tamarind tree

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long-lived tropical evergreen tree with a spreading crown and feathery evergreen foliage and fragrant flowers yielding hard yellowish wood and long pods with edible chocolate-colored acidic pulp

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Given the deep prehistory of biotic exchanges between Africa and the Indian subcontinent, the baobab may have been an ancient arrival in South Asia, perhaps introduced along with the tamarind tree or food crops from the semi-arid regions of north-east Africa.
Malayalam superstar Mammooty launched the 'My Tree Challenge', an activity involving planting a sapling and challenging others to do so, recently, besides taking it on a global scale by planting a tamarind tree in the premises of Grand Hyatt Hotel, Dubai on Tuesday.
Today, one of the most commonly cultivated plants in Latin America, the tamarind tree produces an exotic fruit-spice containing a reddish pulp and small shiny seeds, resembling peas in the pod.
The scent is a cult classic with West Indian tamarind tree leaves, medjool date fruit, coriander seed templar, clary sage flower, rich woods of balsamic, amber, leather, sandalwood and a touch of vanilla.
The three star category Best Western AVN Arogya also has Dhyana (Yoga Centre), Saffron- (Ayurvedic Restaurant), Tamarind tree (The Garden Restaurant), Hotpot (Coffee Shop), Tejus ( Beauty Spa), Kaya (The Health Club), Vilasa (The indoor Games area), Apanika (The Gift & Boutique shop), Bodhini (The Library ), Sabha, (The Board Room), Indraprastha (The Banquet hall) along with an Organic dairy & vegetable garden, Walking Track & Laundry facilities among others.
Islamabad -- An eye drop made from the seeds of tamarind tree is the new effective treatment for dry, sore, itchy eyes.
For light fare that can't be found easily in other parts of the country, go for Vietnamese, specifically Tamarind Tree (TamarindTreeRestaurant.
commonly known as tamarind tree is one of the most important multipurpose tree species in the Indian sub-continent[6].
The tamarind tree originates from India and the pods are the fruit.
Indeed, in the case of the Nage, a people who in their entirety bear the name of the Tamarind tree (Tamarindus indica), political developments in the last one hundred years, thus since the days of totemism's early anthropological reign, appear to have lent Nage totemism a new lease on life, and to have done so particularly in respect to one seemingly new totemic relationship.
Tamarind sauce, from the Tamarind tree, is also mostly used in southAsia, and is utilised in Thai dishes to provide a sweeter taste.
One evening, a group of people sat under a large tamarind tree.
It came completely out of the blue," said Yvonne, founder of organic toiletries company The Tamarind Tree.
They include 3 Rivers Eco-Lodge, Tamarind Tree Hotel, Garraway Hotel, Fort Young Hotel and the Hummingbird Inn.
Crisp West Indian Tamarind Tree Leaves and smooth medjool date fruit with Mediterranean herbs to add a little bit of a difference.