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 Common nameCommon hindi nameIntrodescription
Aconitum bisma
Adhatoda zeylanica
Albizia lebbeck
Allium sativumCultivated Garlicलेह्सन Lehsan''Allium sativum'', commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion family ''Alliaceae''. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, chive, and rakkyo. Garlic has been used throughout history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. The garlic plant's bulb is the most commonly used part of the plant.
Alpinia conchigera
Alpinia galanga
Alpinia malaccensis
Alternanthera sessilis
Amomum subulatum
Anatherum zizanioides
Andropogon muricatus
Anethum graveolens
Anethum sowa
Apium graveolens
Areca catechu
Argyreia nervosa
Argyreia speciosa
Arundo donax
Asparagus adscendens
Asparagus racemosus
Asteracantha longifolia
Azadirachta indicaNeemनीम NeemNeem is a tropical and sub-tropical plant which is highly drought resistant. The plant has several medicinal and commercial applications and finds significance in Hinduism. Neem cultivation also has a role to play in agriculture and pest management.
Bacopa monnieri
Balsamodendron mukul
Bambusa arundinacea
Benincasa cerifera
Benincasa hispida
Berberis aristata
Bergenia ciliata
Bergenia ligulata
Betula utilis
Bignonia undulata
Blepharis edulis
Blepharis persica
Boerhaavia diffusa
Bombax ceiba
Bombax malabaricum
Butea frondosa
Caesalpinia bonducella
Caesalpinia digyna
Calendula officinalis
Capparis spinosa
Capsicum annuum
Carum carvi
Carum copticum
Casearia esculenta
Cassia fistula
Cassia occidentalis
Celastrus paniculatus
Centelia asiatica
Centella asiatica
Cicer arietinum
Cichorium intybus
Cinnamomum camphora
Cinnamomum cassia
Cinnamomum verum
Cinnamomum zeylanicum
Cissampelos pareira
Citrus limon
Citrus medica
Citrus reticulata
Coleus vettiveroides
Commiphora wightii
Convolvulus microphyllus
Convolvulus pluricaulis
Crataeva magna
Crataeva nurvala
Crocus sativusSaffronकेसर Kesar
Cucumis sativus
Cuminum cyminum
Cynodon dactylon
Cyperus scariosus
Desmodium gangeticum
Didymocarpus pedicellata
Emblica officinalis
Eucalyptus globulusTasmanian Blue Gum, Southern Blue Gum, Blue GumThe Tasmanian Blue Gum, Southern Blue Gum or Blue Gum, (Eucalyptus globulus) is an evergreen tree, one of the most widely cultivated trees native to Australia. This tree is very well adapted to dry climates and has a very rapid rate of growth. This species is as invasive species in India and in many parts of the world.
Evolvulus alsinoides
Ficus benghalensis
Foeniculum vulgare
Gaultheria fragrantissima
Gloriosa suprba
Glycyrrhiza glabraCultivated Liquorice, Sweetwoodमुलेठी MulethiLiquorice or licorice is the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra from which a sweet flavour can be extracted. The liquorice plant is a legume (related to beans and peas) that is native to southern Europe and parts of Asia.
Gmelina arborea
Gossypium herbaceum
Gossypium indicum
Gymnema sylvestre
Hedychium spicatum
Helianthus annus
Hemidesmus indicus
Hibiscus abelmoschus
Holarrhena antidysenterica
Hyoscyamus niger
Hyssopus officinalis
Inula racemosa
Ipomea batatus
Ipomoea turpethum
Jasminum grandiflorum
Jasminum officinaleCommon Jasmine, Poet's Jasmine, Spanish Jasmineचमेली ChameliJasmine is one of the most famous flowers growing in tropical regions. It is a native of the Indian subcontinent. It is widely used for ornamental as well as medicinal purposes. According to old Indian texts, a Jasmine flower is the most precious flower of all. Jasmine is the national flower of Pakistan.
Juglans regia
Lactuca scariola
Lactuca serriola
Lens culinaris
Leptadenia reticulata
Lilium polyphyllum
Linum usitatissimum
Lycopersicon esculentum
Malva sylvestris
Melaleuca leucadendron
Mentha arvensis
Mentha piperata
Mentha spicata
Mimosa pudica
Modelplant
Momordica charantia
Moringa pterygosperma
Mucuna pruriens
Myristica fragrans
Nardostachys jatamansi
Nelumbo nuciferaWater Lily, Lotus, Sacred Lotus, East Indian Lotusकमल KamalThe Indian Lotus, also known as the Sacred Lotus, is a culturally significant plant in many Asian cultures in general and Indian culture in particular. It is a plant native to the Indian subcontinent, but now is found as an ornamental plant worldwide. The Lotus is considered a symbol of devotion and purity. It is the seat of Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess Saraswati, Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma. The flowers of Lotus have several medicinal properties as per Ayurveda. '''Lotus is also the national flower of India.'''
Nepeta hindostana
Nigella sativa
Ocimum tenuiflorumHoly Basil, Indian Basilतुलसी Tulsi''Ocimum tenuiflorum'' or Tulsi is one of the most sacred plants in Hinduism. The plant has several medicinal properties. It is found throughout India.
Olea europaea
Onosma bracteatum
Operculina turpethum
Orchis mascula
Origanum marjorana
Oroxylum indicum
Oryza sativa
Papaver rhoeas
Parmelia perlata
Peganum harmala
Peucedanum graveolens
Phaseolus trilobus
Phoenix dactylifera
Phyllanthus amarus
Phyllanthus emblicaIndian Gooseberry, Amlaआमला Amla''Phyllanthus emblica'' or Indian Gooseberry is a species commonly known for its fruit called Amla. The fruit has one of the highest concentrations of Vitamin C (160 times more than apple) and thus is reputed as a strong antioxidant. Amla finds uses in many medicinal and cosmetic products, especially those for hair such as hair oils and tonics. Amla fruit is used in Indian cooking mainly as pickles or as mouth-freshners. It is also a constituent of the popular '''Dabur Chawanprash'''.
Phyllanthus niruri
Picrorhiza kurroa
Pinus longifolia
Pinus roxburghii
Piper nigrum
Pistacia integerrima
Pistacia vera
Plumbago zeylanica
Pongamia glabra
Pongamia pinnata
Premna integrifolia
Prunus amygdalus
Psoralea coryfolia
Psoralea corylifolia
Pterocarpus marsupium
Punica granatum
Pyrus malus
Quercus infectoria
Rauvolfia nitida
Rhinacanthus nasutus
Ricinus communis
Rosa centifolia
Rosa damascena
Rosmarinus officinalis
Rubia cordifolia
Rumex maritimus
Ruta graveolens
Sapindus mukorossi
Sapindus trifoliatus
Saraca asoca
Saussurea lappa
Saxifraga ligulata
Sesbania aegyptiaca
Sesbania sesban
Shorea robusta
Sida cordifolia
Solanum indicum
Solanum lycopersicum
Solanum nigrum
Solanum surattense
Sorghum bicolor
Sphaeranthus indicus
Stereospermum suaveoleans
Strychnous nux vomica
Swertia chirata
Swertia chirayita
Symplocos racemosa
Syzygium cuminiJava plum, Jamunजामुन JamunJambul (''Syzygium cumini'') is an evergreen tropical tree in the flowering plant family ''Myrtaceae'', native to Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Indonesia. The word 'Jambul' is sometimes mistranslated as 'Blackberry', which is a different fruit. Historically, the tree was exclusive to the Indian Sub-continent, and so widespread across the region that one of the old names of India (or the Indian region) is Jambu-Dvipa (literally: the island of jambul fruit). It is now also grown in other areas of southern and southeastern Asia including the Philippines, Myanmar, south of Iran and Afghanistan.
Syzygium cuminii
Tamarix gallica
Tecoma stans
Tecomella undullata
Tephrosia purpurea
Teramnus labialis
Terminalia arjuna
Terminalia belerica
Terminalia bellirica
Tinospora cordifoliaGulbel, Indian Tinosporaगिलोय Giloy, गुलांचा Gulancha, गुलबेल GulbelThe plant is indigenous to the Indian subcontinent and has been used in Ayurveda for several centuries as a hepato-protectant (liver protection). Recent research has demonstrated that a combination of T. cordifolia extract and turmeric extract is effective in preventing the hepatotoxicity which is otherwise produced as a side effect of conventional pharmaceutical treatments for tuberculosis using drugs such as isoniazid and rifampicin.
Trachyspermum ammi
Tribulus terrestris
Trigonella foenum-graecum
Triticum sativum
Uraria picta
Urticales
Valeriana jatamansi
Valeriana wallichii
Vernonia cinerea
Viola odorata
Vitex negundo
Vitis vinifera
Woodfordia fruticosa
Wrightia tinctoria
Zanthoxylum alatum
Zingiber capitatumWild Gingerजंगली अदरक Jangali adrak
Zingiber officinaleGarden gingerअदरक Adrak''Zingiber officinale'' or Ginger is a plant native to India. India is the largest producer of ginger, accounting for 30% of the world production. It is closely related to Turmeric and Cardamom. Ginger is widely used in India and around the world in cooking and for medicinal purposes.

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