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This database of Indian plant names is a part of the Pandanus Project (Seminar of Indian Studies, Institute of South and Central Asia, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic). At the present moment, it covers almost 400 species with more than 4000 plant names in 8 languages.
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By clicking any plant name listed on this screen, you can display further details, including the plant's description and its names in the other languages (if any). Detailed description can be found under the Latin plant names.
The development of this database of Indian plant names was made possible by the generous funding of the Grant Agency of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

 
(c) 1998-2009 Seminar of Indian Studies, Institute of South and Central Asia, Faculty of Arts, Charles University. Development of this database of Indian plant names was made possible by the generous funding of the Grant Agency of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.