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Barringtonia acutangula, Freshwater Mangrove, Indian Oak, Indian Putat, grows on the banks of freshwater rivers, the edges of freshwater swamps and lagoons and on seasonally flooded lowland plains, commonly on heavy soils. It is called by Sanskrit writers Hijja or Hijjala. The fruit is spoken of as Samudra-phala and Dhātriphala or ”nurse’s fruit,” and is one of the best known domestic remedies.
The birds that you see are painted storks, Mycteria leucocephala, and cattle egrets(white birds)

Taken 7 March 2010, at Nelapattu, Nellore, AP




© Nalini Hebbar/saycheese/2009-all rights reserved


3 comments:

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

This is so raw and amazing!

Addy said...

seems like u go around the world in search of awesome scenic beauties and wait for a picture perfect moment, click em then upload on ur blog, for us to see........u go thru such pains for all this! commendable!

Joshi Mukard said...

cool picture

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