Terminalia paniculata is a tree native to southwest India (including the Western Ghats and Karnataka). Known in the timber trade as kindal, it has a variety of names in local languages.
It is economically important for wood, medicinal uses, and raising silkworms.
It is widely planted throughout India.
Bark of Terminalia paniculata
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