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Careya arborea is a species of tree in the Lecythidaceae family, native to the Indian Subcontinent, Afghanistan, and Indochina.<ref name=j/> It is known as Kumbhi in Hindi, and Slow Match Tree in English.

Careya аrborea

Careya arborea is a deciduous tree that grows up to 15m-45ft high. Its leaves turn red in the cold season. Flowers are yellow or white in colour that become large green berries. The tree grows throughout India in forests and grasslands.

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  • English - Wild Guava, Ceylon Oak, Patana Oak
  • Hindi - कुम्भी Kumbhi
  • Marathi - कुम्भा Kumbha
  • Tamil - Aima, Karekku, Puta-tanni-maram
  • Malayalam - Alam, Paer, Peelam, Pela
  • Telugu - araya, budatadadimma, budatanevadi, buddaburija
  • Kannada - alagavvele, daddal
  • Bengali - Vakamba, Kumhi, Kumbhi
  • Oriya - Kumbh
  • Khasi - Ka Mahir, Soh Kundur
  • Assamese - Godhajam, কুম Kum, kumari, কুম্ভী kumbhi
  • Sanskrit - Bhadrendrani, गिरिकर्णिका Girikarnika, Kaidarya, कालिंदी Kalindi
  • Sinhala - Kahata <ref>http://www.instituteofayurveda.org/plants/plants_detail.php?i=751&s=Family_name</ref>

See also

References

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