The Stationery Office, (1999), International Legume Database & Information Service (ILDIS), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Senegalia_catechu&oldid=983359481, Taxonbars with automatically added basionyms, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 13 October 2020, at 20:04. Other Banks Offering Financial Assistance, Aluminum extractors capacity 50 kg - 5 nos, Aluminum concentration pan 50 kg - 15 nos, Wooden frames with canvas screen - 10 nos. Download the perfect plant pictures. Chennai - 600091, India. You may need to download version 2.0 now from the Chrome Web Store. 40000/-. Phone: 91 44 Black cutch (Senegalia catechu). Fax : 91 44 22423753, Indian Exporters & Friends are having fun in the fresh air. How Catechu is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. The process flow chart is as under. Xmas Christmas Tree. While cutch a bye product during kattha manufacturing is used in tanning industry, as an additive and preservative in many industries. Kattha is used in various factories manufacturing masala as raw material. Kattha is the purest form obtained from the extract of heartwood of common indian free khoir acacia. On an average the raw material cost has been estimated to be Rs.6.60 lakhs at Rs.17/kg whereas packing material would cost Rs. The technology for such products is available and does not require any sophistication. Finally kattha is cut into uniform tablets with the help of wire cutter or knife and dried in sheds. 851 680 180. • Bishamber Nath Jain. 300/- per kg. Bergera koenigii, Chalcas koenigii"karivepa " in Telugu, karibevu in Kannada, कडिपत्ता in Marathi, Indian Beech (Karanj or कारंजा in Hindi, Bengali, Marathi and Gujarati, Pungam புங்கம் in Tamil, Pungu in Telugu) -- Pongamia pinnata, Queen's Flower (Pride of India, or Crepe flower, Taman (तामण) or Mota bondara in Marathi, Arjuna in Hindi, Jarul in Bengali, Kaduli கடுலி in Tamil and Vara gogu in Telugu) -- Lagerstroemia speciosa, Rain Tree (Saman or Guango in Marathi, Belaiti Siris in Hindi, and Thoonguvaagai/Thoongumoonji Maram தூங்குவாகை in Tamil;ie.,sleeping tree,as the Leaves of this tree is closed after sun set) -- Samanea saman or Albizia saman, (Silk) Cotton Tree (called काटे-सावरी (Kāte sāvarī), Savar, or Saur in Maharashtra, Simal or Shimbal in Hindi, hatti mara in Kannada, Shimul in Bengali, Ilavu/Ilava Maram இலவ மரம் in Tamil and Malayalam and Salmali in ) -- Bombax malabaricum, or Bombax ceiba"booruga " in Telugu, Tamarind (Imli in Hindi, Puli-புளி in Tamil, Chinta in Telugu, Tentul in Bengali, Chinch-चिंच in Marathi and Amli in Gujarati; hunise hannu in Kannada, the Persian name Tamar-i-hind means Indian date) -- Tamarindus indica, (Common) Teak (Indian Oak, Saigun in Hindi, Saka in Sanskrit, Sag-साग in Marathi, Shegun in Bengali, tega in Kannada and Saga in Gujarati) -- Tectona grandis, Temple Tree (Champa, Frangipani and Pagoda tree; Khera chapha or Pandhra chapha-पांढरा चाफा in Marathi, Chameli or Gulechin in Hindi, Kath champa in Bengali, Rhada Champo in Gujarati, Arali in Tamil) -- Plumeria rubra (also called Plumeria acuminata or Plumeria acutifolia), African Tulip Tree (Bell Flambeau, Scarlet Bell tree, Fountain tree, Syringe tree, Squirt tree and sometimes wrongly Flame tree; Rudrapalash in Bengali, पिचकारी (Pichkari) in Marathi and Hindi, Patade in Telugu and Patadi in Tamil) -- Spathodea campanulata, Flame of the Forest (Kimshuka or Palasa in Sanskrit, Palash in Bengali and Hindi, Porasum in Tamil, Parrot Tree) -- Butea monosperma, Wild Almond (also called bastard poon tree, hazel sterculia, Indian almond; in Hindi & Bengali: jangli badam; in Tamil: gorapu-badam, gurapu-vadam, pottaikavalam)[1] -- Sterculia foetida, Jacaranda (Blue Jacaranda, Palisander, Nupur नुपुर, Neelmohar नीलमोहर, Green Ebony Tree) -- Jacaranda mimosifolia, Baobab (Gorak amli & goram lichora in Hindi, Gorak chinch in Gujarati, Paparapulia & Perruka in Tamil) -- Adansonia digitata, Pink Cassia (Pu vakai in Tamil, Konna in Malayalam, Horse Cassia, Pink Shower) -- Cassia grandis, Beleric myrabolan or bastard myrabolan (Sabera in Hindi, Tani & tanti in Tamil) -- Terminalia bellirica, Jackfruit tree (Kanthal in Bengali, Kathal in Hindi, Pila & Palaa in Tamil, फणस (Phañas) in Marathi, Plaav or Plaavu in Malayalam, Panasa in Sanskrit, halasu in Kannada and Telugu) -- Artocarpus heterophyllus or A. heterophylla[2], Indian Laburnum -- Cassia fistula( kondrai in Tamil), Golden Champa (Champa & Champaka in Bengali & Hindi, चंपा or चाफा (champā or chāphā) in Marathi , Chembuga & Chambugam in Tamil, Champaka in Telugu, Champakam in Malayalam, Sampige in Kannada) -- Michelia champaca, Karnikar (Son Chapha-सोनचाफा in Marathi, Muchukunda in Bengali, Kanak Champa, Kaniar, Katha Champa in Hindi) -- Pterospermum acerifolium, Alexandrian laurel (Kath Champa, Sultana Champa, Punnaga in Sanskrit and Bengali, Sultana Champa, Surpan, Undi, Surpunka in Hindi, Pinnai & Punnagam in Tamil) -- Calophyllum inophyllum, Mohwa (Mohwa, Mahula, Banmahuva, Maul in Bengali, Madhuka in Sanskrit, Mohwa, Mahua, Jangli-mona, Maul in Hindi, मोह (moha) in Marathi, Kat-illipi, Illupai in Tamil) -- Madhuca latifolia, or Madhuca longifolia, Papaya (Papaya, Papita in Hindi & pepe or pe(n)pe in Bengali, पपई in Marathi, Parangi in Kannada, Pappali in Tamil, Omakka in Malayalam, Papaw, Tree Melon) -- Carica papaya, Palmyra (Brab Tree, Toddy Palm, Tala Palm), "பனை மரம்" in Tamil, "ताड" in Marathi -- Borassus flabellifer, Fish-tail Palm (Toddy Palm, Kitul Palm, Jaggery Palm, Wine Palm, Sago Palm) -- Caryota urens, Royal Palm (Mountain Glory, Bottle Palm) -- Roystonea regia, Wild Date Palm (Sendhi, Salma, Khaji, Khajur in Hindi, "खजूर" khajūr in Marathi, Khejur in Bengali,Kharjoora in Kannada, Itcham-pannai, "Paereecham in Tamil") -- Phoenix sylvestris, Areca (Supari in Hindi & Bengali,सुपारी ( supārī)in Marathi, Kamugu, Paakku (fruit) in Tamil, Kavugu, Adike in Kannada, Adakka-maram in Malayalam) -- Areca catechu, Bilimbi (balimbing, bimbli, belimbing, cucumber tree, tree sorrel) -- Averrhoa bilimbi, Madras Thorn (Manila Tamarind, Vilayati Ambli in Gujarati, Jungle Jalebi or Ganga Imli in Hindi, रानचिंच (rān chincha) in Marathi, Seeme Hunase in Kannada,Kodukkai Puli Maram in Tamil) -- Pithecellobium dulce, Bael (Bilva, Bilwa, Bel, Kuvalam, Koovalam, Madtoum, or Beli fruit, Bengal Quince, Stone Apple, and Wood Apple) -- Aegle marmelos, Saptaparni (Blackboard Tree, Indian Devil Tree, Chhatim in Bengali, सप्तपर्णी in Marathi, Ditabark, Milkwood Pine, White Cheesewood and Pulai) -- Alstonia scholaris, Khair (Catechu, Cachou and Black Cutch) -- Acacia catechu, Shisham (Sissoo, Sisu, Sheesham, Tahli and Indian Rosewood) -- Dalbergia sissoo, Indian gooseberry (Amalaka in Sanskrit, amla in Hindi, आवळा (āwaLā) in Marathi, Amlaki in Bengali, Nellikkai in Kannada and Tamil) -- Phyllanthus emblica, syn. The total requirement of power shall be 5 HP, the unit will need 1500 lits of water daily. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. The basic raw material for the unit is good quality khair and acacia wood. Emblica officinalis, Kokum कोकम in Marathi (आमसुल in Marathi and Kokani, Bindin, Biran, Bhirand, Bhinda, Bhrinda, Brinda, mangosteen, wild mangosteen, red mango) -- Garcinia indica, Gamhar (Khamara in Hindi, Kulimavu in Kannada, Mara and Shivani in Kashmiri, शिवान् in Marathi) -- Gmelina arborea, Bullet Wood Tree (Bakul बकुळ) -- Mimusops elengi, Red Sandalwood (Red Sanders, रक्तचंदन Rakta Chandana) -- Pterocarpus santalinus, Toothbrush Tree (Arak, Galenia asiatica, Peelu, Pilu, Salvadora indica, Miswak मेसवाक) -- Salvadora persica, White or East Indian Sandalwood (Chandan in Hindi and Bengali, Chandana in Sanskrit चंदन-गंध or simply चंदन in Marathi , Sri Gandha in Kannada) -- Santalum album, Bhallatak (Biba, Ker in Kannada) -- Semecarpus anacardium, Desert Teak or Marwar Teak -- Tecomella undulata, Black Myrobalan or Chebulic Myrobalan -- Terminalia chebula, Cashew "Mundhiri in Tamil" "काजू" in Marathi and Hindi -- Anacardium occidentale; syn. 533,000+ Vectors, Stock Photos & PSD files. 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