babool

babool

(ˈbɑːbuːl; bəˈbuːl)
n
another name for babul
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Vicco Vajradanti Ayurvedic Toothpaste, for instance, contains therapeutic ingredients including babool bark, Indian medlar, blackberry, cloves, Bengal madder, jujube bark, walnut bark, mayweed plant, Indian liquorice root, bishop's weed, cinnamon, cutch tree bark, sappan wood, chebulic myrobalan, vajradanti bark, Indian sarsaparilla, Indian gooseberry, berelic myrobalans, cubeb and oak, says Pendharkar.
It has launched smaller packs - lower unit packs (LUPs) in marketing parlance - of its oral care (Dabur Red Paste, Meswak, Babool, etc.
Other trees to try are badam, imli, injeer, papaya, lemon, shareefa, shehtoot, kathal, keekar, amaltas and babool.
NOT many have forgotten Rashtriya Janata Dal president Lalu Prasad Yadav's reference to his party rival and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as a thorny babool tree, which he would like to burn.
Thus, several studies have been conducted to replace the raw material of producing activated carbon such as rice husk, bamboo, sugarcane stalk, tamarind kernel powder, palm shell, babool wood, bagasse fly ash, ashoka leaf powder, coir pith and banana pith [3].
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The trees around here are those that brave waterlessness--palms, dates, gajar ghas, babool.
Highlighting the impact of seawater intrusion, he said it had destroyed rive forests and vastly changed their composition by replacing freshwater dependent Babool and Kandi with other saltwater tolerant species.
Babool trees preserve environment, clean air impart beauty and give shade, provide fuel-wood and timber, protect soil, stop erosion and increase soil fertility.
And essays ranging from The Connaught Place Dilemma (1982) to Globalisation and Babool Gum (2004).
and babool (Acacia arabica) trees on soil fertility and profile characteristics.
On the other hand, Lalu has been quoted saying things such as" I prepared Nitish Kumar, but could not gauge that he will come out as a tree of babool ( a thorny tree).