish-white or greenish-yellow, in solitary axillary or extra axillary spikes. Drupes subglobose or pyriform, grey- tomentose.
Sparsely distributed through out the area in dry forests; often grown in gardens.
Flowering : March - May
Fruiting : October - December