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303. The Dhak or Bastard Teak.

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The Dhak (Buteafrondosa, Roxb.) is one of the most striking of the Indian arboreous Leguminosae; its wood and leaves and flowers, the latter dried and reduced to a fine powder, which is sprinkled, are used in religious ceremonies. The natives are fon

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Media ID 4584575

Date: 21st March 2011

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, flower, indian, leaves, marianne north, painting, ruby-coloured, teak, wood