literally meaning "The Garden of Heaven"

Ficus tinctoria Forst. f. subsp. parasitica (Willd.) Corner

Vernacular Name: Jhirang (O).

Tree; bark greyish or yellowish-green. Leaves rhomboid, subelliptic or rhombic- ovate, usually oblique, margin thickened, apex rounded or obtuse, scabrous. Figs mostly paired, axillary and from leaf scars, subglobose, umbonate, pubescent or hispid, contracted into a stipe, with 3 small connate bracts at its base.
Common in the forests, epiphyte on a number of trees.
Flowering : November - April & Fruiting