Our encampment was at a creek on the south side of a slight rise, with bauhinia trees, and near good water-holes.
The bark of bauhinia variegata, is made use of in Scinde and other parts of Asia.
On coming back they distribute to each other leaves of the shami tree (bauhinia racemosa) as a substitute for gold.
At 11 came south-east and by east over rich level land, grassed with herbage and wooded with box and bauhinia.
The mopane-tree ('bauhinia') is remarkable for the little shade its leaves afford.
The daup (bauhinia) is a small, white, semiflosculous flower, with a faint smell.
The trees are of a small size, principally box and bauhinia.
Besides cultivating, the Savaras collect bauhinia leaves, and sell them to traders for making leaf platters.
He makes rough ropes from the malanar plant, and the bark of the kayyūl tree (bauhinia).
The food is served on platters made of the leaves of the banyan (Ficus bengalensis), Butea frondosa, bauhinia, or plantain.