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IS 399 (1963): Classification of Commercial Timbers and


Their Zonal Distribution [CED 9: Timber and Timber Stores]

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Indian Standard
CLASSIFICATIONOF
COMMERCIAL TIMBERS AND THEIR
ZONAL DISTRIBUTION
(Revised)

Timber Sectional Committee, BDC 9

chakmas Rcpwnlhg
SRN v. s. Il.40 hfhhtay of Food & Agricultum
Mmhm
SItat I. s. AXUJA Directorate General of Supplies & DHposalr (Ministry of Works,
Housing & Supply!
SHN C. A. IL BHNJ~AN Forest Departmenr, Government of Madras
Dwvry Ira-wecron GBN~IUL or Forts-n Inapectorate General of Foresta (Ministry of Food & Agriculture)
SHar s. s. DcvmvAl.A Naval Headquarten
SH&N~K~A;&E’ Assam Railwaya B Trading Co Ltd, Margherita
Kinlab (Private) Ltd, Calcutta
SH1; C. N. KAP~R &%nuk)
SHXUJ. S. MA~URU Directorate General of Technical Development (Mb&try of Eamomk
% Drfence Co-ordination)
Dn D. NAIUYAN-n Forest Research Institute & Colleges. Dchru Dun
SHN K, lzettux uo (iam&
Dn A. N. N.or D&me Production Organization (Ministry of Del&cc)
St-m R P. MATHUR (.4lumata)
Dz A. I’mvaranu
sml FIba- smou

Da. It” s. RATaA (AM)


8XNS.Ruuunmuy Dkctomte Getmd d Civil Aviation (Ministry ol Truuport B
COtlllRtUliC~titUM)
SXN P. c. RAY I-. c. Rsy & co (India) Ltd, Calcutta
SHU s. c. RAY (Alunurr)
snru A. c. SexHAn Forest Ruearch Institute 8 Colleges, Dehn Dun
SUN N. K. SHARUA Forest Department. Government of Madhya Pradab
SHN B . P SIUVASTAVA Forat Detinment, Government of Uttar Pradesh
SHU M. SWARUP Pahnrpur Timbers Private Ltd. Calcutta
Tnraan Awwm Ministry of Railways (Railway Board)
LT.COL M. VALLADARE# Engineer-in-Chief’s Branch, Army Hudquarten
Sutu R. Veulrrir RAO Research, Designa & Standarda Organization (Ministry of Raifway~)
DR H. c. VtsvscvuA~& Director, IS1 (Ex.&io Mnnbn)
Deputy Director i civ Enaq 1
SXNTL
Extra Amiatant
D&or I CwEns ,, IS1

Tiibcr Terminology and Classification Subcommittee, BDC 9 :1


sxal K. lzxo Forest Research Iwitute & tikgen, Debra Dun

Mmnbws
c&~~AT~R?~~~AL 01 Foam Fomt Department Government of West Benti
Kiokb Private Luf. Calcutta
snu i. s: MAlw*nu Directonte Geneml of Tech&al Development (Minky of Economic
C Defence Co.ordinntion)
DR A. N. N/xea Dcfence Production Organization (Ministry of DeIence)
SHIU R. P. M.UHUR(zllfmalr)
Sum M. B. RNWDA Forest Research Institute & Colleges, Debra Dun
SHRI M. A. REH~A.. Forest &search Institute Rr Colleges, Debra Dun
Saat A. C. Sern~n Forest Research Institute & Colleges, Debra Dun
SHIU N. K. SH*IUIA Foreat Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh
Snr~ B. P. Snwwr~~a Forest Department, Gcvenment of Uttar Praduh

Timber Classification Panel, BDC 9 :1 :1


CaDnvr
SHBXK.tRAO Forest R-h Institute &. CoUyru. Debra Dun
Mmbm
SHN M. B. RAIWA Forest Research L-&tub & Colleges, Debra Dun
Stint M. A. Rmw Fonwt Research Institute & Colleges, Dchra Dun
SHN A. c. SEwiAR Forat Rerc~nh Institute & Colleges, Debra Dun

INDIAN STANDARDS INSTITUTION


MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARC.
NEW DELHI 110002
IS t 399-1963

CONTENTS
PAGE

0. FOREWORD *. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3

1. SeoPE .. .: .. .. .. .. .. .. 4

2.usE.s .. .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. 4

3.zor3Es .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4

4. chfSWICA¶ON .. .. .. '# .. .. .. 5

TABLE I CLAMFICATR)N OF TIMBERSAccomx~a TO THEIRUSES,NORTH


ZONE .. 7

TABLEII CLAMFKATION OF Trams ACCORDINGTO THEIRUSES,EAST ZONE . . ., 18

TABLE III C~MIFICATION OF TIMBERSAccoa01~0 TO THEIR Ums, CENTRE ZONE .. 36

,TABLE IV CLM~IFICATION OF TIMBERSAccommo TO THEIR USES, WEST ZONE .. 43

TABLE V CLASSIFICATION
OF TIMBE= ACCORDINOTO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE .. 53

INDEX OF BOTANICALNAMES .. .. .. .. .. *” 69

INDEX OF STANDARDTRADE AND LOCALNAMES .. .* .. . m 73

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Is: 39911!363

Indian Standard
CLASSIFICATION OF
COMMERCIAL TIMBERS AND THEIR
ZONAL DISTRIBUTION
(Revised)

0. F-OREWORD
0.1 This Indian Standard was adopted by the 0.5 For the purposes of this standard, India has
Indian Standards Institution on 30 September been divided into five zones (see Map on p. 85),
1963, after the draft finalized by the Timber keeping in view the principal timber-consuming
Sectional Committee had been approved by the centres and the forest areas which .feed them.
Building Division Council. This, however, does not mean that timbers grown
in one zone are not available in the other. For
0.2 In the Indian Standard Classification of
instance, coniferous species, such as fir and spruce,
Commercial~Timbers and Their Zonal Distribution
grow in the western Himalayas in the North Zone,
(IS : 399-1952)) first published in 1952, all values
but they are in large dcma.nd in Calcutta and
a&d quantities were specified in fps units. The
Bombay for certain uses for which they are ideally
present revision was undertaken not only for
suited. Andamans supply large quantities of
mctricizing the standard but also for effecting&her timber to Calcutta, but a fair amount is also
important changes. In addition to the average
shipped to Madras, rhere it finds a ready market.
weight per cubic metre (cubic foot) of various
The city of.Bombay is largely dependent upon
species of timber, the range of weight has also
supplies from West Coast of Mysorc, Kerala,
~been given. Other important additions made
Coastal Madras, and Andhra so that many of
are the incorporation of abbreviated symbols for the timbers listed in the South Zone are also
each species of timber and the comparative commercially available there, Such limitations,
strength coefficients. Besides, a few more species as pointed out here, are quite natural to a classi-
have been included in the various zones. fication of this type covering the whole of India,
0.3 Timber is required ~for a number of uses, and and it is left to the user to keep them in view when
is procured from different parts of India by the making use of this standard.
purchasing departments of the Central and State
Governments, and by the trade and industry. 0.6 The local names of timbers vary not only
Sometimes, it does happen that timber is trans- according to linguistic regions, which ar’e far too
ported over long distances for some specific services numerous themselves, but even within one linguis-
when species suitable for the purpose could, with tic region there are dialectal variations so that It
some effort, be secured from nearby sources. is not an easy task at present to standardize the
The reason for this appears to be ‘that the forest names both in regard to their pronunciation and
contractors and the timber trade are generally their spelling in Roman. The Forest Research
not aware of the properties and uses of the various Institute and Colleges at Dehra Dun publishes
timbers they purchase from the forest departments. from time to time a list~of trade names of important
The users are also often unaware of the species Indian timbers, together with their botanical
that could be used for their particular requirements equivalents, so as to popularize the use of certain
in place of the costlier timbers they obtain from names in the timber trade throughout the country.
distant sources. It was, therefore, considered In the preparation of this standard, the usage
necessary that information should be made avail- adopted by the Forest Research Institute and
able to the purchasing departments, the users, the Colleges, Dehra Dun, has been followed, and the
timber trade and the forest contractors on classi- classification is alphabetically arranged according
fication of various important indiao timbers to the botanical names revised particularly in the
according to their commercial availability in the light of the latest nomendature given in the
various zones and their main uses. article ‘Name Changes in Common Indian Plants’
published in the Indion Fomtrr; Vol 84, No. 8;
0.4 The principal foreign source of supplies of (19583. Trade names are based on the Official
timber to India at present is Nepal, which contri- List of Trade Names of Indian Timbers, Indian
butes a very large quantity of sal, sissoo, haldu Forest Records, Utilization, Vol 1, No. 7, (1938) :
and-other hardwoods to the North and East Zones. Indian Woods, Their Identification, Properties
Nepalese names are commonly known in these and Uses Vol 1, 1958, Vol II, 1963; and Standard
regions and they have, therefore, been included. Nomenclature of the Exportable Timbers of the
IS 1 399 - 1963

Asia-Pacific Region, Food and Agriculture Orga- seasoning, based on the extent of cracking and
nization of the United Nations-Rome 1960. splitting to which a timber is liable under normal
These have been designated as standard trade practice of air seasoning. Column 11 provides a
names. In the case of the species not covered strength coefficient of timber for the particular
by the above publications, the Committee has use in question based on a coe!Iicien t of 106 for
itself chosen appropriate standard trade names. teak. This coluri,n has been added to enhance
These standard names are given in co1 2 of the value of the standard by evolving a suitable
Tables I to V (see p. 7-53). Abbreviated symbols composite figure for each use. This classification
of these trade names, based mainly on IS : 1150- details briefly whatever information is available
1957 Abbreviated Symbols for Timber Species, up-to-date. Lack of adequate data on which to
are given in co1 3 of Tables I to V and these base informatic ;! under the various columns has
can be used as identification marks for bulk timber been indicated by a dash.
supplied to stock depots from the trade in mixed
0.7.1 The figures for strength coefficients for
condition during transit or for storage purposes.
various uses for all the timbers have been supplied
Some of the more important local names prevalent
,y the Forest Research Instituie and Colleges,
within respective zones are ~given in co1 4 of
Dehra Dun. The method adopted in determining
Tables I to V. Most of the local names have
strength coefficients is based on ‘Evaluation of
been supplied by the Forest Departments con-
Suitability Indices for Comparison of Different
cerned. These names have been separately
Species for Use in Different Industrial and Engi-
indexed in alphabetical order. As stated above,
neering Fields’ appearing in Proceedings of the
no effort has been made to indicate the pronun-
Symposium on Timber and Allied Products,
ciation. The spellings of a number of local and
Nationai Buildings Organization, New Delhi,
trade names are not to be considered as final.
(1959)) and on the figures given in ‘Grouping of
They are, however, in accordance with well-
lndian Timbers and Their Properties, Uses and
established usage. It is hoped that in due course
Suitability’-Indian Forest Records, New Series,
the forest departments will try to standardize the
Timber Mechanics, Vol I, No. 2, 1954.
local names and that this standard will prove
helpful to them for this purpose. 0.8 The Sectional Committee responsible for the
Nom - For ease of reading, thr local mmes hav:: not preparation of this standard has, taken into con-
been italicized. sideration the views of the producers, consumer3
0.7 In order to increase the utility of the standard, and technologists and has related the standard
information on various aspects of timber utilization to the trade practices followed in the country in
has been included in Tables I to V. Column 5 this field.
of the tables gives a-general idea of the availability 0.9 Metric system has been adopted in India and
of the various specres within a zone. Columns 6 all quantities and dimensions appearing in this
and 7 give the average weight and the range of standard have been given in this system. How-
weights of air-seasoned timber in kilograms per ever, weights of timber have also been given in
cubic metre and pounds per cubic foot respec- the foot pound units to facilitate a smooth change-
tively. A broad classification of the durability over.
of timber is given in co1 8. Column 9 records
the degree of amenability of a timber to antiseptic 0.10 Wherever a reference to any Indian Standard
treatment under pressure. Column 10 gives an appears in this standard, it shall be taken as a
idea of the refractoriness of a timber to air reference to its latest version.

1. SCOPE d) Heavy packing cases (for machinery and


similar stores) ;
1.1 This standard details the zonal distribution of
e) Agricultural implements and tool handles;
common commercial timbers of India, classified
according to tl.eir various uses, and gives infor- f) Turnery articl& and toys; and
mation on the availability of these timbers and on g) Veneers and plywood.
some of their important properties.
3, ZONES
2. USES 3.1 In addition to India, the zones include
2.1 The uses are classified under the following territories of Sikkim and Bhutan. The territories
categories: comprising India, and Sikkim and Bhutan have
been divided into five zones as indicated on the
4 Constructional purposes, including building Map (gee p. 85), which comprise roughly the
construction, house-posts, beams, rafters, following areas :
cart-building, bridges, piles, poles and railway
sleepers ; I North Zone Jammu and Kashmir,
Punjab, Himachal Pradesh,
b) Furniture land cabinet making; Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and
4 Light packing cases; Rajasthan

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IS : 399 - 1963

II East Zone Assam, Mdnipur, Tripura, index of availability, all such sources have been
West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, taken into consideration. Every care has been
Sikkim, Bhutan, Andamans, taken in arriving at an accurate estimate of
North East Frontier Agency availability, but it may be stressed that it is not
and Nagaland practicable to obtain adequately detailed and
reliable data on the subject.
III Centre Zone Madhya Pradesh, Vidharbha
areas of Maharashtra State 4.2 Weight Per Cubic Metre (or Cubic Foot) -
and the north east part of The figures for the average weight and the range
Andhra Pradesh (Godavari of weights per cubic metre (cft) at 12 percent
delta area) moisture content for all the timbers have been
supplied by the Forest Research Institute and
IV West Zone Maharashtra State (except
Colleges, Dehra Dun and are based generally
Vidharbha areas), Gujarat
on a very large number of samples of each species
and north west part of
in a particular zone or from other zones. The
Mysore
range of weights is given below the average weight
V South Zone Madras, Andhra Pradesh in parentheses. ‘The density of a timber often
(except the Godavari delta varies according to the climatic and soil conditions
area), Kerala and Mysore of the place where a particular species is grown,
(except north west part) and even in a single tree may vary from the bottom
to the top, and from the centre to the periphery
4. CLASSIFICATION of the bole. The figures given here represent a
4.0 Tables I, 11, III, IV and V list respectively im- fair range for the species but, in individual cases:
portant timbers commercially available in the five slight deviations on either side are possible.
zones described under 3 and classified according
4.3 Durability--The figuses given here are
to their uses given under 2. Against each species
based on the ‘graveyard’ tests carried out in the
of timber, the availability in that zone, average
open, at the Forest Research Institute and Colleges,
weight and the range of weight of air-seasoned
Dehra Dun, in which test specimens of size 24 x 2 X 2
timber in kg!ms and lb/fts, durability, treatability,
in. ofheartwood were buried in the ground to half
refractoriness to air seasoning and strength co-
their lengths. The condition of the specimens
efficient are given.
was examined at frequent intervals and from these
4.1 Availabtity - The availability of timbers is observations, their average useful life has been
categorized under three classes indicated below: calculated. The timbers are classified for durabi-
lity according to the average life of ,these te:t
X : Most common, 1 415 ms (1 000 tonnesj and
specimens as follows :
more per year
Y : Common, 355 m3 (250 tonnes) to 1 415 m3 High : Timbers having average life of 120
(I 000 tonnes) -per year months and over
Z : Less common, below 355 m3 (250 tonnes)
Moderate : Timbers having average life of less
per year
than 120 months but of 60 months
The figures are largely based on the information or over
supplied by various forest departments. It should
Low : Timbers having average life of less
be explained here that these figures refer to the
than 60 months
quantities that could be made available every
year, although due to various difficulties connected It is necessary to explain here that the actual
with the economic extraction of these species, the life of a timber in use depends largely upon the
actual quantities commercially available at present local conditions of soil and climate. The classifi-
may be far too small. For instance, Indian oaks, cation made in this standard, therefore, serves
birch, maple, walnut, ash, etc, which occur in hill merely to give a comparative value of the durability
forests, are so costly and difficult to extract that of various timbers when used in exposed stituations
their exploitation is possible only for such purposes subject to atmospheric variations, and in contact
where the cost of extraction is justified by the use with the ground.
in view. Walnut and maple trees are converted
in the forest into rifle half-wroughts, which are 4.4 Treatability - The classification is based on
carried by men, mules and lorries over long dis- experiments carried out at the Forest Research
tances, as there are no suitable substitutes for Institute and Colleges, Dehra Dun, on the pressure
them among the timbers available in the plains. treatments of various timbers with creosote-crude
With the building of new hillroads and improve- oil mixtures and with water-soluble preservatives,
ment of old ones, it is hoped that these forests will under conditions of treatment which are normally
gradually become important sources of timber used for these processes. The classification should,
supply to the country. Then, again, there are therefore, be taken to represent approximately
certain timbers available fsom fields, road-sides, the degree of resistance offered by the heartwood
canal banks, tea gardens, etc, such as mango, of a species to the penetration of the preservative
toon, sissoo and silver oak. In compiling the fluid under working pressure of 10.5 kg/cma. In

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IS 0 3!B - 1963

the case of treatment with creosote-crude oil relative importance of these properties. Variations
mixture, the liquid is usually heated to 80” to 90°C; in basic mechanical properties in the green and
but with aqueous solutions, the treatment-is dry conditions have been taken into consideration.
generally -done in the cold to avoid precipitation While using the figures given in this standard, it
of the chemicals [-see IS: 401-1961 Code of Practice may be remembered that they serve only as a
for Preservation of Timber (Revised)]. guide for selection of relatively superior or inferior
The treatability of timbers has been classified as species, from physical and mechanical aspects.
fr,llows : The higher the figure, the more suitable it is for
the purpose than the species having a lower figure.
n : Heartwood easily treatable It should be remembered that these figures do nat
b: Heartwood treatable, but complete pene- serve as design criteria or for deciding dimensions
tration of preservative not always obtained and shapes of the material required for any use.
For the present, these figures cover only main uses,
c: Heartwood only partially treatable
such as construction, furniture, packing cases, and
d: Heartwood refractory to treatment tool handles. The comparative strength CO-
c: Heartwood very refractory to treatment, efficients have been expressed as a percentage of
strength coefficient of teak.
penetration of preservative being practically
nil from side or end 4.7 The following abbreviations have been used in
4.5 Refractoriness to Air Seasoning -_ The the tables:
timbers are ciassified, as stated below, under three And Andamans
categories, depending upon their behaviour with Asm Assam
respect to cracking and splitting during normal Ben Bengali
air-seasoning practice suitable for the species Guj Gujarati
concerned: Hindi
z; Himachal Pradesh
High refractoriness (indicated ‘High’ in the
Kan Kannada
tables),
Kash Kashmir
Moderate refractoriness (indicated ‘Moderate’ Kol Koli
in the tables), and Ma1 Malayalam
Low refractoriness (indicated ‘Low’ in the Manip Manipur
tables). Mar Marathi
MP Madhya Pradesh
4.6 Comparative Strsngth Coefficient - The Nep Nepali
figures for comparative strength coefficients for Pun Punjabi
various uses for all the timbers have been arrived sP* Species
at by suitably grouping the various important Syn. Synonym
mechanical properties that come into play for any Tam Tamil
particular use, and giving due weightage to the Tel Telugu

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TABLE I CLASSlFlCATlON OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THElR USES, NORTH ZONE

(Claure 4)

N~rre - An obelisk (t! against the class of availabJity of a species in&cat& that the timber grows in hilly areas, and on aozount of the
difficulty and high cost of ixtraction, it is not fully exploited at present.
_ Mark (z) against a species indicate match~wood.

&YMNICALNAME STANDA- AEBRE- Local NAMES AVAIL- AVXIbWE WEICIiT AND TicEAT- REFRAC- cov-
TRADE NAME VlATED AEILrrY &NCE OF b%RXiTS ARILITV TORINESSTO STRENOTH
SYMBOi (SW4.1) AT 12 hRCENTMow (Jar 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SEASOMNO ON +IiE%Mlll
(see 4.2) (see4.5) OF TEAK/d
I ,
klms lb/f@ (sic%,

(1) (2) (3) (4j (5) (6) (7: (8) (10) (11)
1. CONSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSES

a) Ukdferotu

FIR morinda (Hin), pand, rai, x 450 LOW Low 70


tosh (HP), partal (Pun)
DE0 deodar (Hin), kelo, kelon x (33zgo) High LOW 80
(HP), diar (Pun) (“5”;;05)
Cuprc~su tiosa Don CYP devidiar, leuri (Hi,), saro Y High Low 73
(HP;, surai (Kumaonj
P&a s&hiana Boiss. SPR partal, rai (Pun) x (43:z?o) LOW Low 70
(Syn. Pitea mrinda Link; (29O;p.5,
Pinw roxburghii Sargent CHR chir (Hin), chil (Pun) s Low Low 70
(Syn. Pinu.s longifolia Roxb.) (435oT55)
Pinuc wallichiana A. B. Jacks. KAL kail (Hin) s Low Low 60
(Syn. Pinus excelsa Wall.; (400-690)

b) Broad Leaved (Non-coniferous)

Acucio arabica Wilid. babul BAB babul (Win), kikar (Pun) X 785 Low b Moderate 105
(720-850) (4::3)
At&a catechu Willd. khair KHA khair (Hin) s 1010 High -- High 120
(880;:; 70) (.556_373j
Adina wrdiflia Hook. f. kaidu HAL haldu (Hin) s Low a Rloderatc: 80
(595-735) (374%;
Albizria iebbeck Benth. kokko KOK siris (Hin), sarin, &in Y 640 High C Moderate 90
(Pun) (486755) (3027)
Aibizria odorattisima Be&. lrala-Skis KS1 kala siris (Xin), kurmuru Y 735 High e Moderate 120
(Pun) (3746s3j
Albirria pmcera Benth safed-siris SSI safed siris (Hin) Y (“g&l00 1O) Moderate C Moderate 85
(3:2)
Anogeissus lalifolia Wail. dewood ( batii ) AXL bakli, dhaura @in], x i4g!ztG35) Low e High 95
&ha1 (HI’), dhao (Pun 1
Artocarpus hctiophyllus Lamk. katkal KAT kathal (Hin) z (78&Y5) (4:?2! High - Moderate 75 .
(21it jArtocarpus integrifoiiur (415-735) (26463

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TABLE I CLASSKFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, NORTH ZONE - Conrd
G:
..
BOT.VQCALN.\vE STANDARD ABBRE- J.OCAI.3~~1~s AVAIL- AVERAGE WEKGMTANI) TREAT- RLTILX- C~XIP,\~<AT~VE
TRADE NAME VIATED ABlL,TY RANGE OPWEICXIX ABILITY TORINESS TO STRENG~ g
SYMBOL (we 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMors- (see 4.4) AIR COEFPlCieNT ’
TL’RECONTENT SEASONING ON THE &.%G 5;
(MC4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK
100 AS 8
--
k/m3 (see4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (8; (9) (IO) (‘1)
Bride&a rctusa Spreng. kasi KAS gondni, khaja, khajtr Y 595 Moderate c Moderatr 75
(Hin), ghaj (HP) (515-675)
Cassiafittula Linn. lmdtns A&IT amaltas (Hin), kaniar Y 865 -Moderate -- High 110
(Pun) (73$025)
Cedreln toona Roxb. to&an TOO tun (Hin) X Loti c XIoderate 60
(385-610)
Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. sissoo SIS SJII;” (Hin), iahli x Moderate e Moderate 85
(62:;30)
Diospyros mtlano.+$on doxb. &Olly EBO abnoos (Hinj z LO\\- -- Moderate 75

Fraxinus sp: ash ASH hum (Kash), sum (Pun) tz LO\\. - Moderate 95

iklina nrborea Linn. gamari GAM gamari, gamhar, khamhar


(Hin), gumhar, kumhar
Y (5720)
(415-610)
Hi& -.- Xfoderate 55

(Pun)
C;rcwia tiiiezfolia \;&I. dhaman DHA phalsa (Pun) Y 785 Moderate d hfoderate 120
co
Lagerstrcemia paroiJora Roxb. Iedi LEN asidh, dhauri, sida (Hin) Z Low e High 95

&mea coromandelica Mxr. jhingan JHI jhingan, moyen (Hin), Y LO>\ e IModerate 50
(Syn. Lanneo grandis Eng.; kembal (Pun) (495-675)
0dir.a wodicr Roxb.)
dladhuca indica Gmel. mahua MAU mohwa (Hin! 2-t 915 High e High 75
[Fyn. Bassin latifiia Roxb.; (755-l 040;
Mzdhuca kzatifolia (Roxb.)
h lacbride]
$%fangifera indica Linn. mango 1lAN am (Hin), amb (Pun) x Low a Low 75
(61E500) (384350)
Mt$;yna fw$Xa (Roxb.) k&im KAi kah&n, phaldu (Hin) Y Low b Moderate 75
(595-720) (374145)
(Syn. stcphegyne panliiolia
Korth.)
Ougemia oojcincnsis (Roxb.) San&n SAD panan, sandan, tinnas, Y 850 High - Moderate 80
Hochreut f;i;) (Hin), sannan (800-915) (505-:7)
cs_n._* 9geinio dalbergioides
th-3Itn.,
QurrcluJIoribun~, Wall. f mohru, inoru, tilonj (Hin)

1
(Sysi. Quntw &&ata LindJ.)
Quncus glauca Thunb. $:a&~ (Hinj, bami 865 Mod&ate - High 110
~ISdhlOSkS IOA tx (690-960) (43zO)
Qwcus incana Roxb. ban, nbanj, bhanj (Hin)
Qwcus ianuginwa Don rianj (Hin)
Quercus smucarpifolia Smith kharsu (Hin)
TABLE I CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACkOkDING TO THEIR USES, NORTH ZONE - Contd
BOTANICALKATIE STANDARD AVNL- .4VEKI\GE WEIoIIT AND DIJRABILITY TIlEAT- KEFRAC- Cour.uLkTwe
Tiuoz N~aar. ABlLlTY RANGE OP WEI~TS lsec 4.3’ .AIIILITY TORINESS
TO STRENGTH
‘we 4.1) .\T 12 PERCENT tiloIs- (see 4.41 i\lR COEPPICIENT
TURE CdNTEN? SLhScJNlNG ON TIMEB~srs
(see 4.2 j :ree 4.5) OF TEAK AS
I , 100
Ib/fts :>ec4.6)
(I; (2) 13) !5) (7i !8j (11,
Szhlsichera oleosa Okcn. kusum KUS z 1 105 I.OW 140
cm Schleichera trijuga (1060-l 185) (6&
Willd.)
Shoren robrtsla Ga‘rtn. f. Sal %\I. sakhu, sal (Hinj X 865 54 High 120
(675-l 040) (42-653
StereospenrrutrL ‘!xmma&uI8
(&ssk.) Chatt.
(Syn Stereosfermurn
cholonoides padri P.4D padal, paral (Hin) Y 720 LOW lfoderate Hi
DC.) (560-975)
Stmeospmmum swoeolens DC. J
Syzygiuni cznii~i Skeeb JAM jarnun (H&j X 785 Moderate High WI
(Syn. Eugcnia jambolami (705-815)
Lamk.)
Tamarix op@o &inn.) FRA jhao, jhau (Hinj, okan, Y 675 _- -_ Moderate
pharwan (Pun) (-)

hRJ arjun (Hin) Z 815 Moderate b ,\Ioderate 70


wo;“p;“) (4s2)
Tenninalia beilirica Roxh. BAH b;ihe; (Hin), bhaira X LOW b Moderate 105
(4::6,
/ erminalia chebtrla Retz. MYR hararh, harr (Hin), harar Y (67zo) LOW c High 105
(Pun) (75&lo140) (4%)
Terminalia tomentosa Wight LAU asna, sain (Hin), a&an x Moderate b High LOO
et Am. (pu?, (61;;:9) (385-360)
C’lmur wallichiovo Plan&. ELM er;;, (Hin), mareen tZ LOW -- Low 45
(350-675) (2Z2)

Y. FURNITCTRE ;WD CABINET MAKING


a) conifemra

Abics pitrdrow Royle


,
Abies spectabilis Spach. FIR morinda (Hin), pand, rai, x 450 28 I&W J.ow 55
(Syn. Abies wcbbiana Limit.% tosh (HP), partal (Pun) (33;;;90) (2 ‘;443)
Gdrus deodara I,oudon dtodu DE0 drodar (Hin). kelo, kelon X High Low 75
(HP), diar (Pun) (2y
C’q~es.ws tonrlosn DC)I* cyprees CYP devidtar, leuri (Hin!, saro Y ‘%:05) High Low 75
(HI’. wrai (Ku ;naon) (430-6 10)
Pxea smithiona Hoiw. S~nIcc SPR partal, rai (Pun) x 480 (2Y L6n Low 60
(Syn. P~crn mnrh~dlr Link’ (29;+;55) (18-41)
Pinrs roxbxghir Sargent chir t :HR chir (ili~l), c-nil (Pun) X 36 l.ow Low ?i5
(Syn. I’UWIioti$!fulia Roxb.: (430-75.5, (27-47)
TABLE I CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO TFIFJR USES, NORTH ZONE----C.o&

ll~w.\xrc.\rSA\IE .\IlnRl:- l,oc.41 S.\\IIIF r\v \I,.- .~\\.l:RAGf. WEIyIIT AN,, TRE.%T-
\‘I \TbO h31LIT\ R.\s~:F OF WEIGIIT~ XBlLlTY
SYVBOI (ze 4.1; AT 12 PERCENT Ilow (see 4.4)
Tt’RE CONTEK.1
(see 4.2)
I-
k/m3 lb/ft3 ’
(2: (3) (4) (5, (6) (7) (81 (9‘1

kail KAL kail (Hin) X 515 32 LOU c


(4QO-690) (23.433

b) Broad Leaved (Non-eoniferbos)

. lrer sp. maple MAP kanjpla (Garhwal), kainju tu 57.5 to\\ hloderate 75
(Jaunsar) . kulu (Ku- (415-815) &I)
maon), kcnzal, mandar
(Pun)
.ldina cordifolia Hook. f. haldu HAL haldu (Hin) ?i 675 LO\\. a hloderatr 95
(595-735) (3%)
lerrttltrs indicn Colebr. borse-chest- HCH bankhor (Hin), han - - RIodrratc -
tx 515
nut (Kash), pangar (Ku- (---I (32,
maon), w-3 khanor
z . llbizia Iebbeck Bench. kokko IiOK
(Pun)
siris (Hin), sarin. shrin Y High Rioderatr 95
(Pun) (4NZ55) (304047)
.Ilbi;;ia odoratissima Benth. kala-siris KS1 kala siris (Hin). kurhiuru Y High hloderatc 140
(Fun) (59.5-l 010) (3+ _
.llbiz.:ia proctra Benth. safed-siris SSI safed siris (Hin) Y Alodcratc hloderale 9.i
(49E35)
. lrtorar~rrs heteroph~llus Lamk. kathal KAT kathal (Hin) z (%2) High hlodera t< 90
(Syn. Artocarfrus brtegrifolius (41.5-735) (26-46)
.\uct.)
nemrllsp. birch DIR bhojpatra. bhuj (Hin I. =Y 625 blodrrarc
yl;$, (HP). burza (--) (39)
(.cdrelaloomRoxb. toon TOO tun (Hi;,) X 5 I .i 32 I .<I\\ c .\lo&ratc 63
w&10) w--q
Dnlbergia sissoo Roxb. sissoo sis shisham (Hin), tahli (Pun) X b loclora tc ,’ 1 loderate 105
(625-930) (39-J-8)
Frn.r;~zz/ssp. ash ASH hum (Kash). sum (Pun) z 720 LO\\ .2loderatc 75
(575-770)
Clnelilra mborea Linn. gamari c;.u1 gamari. gamhar. kham- Y 495 (3Yj High %lodcrate 75
har (Hin). gumhar. (413-610) (26-38)
kumhar (Pun :
(/~crcv’u tiliafolia Vahl. dbaman DH:\ phalsa (Pun) Y 49 hlodrrarr d I\lodcratr 140
(38-55)
Holo/telea integr;fl;a Planch . kanju KAN kanju. papri iHin . x 37 LO\\ b Moderate 80
kumkar, rajain f Ptcn1
J:/s’h/J sp. ivalout \V.\l. akhor. akhrot. khw cHilr +s (3%?) I.ow - hloderate 73
(26-50)
TABLE I CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, NORTH ZONE-Contd

BOTANICAL
NAME STANDARD .‘\BBRE- Locni NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REFRAC- COMPARATrvE
TRADE NA\IE VIATED ABlLlTV RANGEOF WEIGHTY (see4.3) ABILITv TORtNESS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMors- (see 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SE.~SONI:G ONTHE BASUI
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK M
--- 100
kg/m3 lb/f& (see 4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

Lagerstremia parviflora Roxb. lendi LEN asidh, dhauri, sida (Hin) Z 755 Low e High 95
&?O)
SMangifcra indica Linn. mango MAN am (Hin), amb (Pun) X (70&?) Low a LOW 90
(61;?58500) (3&
Mgit;r paroifoiia (Roxb.) kaim KAI kalam, phaldu (Hin) Y Low b Moderate 83
(595-720) (3&5)
(@I. Stsphqyne parvijolia
Kortb.)
Moms sp. mplberry MUL shahtut (Hin & Pun), Z ’ 675 Loi - Moderate 85
(530835) (3::2)
QuercusJloribunda Wall. , moru, tilonj
(Syn. Quereusdilatata Lindl .)
Quercusglauca Thunb. 1 phE:nt (Hin), bami
Indian oaks IOA tk 865 Moderate - High 110
. .
Quercus incana Roxb. [ zlrrrrj), bhaq (Hm) ] (690960) (rzo)
z Qaercus lanuginosa Don ria4 (Hin)
QuercuJ semecarpifolia Smith 1 kharsu (Hin)
Stereospernzum personaturn
(Hassk.) Chatt.
(Syn. Stereospermum chelonoides padri PAD ,padal, paral (Hin) Y 720 Low - Moderate 95
DC.) (560-975) (3&
S~ereo.s/wwn suaveolens DC.
Terminalia tomentosa Wight laurel LAU asna, sain (Hin), aisan X 850 Moderate b High 110
et Am. (Pun) (610960) (3zo)

3. LIGHT PACKING CASES

P) Coniferous
Abies pindrow Royle
Abies spectabilis Spach. FIR morinda (Hin), pand, X 450 Low cl Low 75
(Syn. Abics webbiana Lindl.) rai, tosh (HP), partal (335-690) (2 z3,
(Pun)
Ccdrus deodara Loudon deodar DE0 deodar (Hin), kelo, kelon x 545 High C Low 80
(HP), diar (Pun) (2!z4)
Cupressus torulosa Don cypress CYP devidiar, leuri (Hin), saro Y (4655;1505) High e Low 80
(HP), surai (Kumaon) (273-238, t:
Picea smithiana Boiss. spnsce SPR partal, rai (Pun) X (43:8?o) Low d Low 75 ..
(Syn. Picea morinda Link) (I&
Pinus roxbqhii Sargent chit CHR chir (Hin), chiL(Pun) X (2g:;!55) LOW b Low 80
(Syn. Pinus longzyolia Roxb.) (273-67)
Pinus wallichiana 4., B. Jacks. kail KAL kail (Hin) X (4350;7555) LOW C Low 70
(Syn. Pinus excelsa Wall.) (400-690) (2%)
W
TABLE I CLASSIFlCATlON OF TIMBBRS Ac(;oRDING TO THBIR USES, NORTH ZONE - Cmtd

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD ABBRE- LOCALNAME AVAIL- AWUXAGEWEIGHT AND DURABILITY TRJZAT- REFRAC- COMPARAITVE
TRADE NAME ABILITY R.~N~E OF Weroms (s= 4.3) ABILlTY TCRINESSTO STRENGTH
SEkZ (* 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT Mars- (u 4.4) An COEPPlCIENT ;
TIJRECONTENT SE.4SONtNOON THE BASIS
(see 4.2) (a 4.5) OP TEAK AS
I
k/m* Ib/ft’ ’

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)


b) Broad Leaved (N-emus)
Alnus ncpati Don utis (Hin), kosh (HP),
alder sharol, shaur (Pun) tx 370 - Low 70
AInur nitida Endl. piak (HP), kunis (Sirmur)
$AIstonia scholaris R. a r. cbatiaa CHT chitiyan, satni, sahvin Z (30z50) Law - LOW 70
(Hin)
Bonrrllia smata Roxb. SShi SAA salai (Hin), &ala (Pun) Y (35z;:65) LGW C LOW 85

Ficus sp. figs FIG gular, pdar (pun) Z (4g&:oo) - - LOW -


Cm&a arborea Linn. Bpmnri CAM gamari, gamhar, kham- Y ‘;;5 High - Moderate 85
har (Hin), &n&q (415-610)
kumhar (Pun)
Holoptclea int&tXia Plan& KAN kanju, papri (Hin), kum- X 595 LOW b Moderate 95
i?; kar, rajain (Pun) (3&)
KUT baurang (Hin), bathura Z (48:G55) LOW C LOW is
(Pun) (25?4)
Kydia ca&ina Roxb. PUL pola, pula (Hin) Z (40:tG45) - Low --
(Y
@nnca cmomandclica Mcrr. JHI jhingan, moyen (Hin), 2 G Low e Moderate 7.5
(Syn. Lunnea grandis Eng.; kembal (Pun) (495-675) (3 ::2)
Odina wodin Roxb.)
$Mangi&a indica Linn. -.50 MAN am (Gin), amb (Pun) s 690 Low a Low lk0
(381:o)
Mclia azrdarach Linn. P&Sian PLI bakain, darekh (Hin) 1. (6’~G~oo) Low Moderatc 100
lib (293-753)
Populus sp. POPl= POP y$tn (HP), bahan, pha- Z (46z50) - - LOW 75
(Pun), chalan (385-610) (2:-:8)
(Sirmur)
$Salmalik malabaricn Schott semul SE1f semal (Hin), simal (Pun) x 385 24 LOW a LOW 70
& Endl. (255-530) (16-33)
(Syn. Bombax malabarictim DC.)
z Trewia nudzQ7oraLinn. gutel GU? putel (Hin), gumhar (HP) \- 450 Low LOW
(-) T)
4. HEAVY PACKING CASES
(for packing machinery and similar stores;

a) coniferous
Cedrus deodara Loudon DEO dendar (Hin), kelo. kelon X 545 54 High C LOW 80
(HP), diar (Pun) (465-705) (29-44)
TABLE I CLASIFICATION OF TIMBERS AtXCNLDING TO THJSR USES, NORTH ZONE-Cmti ’
BUTANICALNAMB STANDARD ABBRE- LOCALNNdES AVNL- A~BRAGEWEIGHTAND DURABILITY TREAT- RBFRAC- coMpARATM3
TRADE NAIVE ABILrrY RANGBOPWEIGHTS (= 4.3) TORINES Td STRENGTH
sziz (see4.1) AT 12 ~XCENT MOIS- gz AIR COEFFICIENT
Turn CON7ENT SEASONING ONTHEBASlS
(SC 4.2) (se84.5) OP TEAK AS
L
’ kg/ma lb/ft’ ’ (sz!6)

(‘1 (2) (3) (4) (5) (sj (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

b) Broad Lcrved (Nomoniferous)

HAL haldu (Hin) X ‘675 Low a Moderate 105


(595-735) (3t2&)
RAT kathal (Hin) z 595 I&gh - Moderate 95
(415-735) (226)

TOO tun (Hin) x 515 Low c Moderate 80


(385-610) (2::38)
GAU ghoghar_, kaikar, kara- Z 610 Low e Moderate 95
pat (h) (465-690) (2Z3)
GAM gam&i, gamhar, kham- Y 515 =gh
- Moderate J5
har (Hin), gumbar, (415-610) (2%)
kumhar (Pun)
LEN asidh, dhauri, sida (Hin) Z 755 Low e High 110
(705-800) (4ZO)
$Uang$ia it&a Linn. MAN am (Hin), amb (Pun) X 690 Low a LaV 110
(610-800) (384-ssO)
M&a a&&wach Linn. Peraiuslll- PLI bakain, darckh (Hin) Z 595 LOW Moderate 100
ac (465-850) (2:;3)
M4ys jm$Xa (Roxb.) kaim KAI kalam, phaldu (Hin) Y 655 LOW b Moderate 105
(595-720) (37445)
(Syll. s*gyne Wilia
Korth.)

~m~_a&r$Xim Willd. hathipnilr HAT kanak-champa, mayeng 2 595 LOW c Moderate 105
‘(Hin), later (HP) (400-720) (253-745,
(Hassk.) Chatt.
PAD padal, paral (Hin) I’ 720 LOW - Moderate 120
(560-975) (3&
s&reo*p&mwn sua&olms DC.
Syqygivm cumini Skeels jun- J.4hl jamun (Hin) x 785 Moderate e High 1 IO
(Syn. EflgCnlil jambolam (!05-815) (4%)
M.)
TUia bdlirica limb. bahera BAH ba$y (Hin), bhaira x 815 b Moderate -
un (675-895) (4;:6)
TABLE I CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCOiUMNG TO THEIR USES, NORTH ZONE-Contd

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD ABBU- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURAEULITY TREAT- REPRAC- COMPAUTNE u
TRADE NAME VIATED ABIl.nv k.4 NGE OF WElGKts (see 4.3) ABILITY TORINESS TO
h-MBOL (see4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMors- (see 4.4) AIR
TURE CON-IZNT SEASONING ON THE Blrs~s
(St-d4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK AS
loo
x&s--Y+ (JU 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (‘0) (1’)

5. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND TOOL HANDLES

a) Coniferous

Nil

b) Broad Leaved (Non-coniferous)

Acacia arabica Willd. babul BAB habul (Hin), kikar (Pun) X Low b Moderate 135

Acacia ca&chir Willd. kkair KHA khair (Hin) x High - High 130

Ano.gei.wus IatiJXa Wall. axlewood (bakli) AXL bakli, dhaura (Hin), X LOW e High 120
chhal (HP), dhao (Pun)
Anogeisssur pcndula Edgew. kardaki KAH dhao, kardahi, kathdhai X Low - High 130
(Hin)
Cetfis auctralis Linn. celtis CEL kharak, kharak chena, tz - Low -
Ltharik (Hin), hrimji
(Kash), kharoh (Pun)
Dalbcrgia sissoo Roxb. sissoo SIS slu.sCs;n (Hin), tahli k 785 Moderate e Moderate 105
(62;f;O) (394958)
Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb. ebony EBO abnoos (Hin) Y Low Moderate 90
(4&)
Fraxinus sp. SSh ASH hum (Kash), sum (Pun) tz (s55%05) Low - Moderate 110
(575-770) (3;;8!
Crewia sp. dkaman DH4 phalsa (Pun) Y 770 Moderate d Moderate 125
(6’$;80) (384755)
Logerstremia paru;Jrora Roxb. lendi LEN asidh, dhauri, sida (Hin) Z Low e High 100
(7;5-J-~500’
O&a sp. olive OLI Z (448s50! - - Moderate -
k;g,,;Jy~;&, k;
7 > , c-1 (-)
(Pun) -
Ougeinia oo;eeinensis (Roxb.) sandan SAD panan, sandan, tinnas, Y 850 High Moderate 95
Hochreut ;ios;) (Hin), sannan (800-915) (5&
(3yn. Ougeinia dalbergioides
Benth.)
Parrotiopsis jacguemontiana parrotia PAR kilar, pasir, po, pohu Z 865 - - Moderate 115
(Deem) Rehd. (Pun) c-1 ?)
(Syn. Parrotia jacquemontiann _
Deem)
Robinia pseudoacacic Linn. black locust BLO - Z 850 53 - - Moderate -
I \
\--I C-4
TABLE I CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDKNG TO THEIR USES, NORTH ZON&--Co&f

BOTANICALNAME STANDARD ABBRE- I>OCAL NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHTAND DURABILITY TREAT- REFRAO- COYPARATNE
TRADE NAME ViATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTY (see 4.3) iBILITY TORiNESS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMors- (se 4.4) AIR CdEFFIClkNT
TURE CONTEhT SEASONING 'XTHE BASIS
(see4.2) (see4.5) OF TEAK AS
* 100
kg/ma lb/f+ (see 4.61

(1) (2) (31 (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (‘0) (11)
6. TURNERY ARTICLES

a) conifcroum
Nil

b) Broad Leaved (Non-c&ifer&a)

.4cncia arabica Willd. babul BAB babul (Hin), kikar (Pun) X 785 Low b Moderate -
(7yp)
drer sp. mnple hlAP kanjula (Garhwa:), kainju ty Low - Moderate -
(Jaunsar), kilu, kulu (415-815)
(Kumaon), kenzal, man-
dar (Pun)
ddina cordiflia Hook. f. haldu H.4L haldu (Hi”) X 675 Low a Moderate -
(59Z&35)
t; indica Colebr.
.-lescnlus horse-chcst- HCH bankhor (Hinj, han tx -_ Moderate -
nut (Kash), pangar (Kum- (-)
aon), gun, khanor (Pun)
rlrtocaqm heteropipllus Lamk. kathal KAT kathal (I&n) Z 595 High Moderate -
(Syn. Artocarpus integriflius (415-735) (2s3-746)
Auct.)
Bctctla ;p. birch BIR bhojpatra, bhuj (Hin), ty 625 - - Moderate -
sheori (HP), burza (Kash) 2)
CrdreLi tooha Roxb. toon TOO tun (Hin) x !Y.. Low c Moderate -
(2:-?38)
Dalbergio sissoo Raxb. sissoo SIS sl$a;l (Hin), tahli X (38%?o) Moderate e Moderate -
” (3$8)
Diospyros melanoxyion Roxb. ebony EBO abnoos (Hi”) Y (6285G30) Low Moderate .-
(655i,’ 05) (4%9)
Ficus sp. figs FIG gular, pakar (Pun) Z - Low -
?i)
Frnxinus SD. ash ASH hum (Kash), sum (Pun) tz ‘J>d Low Moderate -
(57;$70) (3fi4748)
Gardenia lat;flia Aiton gardenia G;ZR papra (Hi”! Z - _- Moderate -
‘?O$y (44li2)
Gtneiinn arborka Linn . gamari GAXI gamari, gamhar. khamhar Y High - Modrrate -
(Hin), gumhar, kumhar (415-610) (2f%8;
(Pun)
Holoptelea integrifolia Planch. kanju KAN kanju, papri (Hill\, kum- X 595 Low b Moderate
kar, rajain (Pxn)
:&nenodictyon excetsum Wall kutban KUT baurang (Hi”!. batllura Z (48%55) Low c Low -
(Pun,! (400-545)
CLUSIFICATJON OF TIMBBRS USES, NORTH ZONE -- Confd
E
TABLE 1 ACCORDING TO THZIR ..
NAME
BOTANICAL STANDARD
TRADE NAME
.iBBRE-
VIATED
I.OCAL NAueS Avxmce WEIGHT
AND
RANGEOF wlxw73
AT 12 Pa~cem MOIS-
Dvrusr~m
(Je-2
4.3)
TREAT-
ABILrw
REFRAC-
TORINESSTO
CONP.UWITVE
STRENGTR 1
(see4.4)
I
SYMBOL AIR col3FIwImT Y
TURECoNlENT SEASONING ON~BAQS
w 44 (see43j OFTkAICA.9 fi

c- Ib/ft’ (sc26)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (111
Juglans sp. walnut WAL akhor. akhrot, khor (Hiu‘r tx 575 36 Low - Moderate

L.4m.mcoromand&ca Merr. JW JHI jhingan, moyen (Hin ), z


(U5T) Lxv e Moderate
(Syn. Lunnw grandis Eng.; kembal (Pm) (495-675) (31-44)
O&a wodierRoxb.)
Melia azedarach Lii. Persian Ii& PLI bakain, darekh (Hin) 2 595 Low - Moderate
W6Z50) (2::3)
M&p paruifolia(Roxb.) k% KAI kalam, phaldu (Hin) Y LOW b -Moderate
(595-720) (37465)
6%. * stcpircytu pn+xa
Korth.)
olco sp. olive OLI 2 - - Moderate -

Pairotia@is jacquemontiiano pwrotia PAR z - - Moderate


(Decne) Rehd.
(Syn. I%?To:&z&wmmwno

P(&?A ace$olit,nWilld. hathi@a HAT kanak-champa, mayeng 2 LOW C Moderate


(Hin), later (HP)
DUD - Low
Wrightia tonuntosa Roem. et dudhi dudhi, indrajau (Hin) Z -

sch.

7. VENEERS AND PLYWOOD

a) Cvaifemo8

Nil

b) Broad Leaved (Nmwmniferous)

Ad&a uxd@fia Hook. f. haldo HAL haldu (Hin) x 675 LOW a bioderatc
(3%)
Albizzia Iebbeck Benth. kokko KOK siris (Hin), sarin, shrill Y (5gZ35) High c Moderate
(Pun) ‘4870;‘555’ (327)
Albizziu odoratissinra Benth. kala-siris KS1 kala siris (Hin), kurmuru Y High e Moderate
(Pun) (3723)
Albizzia proura Ben&. safed-siris SSI safed sirh (Hin) Y (5g5&o 1O) Moderate c Moderate
(3z2)
A1nu.snitida Endl. alder -ZLD piak (HP), kuois (Hill & Y ‘4gz?5’ - - Low
Sirmur) (30;;5”) (1!%3)
$A&oniaschblmis K BI chatian C:HT chiti);an, satni, satwin Z LOW
-- Low
(Hin) (350465) (221629)
TABLE I (XASlFICATION OF TIM&R!3 ACCORDING TO THEIR USBS, NORTH ZONE - Cod
BOTANIGALNAMB STANDARD ABBRE- AVNL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DumBILITY TREAT- RRPkAC- COMPARATIVE
‘JADE NAME VIATED RANG!? OF WEIGHTS (= 4.3) ABILITY TORINESS
TO !+I~~ZNGTE~
!+hBOL gz .iT 12 h3RGENT Mow (su 44) Am coEfFxclEm
Tu& CONTENT SEASONING ONTHE%SIIl
(see 4.2) (* 4.5) OF TEAK M

lb/fl’ I
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)
Artoca@ts hetcrophyllw Lamk. katld KAT kathal (Hin) 2 595 High ._. Modl?Elte
(sA;:t Prtocarpw i&g@lius (415-735) (2fz6)

ccdrcla t0mJa Roxb. toon TOO tun (Hin) X 515 Low c Moderate -
(385-610) (2&3)
Dalbergh stkm Roxb. SIS shk&aa (Hin), tahli X 785 49 Moderate e Moderate -
(625-930’) (39-58)
Gamga pin&a Roxb. GAU ghoghcr, kaikar, khara- 2 610 LOW c Moderate -
pat (e) (465-690) (293-843)
Grevillcn robtutu A. Cunn . SOA - 2 - -._ Moderate -
F? (Y
Ho/opt&a infegrifoliu Planch I KAN kanju, ’ U-W, X 595 LOW b h4oderate
3 kumha~,?& (Pun) (480-655) (3&
sirglmzr ‘2. WAL akhor, akhrot, khor (Hin) X 575 LOiv - Moderate -
(415-800) (2t%Oj
Kydia ca(wina Royh. PUL pda, pula (Kin) 2 385 - - L3w -
c ?I
(-_)
Lunnea canmwdelica Mem. JHI jhingan, moyen &in), 2 575 fmw e Moderate -
(Syn. Lmwa grandis Eng. ; kembal (Pun) (495-675) (3::2)
Odin0 wodier Roxb.)
$Mangifcra indica Lizm. MAN am (Hin), amb (Pun) X 690 Low a Low -
(6 10-800) (3:s)
Populus sp. POP chahm (HP), bahan, Z 450 - -~ LOW -
phalash (Pun), chalan (385-610) (2t8B)
(Sirmur)
Pterosptmum aerfoliuh Willd. HAT kanak-champa, mayeng Z 595 LOW c Moderate
(Hin), later (HP) (400-720) (25z5)
~SaltrGa malabarisa SchTtt & SEti semal (Hin), simal (Pun) X 385 LOW a Low -
Endl. (255-530) (162-433)
(Syn. Bonibu malabaricmn DC.)
Syzygium cumini Skeels Jw JAM jamun (Hin) X 785 Moderate tt High
(Syn. Eugmia jam!&na (705-615) (4zl)
Lamk.)
Tcrminalia tomentosa bight laurel LAU asna, s&n (Hin), aisan X 850 Moderate b High
et Am. (fin) (610-960) (385;)
,,, w
h

<:LAShWZATION OF TIMBEBS ACCORDINk USE& WT ZONE


w
I-ABLE II! TO THJZIR ..
(Claw 4,
k!
I
No1r- - The . following sigm al:aillrt the class of availability indicate that the particular species is mostly common only ir, the gi\.rrl arra: c
* .%ssam @Andamans +0&a 8
An obel:sk (t) against the class of availability of a species indiczte: that the limber grows in hiliy areas, and on account cf the diffl-
cult) aud high cost of e.%a&on, iL is not fully exploited at p&sent.
I&rk it) against a species indicatrs matchwood.

BOTANICAL NAMC STANBARD AIlBRE- iyAIL- .%VERACE ~RICHT AND DtriListLITY TREAT- REFRAC- chfPARA7lVE
TRADE NA..E VIATED ABnxrY I~ANGE W~rorns
OF (see 4.3) AFJluTY TORMESS
TO &RENGTH
SYMBOL (see4.1 I AT 12 PERCENT Mom- (see 4.4i AIR COEFFXXUW
T”RE CONTENT SEM~NINI~ ON THE BASM
(.w 4.2) ( IPL 4.5) OP TEAK w
L 100
kg/m” (ICC4.6)

i’) (2i ‘3) (4) !5 \ 63 (9) (10) (11)


1. CONSTRUCTIONAL PtiRPOSES

a) Cossifenw~

Abies &ma Gif?. gobrc aalla (Ncp, X - -- -.. Low


Pinus inru!wk End:. d$rr, dingsa (Asm), Z 515 I .ow \Ioderate
(Syn. Finuc krUrrylr Roylc\ (Ben), uchal (-)
(Manip)

b) Broad Leaved (Noa-cmiferous)

.Icnci : arabica Willd. b&d babla (Ben) Y 785 LO\\ 1, \Iodcrate 105
720-850
Acacia catcch Willd. kbair khoira (-tini), l&air X 1010 High High 120
(Hin) t khaira (Oriya) !t380-117011
Jcacia &o@lro Willd biwu hiwar, nimoar (Hin), 7. 785 High 75
gohira, gwaria, johira ~690-8801
(Oriya)
.4cracarp1~s fiaxin;foli~ Wigh t \LUN mandane (Nep) I ,o\\’ c Moderate loo

Aglaia sp. .\GL latekh, momailatektt _~._ High 105


(Asm)
d&.&a kbbeck Bath. KOK hirih (Arm), sirish (Ben), High c Sloderatt 90
siris (Hin & Oriya)
Aibhia cwlmtisrrina Benth. KS1 hihand, joti-koroi (Asmj, High t. SIodrratr 110
koroi (Ben), kiachalom
(Kolj
Albiaia @oara Benth. S&Xl-SiS-iS SSI sit (And), koroi (Asm Llr \ 640 %deratr c 5 Loderatr Hi
Ben), tenthra (Kol), (495-835)
dhala sirish (Oriyaj
.Ufingia sxcclsa Noronha $eili .J lx jutili (Asm) @% 800 \*oderatt ,’ High I0.i
Gi5-960)
TABLE II CLASSPFXCATION OF TIMBJZRS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, JWST ZONE-G&d

BOTANXAL NAME STANDARD hEaRE- LoCAL NAMES AVAXL- AVEIMCEWEICHT AND L~JR.QXI~ TRYAT- REPRAG-
TRADE Nhm~ VL4TED ~NCEOP WEICXT~ (tie 4.3: .4mmY TORxNEssm
SYMBOL $zT) AT i2 hlCm~ Mow (Ju4.4} tiIR COEPFICXENr
TvRE CO-NT .%ASOrJINC ON THE BAJID
(see4.2: (see4.5) OF TEAK M
__&_-_ 108
’ kg/m’ IbjF’ (see 4.6)
(‘1 (2) (3) (4) (51 (6) !7) !8, (9) (10) (II)
Aw&ssuc acuminaka Wall. YQU YON gatahesscl (Kolj, phansi +f 850 53 .Modrratt c High 105
(4;;8)
Ansgeissus latiflia Wall. aslewood(baWi)AXL bi%iya)dhaura s ‘7595z30’ LO\\ e High 95
he&l (Kol), I?$; 1,785-l 105) (49-69)
(Nep), dhaw (Oriya) s
Arfocar~us chaplasha Roxb. cbaplaab CHP taungpeine (And), cham, 515 Modrratr d Moderate 80
sam (Asm), chapalish (320-675) (2oz2)
(Ben), latore (Nep)
Artocarfiur hcterophyllur Lamk. kathal KAT kanthal (Hin), rukkathar Y 595 High Moderate 75
(Syn. Artocarpus integrifolius (Nep), panas (Oriya) (415-735) (2s3-746)
Amt.)
Arlicennia 0Jicinalis Linn. b&en BAE bani, dudhi-baen (Ben) Y 7d5 - High
(;
BischoJin jaoanica Blume uriam URI ye padauk (And), kainjal Y !G) Low c High 75
(Ben & Nrp) ‘59;$65) (373;54)
Bride&a wtura Spreng. kasi KAS kuhir (hgm), kaka (Kol), x Moderatc~ e Xfoderatc, 75
gayo (Nep), kosi (Oriya) (32--2)
CarTa arborea Roxb. kumbi KU&i kumbhi (Asm & Ben), x (5’~fz75) High - High 80
kambi (Hin) (56&;15) (3;:‘)
C&a fistufa Linn. nmaltas AMT sanaru (As&), bandar- x Modrratc - Hiqh 110
lathi (Ben), amaltas (735-I 02.5) (46-64)
(Hin), hari (Kol),sonalu
(Nep) , sonari (Oriya)
Castanopsis sp. chestnut CHE hingori (hsm) Y 640 \&I~ ratr b 1fotI<.ratr 80
(3:!8)
Casuarinn equiselifolia Linn. casuarina CXS jhau (Ben), jhaull Y (54~;7070) LO\\ c High 90
(Oriya) (‘8:;9;3*) (4$8)
Cedrela ioona Roxb. toon TOO jatiDoma (Asm), tun Y LO\\ c Moderaw 60
(Hin), katangai (Kolj, (385:610) (24-38)
tuni (Nep), mahalimbo
(Oriya)
Chukrasia tabularis hdr. Juss. chickransy CHI yin-mabin (And), boga- z 675 LO\V c Moderate 80
poma (Asm)
Cinnamomum Sp. cinnamon ClS gondsoroi (Asm), gun- 2 ’48so~~*5, LOl\ - Modera tc 90
droi, tejpat (Ben), mala- (545-770)
giri (Neti)
karada RA;\ garar, garari (Jlin). x 850 LModeratr - High
~$a;) (Kol) , karada (-) (2)

ping PIG p&g (firm; +z 915 57 LOW b High I15


Q33;G;6*) (52-60)
rosewood ROS satisal (Ben), kiri (Kol, , % 52 High - ~lotlerarc 90
!bLckwoodJ sisnu (Oriya) (640-945) (10-59)
TAB1,E II CL~S~IF1ChTAO.Y OF TI%fMLIERSACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE--Confd

ARRRB- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- TREAT- chnll~ARnr WE


WATEO ABII.ITY ALHLIN SrReNcTrr
SYMBOL (see 4.1) (see 4.4) COEFFICIENT
ONTHE BASIS
OF TEAK As
100
’ k/m’ lb/f? ’ (SEC
4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) w (9) IlO) (11)
Dalbe+z sicsoo Roxb. sissod SIS shisham (Hin) Y 770 Moderate e Moderatr a5
(690-850) (*$3)
Diile& sp. diIIenia DIL zinbyun (Aid), 0trn;a X 625 Low _.- Moderate 80
(Asm), chalta, tartari (560-705) (35-44)
(Ben), wmchphal (Nep),
rai (Or+)
DioJpyros mclancxylon Roxb. ebony EBO kend (Bw), ahqws, z 833 52 Low - Moderate 75
kendu (Hln), tiril (Kol! (!%j- f 10.5) (41-69,
hollong HON hollong (.\rm) *x 735 46 Low a Moderate 110
(64+88Ot t+O-55j
gurjan CUR garjan (Aqm) X 78.5 LOW b Moderate 105
(7qr;;$60) (4$0)
Cmefina arbona Linn. gamari CAM ycmane (And), gomari Y High -. Moderate 55
(Am), ,qlmhar (Ben), (41C610) ~26-38)
!tasmar (Knl j, khamari
(Nep), gdmbhari (Oriya)
dhaman DHA gonyrr (Ko!) Y 770 Moderate d Moderate 11.1
(610-880) (3z55)
pyimma PYI Fyinna (And) @X 6iO Moderate Moderate 80
~480-705) (3:-844)
lendi LEN mechi (Asm). sidha (Ben x 75; 47 Low High 95
& Oriya), para sekre (709-800) (44-50)
(Kol), bu&hamero
(Nep)
JAR a.jhar (Asm), gara sekre Y 625 Moderate Moderate 30
(Kol). panipatuli (495-785)
(Oriya)
.JHI nabe (And), ruhimala X 575 LO% Moderate 50
(Asm), kuhimala (I.ower (495-675)
Asm), jial, jiga (Ben),
tloka (Kol), jeol (Nep),
moi (Oriya)
mahna M.4U mohwa (Hin), madkam X 915 High High 75
(Kol), mahula (Oriyz) (755-l 040) (4G5)

mesoa MES gT,ntz)e (And), nahor X High High 150


nageswar, nag- (9009pIJo75) (5E7)
kqar ’ (Ben), negewar
(Oriya)
TABLG II CLQE3IFiCATIO.V OF TIMMERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, BAST ZONE--Contd

BO.TANIC.%LNAME ABDRE- LOCAL NAMES ..\VQIL- TRFAT- REPRAC- cOHPARATIVH


“IATED AeILTTY ;\BIIx.‘Y TOK‘NESS TO STRENGTH
GYMEtOL (SC64.1) :rer 4.4) *\w &EFFICIENT
SEASONING ONTHEBASls
[see4.5) OP'~EAXAS
100
Ib/fP (see4.6)

(Ii (2) (3) (4) (.ji (7) (8. (9) (1Oi (11)

,Vf;lilruqyna parutlia (Roxb.) kaim KAI kalam, guri (Hin), Y LOW h Moderate 75
Korth. hamsabeti (Kol), mitu- (3Z5j
(Syn. Stephegyw +wciiooliu kunia (Oriya)
Korth .)
Ouqeinia oojeinencir (Roxb.) SiUldall SAD bandhan, pandhan (Hin), 856) High - Moderate 80
Hochreut ruta (Kol) (800-915) (5:-:7)
(Syn. Ougeinia dalbergioidcs
Benth.)
Protium scrratum (Wall. ex murteags MUR gutgotya (Ben), kaka, 7a5 Moderate e Moderate
‘C&lx.) Engl. kandeor (Kol), nimbu- (-) (2)
(Syn. Burwa smatu Colebr.) ramoi (Or&a)

fterocarpudalbergioides Roxb. padank FAA padauk (And) 720 45 High c Moderate 105
(51;i4$OIIj (325b56)
Pterocarpu; nursupium Roxb. bijasal BIJ piasal (Ben & Oriya), High e Moderate loo
hid (Ko:j (7280;;80) (4;25)
@&?r~u.rsp. Indian o&s 10.4 bT$Cq) (Ben), phalant Moderate -_ High 119

Schima wallichii Choisr ChihUlli CHL gogr& makrisal (Asm) (6g:~~60) (“ZO) Low d Moderate 85
‘57~$Oc’ (36js50)
Shorea assamka Dyer makai MAK makai (Asm) Lbw C Moderate 75
(30;543)
Shorea robwta Gaxtn. f. Sal SAL s&& (Hjn), sarjay (48&:go) High e High 120
o > ra1gala, sarg1 (675-l OSOj (42-66)
(Oriya)
Soymida febrifuga A. Juss. rohini ROH 1 155 High --- High 130
r;;;; \B&,i roha,”
(915-126.5, (577-279,
rohini, sohan, (%$
(Oriya)
Stereospermum sp. padri paroli (Asm), husi (Kol), 720 4.5 I‘(,;\ -
PAD
parari (NCP), patuli (560-975) (35-61)
(Oriya)
Syzy.gium sp. jaman JX.\l jamuk (Asm), jam (Ben), Sl5 51 Modcrate c High 93
(Syn. Eugenic2 sp.) kuda (Kol), jamu !705-9303 (4458j
(Oriya)
‘Tamarindus indica Linn. imli IhlL jojo (Kol), tenthuli Moderate
(Oriya)
Teclonn grandis Linn. f. teak l-E:\ sagoon (Asm), shegun Hi+ ‘1 Moderate
(Ben), sagwan (Hin:,
saguan (Oriya)
arjun .WJ kc;;;iya) (Kol) , arjuna 815 h
!540-9!%j
TABLE If CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE - Conki ;;
..
BoTANlCai. Nnr~ STANDARD ABBRE- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- I~VLRAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- XEFRAC- COMPARATIVE
TRADE MAw VIATED ABILITY KAVW OP we1crirs (see 4.3? ABILITY 'TORINESS Td STRENGTH 0
SYMBOL (set 4.1) AT I:! PERCENT .\hs- (xc 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT '
'T"REC?NTEXT SE.UOHING ONTHP. BASIS clr
(MC 4.2) (we 4.5) OP Tzluc w
--. 100
kg/ms Ib(fts (w 4.C)

(2: (3) (4) (6) (71 !a !9) (1f.x (11)

lkninalia bialata Steudel white chug- WCH safed chuglam (And) 705 44 LO\\ c Moderate 95
lam (silver (SGR) (495-815) (31-41)
giey-wcbod)

Terminalin manii King black chug- BCH kaia chuglam (And) 8dO 50 Low a Moderate IOir
lam (383;8)
%minnlia myriocarfu Heurck hollock HOI. pani=j (Nep) (“%‘d”) Low a IliOder&tte 70
et Muell. .4rg. (45.;;05) (2;$+)
Tcrminalia pmc674 Roxb. white bom- WBO badam (And) Low b Moderate 80
bwe (2~27)
Terminalia tomentosuWight Ct laurel LAU asan, asna, sain {Hin), (43&65) Moderatr b High 100
Arn. hatana (Kol), pucca saj (610-995) (38-62)
(Ncp), sahaja (Oriyaj
Xylia xylocarpa Taub. kul IRU ktiqra, tangan (Oriya) 850 High e High 105
(755-l 010)

2. FURNITURE AND CABINET MAKING

a) conifer0su

A&s-&mu G&T. fir FIR gobre salla iNep) LOW


-
Pimu insularis Endl. khasi pine KPI 4&w, dmgsa (Asm), z 515 Low -
(Syn. Pinw khuya Royle) (Ben), uchal
(Manip)
I?‘$f;:leF (D. Don) hem lock HEM tengre salla (Nep) Y 400
,5
,.%35-575)
(Sk. Tsugu brwwnianaCarr.)
b) Brdod Leaved (Non-con3feroasj

Acer sp. maple MAP y;asi, (Ben), kapashi tZ 575 36 Low - Moderate 75
e (415-815)
Anocarpusfiaxinifliur Wight mundani MUN &an&e (Ncp) 2 .690’ (266j31) Low C Moderate 100
~465-800) (29-50)
Adina cordiflia Hook. f. baldu H.*i taA-&sopa (Asm), rangkat X 43 I_ou a Moderate 95
(Ben), karam (Hin): (30-49;
kumbha (Kolj, kuruma
(0+4
Albirria hbbeck Benlh. kokko KOK hirih (Asm), sir&h (Ben), X 640 Iligh C Moderate 95
siris (Hin & Oriya) (480-755)
Atbitria odorntissimaBcnh. kala-siris KSI hihand, Ja:i-koroi (Asm), Y 735 High e Moderate 140
koroi (Ben), kiachalom (595-l 010)
(Kol)
TABLE II CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO m USES, EAST ZONE-Gnrd

~oT,\NICAL NAMF STANDARD hBRE- AvA:L- AVERAGE WEWiT AND DURABILITY TREAT-
TRADE NAME VlATEIi ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (see 43) ABlLlTY
SYMBOI. im 41) 4T 12 PERCENT h<OIS- (xc 4.4:
TL’RE CONTENT
(see 4.2)
*
f I
kg/m” Lb/f?

(1) 12) 13i (4) (5) (7) (8) 8) (10)

.4lbirzia procsra Benth safed-siris SSl sit (And), koroi (Asm & Y 640 _Moderate c Vodcratc
Ben), tenthra (Kol), (495-835) (3f-652)
dhala sirisli (Oriya)
A.pora wailichii Iiing amari AlMA lalchmi (And), amur Y 625 Modcrair _Moderate
(Asm), lali (Ben & Nep) (32946)
A{~ixis po&achya (Wall.) pitraj PIT boga amari (Asm), Y (4g&;35) High Moderate
lochuni, loshune (Ben) (575-770) (3&,
(Syn. Amaora rohituka Wight
et Am.)
_4rtocar#u.s
chaf&ha Roxb. chaplash CHP taungpeine (And), cham, X 515 Moderate d Moderate 90
Sam (Asm), chapalish (320-675) (2(%2)
(Ben), latore (Nep)
.4rtocm~u~ktcro~hj4+ +k. kathal I(AT kanthal (Ben), rukkathar Y 595 High - Moderate 9n
(iy;, ) Artocmpus m&gnJliu~ (Nep), nanas (Oriya) (415-735) (2&

Artoca& la&ocha Roxb. l8kooeh LAK lakooch (And), dahua Z 640 High -.. Moderate
(Ben\. dao (Kolj
Be&a sp. birch BIR +z &! _- - Moderate

&id&a retuJaSpreng k8ei KAS k;hi; IAsm), kaka (Kol), X G Moderate e Moderate 85
gave (Nep) kosi (Oriya)
Buckkuuiia populuea R .Br. pipli PIP pipli (Ben) +z (51:i;75) - -_ Low 90

C-‘urn Gkkimexse Kiag dlmp DHU gokuldhup (Ben), gogul- Y (51&:75) - - Low
(Roxb.) dup (Nep)
C&u?&@i.s sp. chestoot CHE hingori (Asm) Z &I Mod&ate b Moderate 75

Cedrela b&a Roxb. tooss TOO jatipoma (Asm), tun Y (5455;7570) Low c kloderate 6j
(Hin), katangai (Kol), (385-610)
tuni (Nep), mahalimbr
Oriya)
chloroxylon swie&nia DC:. utblwood SAT 6
b(;ula) (Hin), bheru Z 960 Low - High 130
(52qoS9)
Ckukrasia tabularis Adr. Juss. chiclsrassy CHI yin-mabin (.4nd), boga- Z (835tG:05) Low c Moderate 90
(4?$5) (304251,
Cinnamomum sp. CiSUWllOZl GIN gE?s~Jo?m()&m)f~ gun- Z4 LoH -~- Moderate 81)
droi. tejpat (Ben), mala- (545-770) (3&
giri (NED)
Dalbergia fu#;folia Roxb rosewood ROS satisal (Ben), kiri (Kol), Z 835 High -- Moderate 115
(blackwood) sissu (Oriya) (4i?59,
Dabgia sissw Roxb. sissoo SIS shisham (Hin) Y @%9045) Moderate r Moderate 10.5
(690-850) (4sq83)
TABLE II CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE - Conti

BOTANICALNAMP STANDARD AVAIL- .~VEKAGEWEIGHTAND TREAT- REBRAC- ~OMI~AI~ATI,.‘B


'Txme NAME, ABILITY R.mcr OF WZICIITS ABILITY TORINESS TO STRENGTH
(see4.1) r\T I:!PERCEPT h%OlS. (see4.4) AIR COEFPICIENT
TURE GONTE.~T SEASONING ON THE BASIS
(xx 4.2) (m 4.5) OPTEAKAS
c 100
’ kg/m’ lb/fts ’ isee4.6)
(1) 12) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (10) (il)
Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb. dXUky kend (Ben), abntios, 2 835 Low hlodzrate 95
kendu (Hin), tiril (Kol) (655;;,lo5) (4 %9;
Lly s 0 XJ 1 u m binectar+rwn devdam bandardima (Asm) , losu- Y -_ Moderaie
(Roxh.) HK.f. ex BMdL. ni (Ben) ;)
Fagam budmnga Roxb. $72 -
m- bajarnali (Asm), badrang. Y Moderate
(Syn. @nthoxylwn budrunga timur (Ben), morai (690-815) (43-5 11
DC.) (Or+)
htlina mborea Linn. gamari GAM yrmanr (And), gomari Y 515 High Moderate 7.5
(Asm), gumhar (Ben)? (4 15-6 IO)
kasmar (Kol), khamarl
(Nep), gambhari (Oriya)
Grcwia sp. DHA gonyer (Kol) Y 770 Moderate Moderate 100
’ 6 1O-880) (3:-:5)
H3lopUlea integr$olia Planch. KAN anjan (Ben), chilbil, Y 595 Low h1oderate SC
dhauralljo (Oriya) (480-655) (3lzl)
WAL akhor, akrot, khor (Hin) Z 575 LOW Moderate 75
(415.800’) (&?O)
PYI pyinma (And) @X 610 Moderate Mor!erate 80
(303-844)
Lagnstramia speciosa Ph. JAR ajhar (Asm), gara sckre Y ‘48&:05) htoderatc Moderate 9C
(Syn. Lagerstremia Jlosrcgti (Kol), panipatuli (Oriya) (495-785) (3z9)
Retz.)
$Mangifcra indim I.inn. -0 hlAN am (Asm Br Hin), uli X 690 43 Low Low 90
(Kol), amha (Oriya) (6!0-803)
Michetia baillonii Finet et t&4- TAL tita-sopa (Asm), tilsundi Z 575 (3::o) -. Moderatb
Gagnep (Ben) (-) (-1
(Syn. l-aIauma phclloc4upa
King)
Michelia champam Linn. *-P CHM tita-sopa (Asm), cham- Z 495 Low Moderate 70
paca, champak (Ben), (‘W-595) $7)
champa (Hin & Oriya)
Mi~hclia SD. champ CHM sopa ( Asm) , champa X 495 31 Low Modcrate 70
(Ben & Oriya) (370-675) f,23-42)
Mitragym parvifolia (Roxb.) kaim KAI guri, kalam (Hin), ham- Y 65 ‘, Low Moderate R5
Korth. sabrti (Koi), mirukunia !595-520) (374:s)
(Syn. Supluglnc paruifdia (Oriya)
Korth.)
Mom l&gala Wali. bola BOI, bhola (Asnlr. kimlru Z 635 - : h:oti*rate 85
(Ben & Ncp’ (!I)
Phcrbc sp. bonsum BOrj angari (Nrp) Z &A Low Moderate 75
(370-655) (2il)
Polyalthia sp dc!xlaru DEB k&aria (Oriya) Z 640 Low Moderate 90
(450-850) (29-53)
TABLE II CLASSIiICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE--Contd

BOTANICALNNAVE STAhVARD Ava,s.- AVERAGE WEIGHT Am DI.RABILITY TREAT- REJRAC- COMPARATIVE


TRADE NAYL ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (k, 4.3) ABILITY TORINESS STRENGTH
TO
[.ter 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMow (.cee4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SEASONING ON THE BASIS
(sre 4.2) (VP 4.5) OF TEAK AS
r , , 100
kgW [set 4.6)
(3: (3 / (7: 0% (8: (9)
Prdi4m ser~atum (Wall. ex mlutenga RLUR gut!qt?_n (B(~IIj. kaka. X 785 hfoderate c
Colebr.) Engl. kandrw fKol), nimbura- (--)
(Syn. Burscru smafa Colebr.) moi (Oriya)
PA.4 padauk (AmI; @X
P&rocarpus dolbergiuidcs Roxb. padauk 720 High c Irloderatc 100
(5 15-900)
Pterocarps marsupium Roxb. bwd B*J piasal (Ben & Oriya;. X 800 High e hloderate 100
hid (Kol)
Qwrcw sp. Iadi8noob IOA buk (Bcnj. phalant (R’rp) X (72:fz80’ hloaerate _- High I10

Sonnnafia apcti Ham. keora KEO keowra (Ben) 1 (6g&z60’ _- - Moderate 80


(4gJ;o)
Soymidafcbnifga A. Jus Tokid ROH rohina (Ben). rohan z High -- High -
Win), roh& (Kol), (915-1 265)
rohini, sohan, silan
(Oriya)
Swietcnia sp. MAO *+z 675 - - Moderate -

Tectona gandi.5 Linn.f. TEA sagoon (Awn), shqm Y &!I High e Moderate 100
(Ben), sagwan (Hin), (5 15-785)
saguan (Oriya)
Twminalia bidata Steudel wldte chug- WCH safcd chuglam (And) 6X 705 L,ow e Moderate 85
(SGR) (495-815)

HOI, panisaj (Nep) X 610 LO&V a Moderate 85


jrdnninalia qrioca@ Heurck hoe
et Muell. Arg. (45;;;05)
WBO badam (And) @X Low b Moderate 85
T&minaliaproccra Roxb. white bom-
bwt
LAU asan, asna, sain (Hin), x (4%i55) Moderate b High 110
Tcnninaiia fomelma Wight et hut1
hatana (Kol), puccasaj (610-995)
Am. (Nep), sahaja (Oriya)

3. LIGIIT PACKING CASES

a) Coniferous

FIR gobre salla (Nep) - - Low


Abies densa Griff. fir
CryptomeGa jafmntiu D. Don suji (dkpi) SUJ dhupi (Ben) 5 270 17 - e Low
vy
Pimu irrnrlarisEndl. kJ2asipJpc ;, KPI diengsr,
sad
dingsa
(Ben),
(Asmj,
uchal
z (2 YiZ70’ Low - Low
(Syn. Pinus Ha.ya Royk) (--) (--)
(hfanip)
**From plantations and mad side avenues only.
TABLE ll -aTION OF TIMBERS ACCOFUMNG TO THEIR USES, BAST ZONB-Chtd

BOTANICALNAME STAND- ABBRB- LOCAL Nawzs AVNL- AVBRAGE WEIGHT AND REFRAC- coMF‘4Rm7vB
TR.UX NAYB ABILITV RANGE OF WBIGHTX TO- TO STRENGTE
S”n;a”d”L (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMow AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CoNTmw SEASONING ON THE BASIII
(set 4.2) (see 4.5) OFTEAKA~
I \ 100
kIma Ib/ft’ - (.w 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (‘5) (7) (8) (91 (10) (11)
T*a abmosa (D. Don) bullock GEM Y - LOW 75
Eichler (33&] (2&)
@)a. Tsuga bmno&an CM.)
b) BradLemwd (IV-)
Aikmthus sp. COK borpat (A&,~ghoranim, Z 415 LOW Low 70
mabamm (Hm), mahalo (335-480) (2 %)
(oriyrr)
AhLr8cpalmricDon Am d (Nep) +z 370 - LOW 70
(304%50)
$ALrkmiaschabis R. Br. e CHT satiana (hm) , hrnsmuns Z - LOW 70
(Kol)! chhatian (Ncp (350465)
2kygol), kadamba X L.oW 8 LOW 85
(2&
SAA sgg.&tl, X Low e Low 85
(3%)
‘WnH dhup (And) 63.x LOW - LO’W 75
(1G3)
DHU gokul dhup (Be@, gogul Y - LOW
dhup (Nep) &
LAP rngyz (And), Irho- X LOW C Low 80
(2%)
BAK hakota (And) -
@Y LGW LOW

X ‘Y) - - Moderate
RAM kbanaLpa (Ben)

CEO Y G) - - Low -
tmp= (&n), guan
FIG
bt”“y_ Z ‘G? - Low
(A.4
dihri, jari(Oriya)
CAM yemane (And), gomari Y &) High - -85
(-1, gumha (Ben), (26-38)
kasmar (Kol), khamari
(~cP), gambhari (O”Y?)
KAN Y 595 LOW b Moderate 95
~~~w~~&y;hdb”~
(3%)
KUT bharkunqli (Asm), bau- Z (48&!55) LOW C Low 75
rang (Bihar), bhurkal (400-545) (2%)
(Hin), latikaram INep),
kansa (Oriya)
X)&a +inn Roxb. PUL pichola (Asm), bitagoinr X 38.5 - Low
(Kol), kubinde (Nep), (-)
banakapasia (Oriya)
TABLE II CLASSIFICATION OF lbMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE-Chkf

BOTMKAL NAME STANDARD ABEJRE- LOSAL NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WZKJHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REPRAC- COMPARATxvE
TRADE NAME VIATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (SEC4.3) ABUITY TORINESS TO STF~ENCTH
SYMBOL (ssr 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT Mors- (se84.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SEASONINO ON THE Bowls
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEXKW
L 100
‘kg/m8 (scr 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Apnea connnund&ca Mtrr. JhhF JHI nabe (And), kuhimala, X 575 Low e Moderate 75
(Syn. LMnca grandis Eng.; ruhimala (Asm), jial, (495-675)
Odina wodkr Roxb.) jiga (Ben), doka (Kol),
jeol (Ncp), moi (Oriya)
Machilu gambki King SSUdSiIUS MAC kawala (Nep) 2 515 Low e Moderate

$ Mangifctcl indica Linn. am (Asm & Hin), uli X (&I LOW a Low 110
(Kol), amba (Oriya) (613y50’-‘)
$ Pfaenymbitun tinctoriumMm. PAP papita (And) @8X LOW
- Low 70
(255-450)
(Syn. srcrculia cam@lt&a
Wall.)
Pteygota alata R. Br. narIko1 NAR letkok (And), pahari Y - - Low 90
(Syn. Stcrculia a& Roxb.) (b), tula (Ben) (45FP)
$Salmalia insi& Schott 81 dldo DID didu (And), simal (Hin) X LOW a LOW -
Endl. (175-545)
Y (Syn. Bombax inrim Wall.)
tpE&5 malabarica Schott DID edel (Kol), aimuli (Or@) X LOW a LOW
(2&o)
(S~.?&nbaxmal&ricumDC.)
Sapium bacca&n Roxb. SEL l&n (And), billa (Asm), Y 495 LOW
ankrataruwa (Ncp)
$Sid.croqvlon &~~tiokatum hnlbaprtti LAM lambapatti (And) @Y G LOW a Low
King et Prain
$$ondirrc pinnafa Kurz anlra AMR ambara (And), amra Z 12 LOW Low
(Syn- Spondipr tnang@a (Ben), bamrao (Hin), (-)
Willd.) amho (Kol), ambada
(Or+)
Stcrculia ureasRoxb. KRA odla (Asm), karari (Hin), Z - - Low
t&y (Kol), girdhii, ??
kodaro (Oriya)
$!Tterculia uillosa Roxb. UDA odal (Asm & Nep), sisi X 255 - LOW
(Kol), kodale (Oriya)
Tetrameks nud;pmO R. Br. MA1 thitpok (An&j, bhelu, X \d a Low
tula (Asm), moina (Ben)
$ Trewia nudz&ra Linn. GUT belkol (Asm), pitali (Ben), Z 1G) - Low
gara-loa (Kbl), pani- (-)
gambhari (Oriya)

4. tiEAVY PACKING CASES


(for packing machinery and similar stora)
Acrocarpusfra&if&u ti’ight mnndnni MUN mandanc (Nep) Z C Moderate 110
(46F%o)
.

TABLE II CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE - Contd


G:
..
BOTANICAL NAWE STAF~DARD ABRRE- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REF~AC- COMPARATIVE
TRADE NAME VIATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTY (see 4.3) ABILITY TORINESSTO STRENGTH 1
SYMBOL ($CC4.1) AT 12 PERCENT Moms- (see 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT L
TuRe CONTENT SEASONING ON THE BASIN
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK AS
L 100
’ kg/ms lb/ft’ ’ (see 4.6)
(1) (‘a (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Adina cordiflia Hook.f. baldn HAL tHraksopa (Asm), rangkat X Low a Moderate 105
(Ben), karam (Hin), (&EI35) (3fE9)
kumbha (Kol), kurmna
(Oriya)
Albitzia chinmris (Osbeck) si& SIR bcnmeza (And), kothia- 2 Low e Moderate -
Merr. koaroi (Am), tarli
(Syn. Albizria stipulata Boivin) (Ben), japud (Kol),
ghoda-lanjia (Oriya)
Amoora wall&i King amari AMA lalchini (And), amur Y 625 Moderate - Moderate 95
(Asm), lali (Ben & Nep) (3 &)
PIT boga amari (49fz;35) High - Moderate 105
Aphanamixis polystachya pitraj (Asm), Y
(Wall.) Parker lochuni, loshune (Ben) (575-770) (3&)
(zyd~ rohituka Wight

A&car& chapkwha Roxb. CJlaplash CHP taungpeine (And), cham X 515 Moderate d Moderate 90
sam, (Asm), chapalish (320-675) (2E2)
2 (Ben), latore (Nep)
Artocarpus h&rophyl$s Le. kathd KAT kanthal (Hin), rukkathar Y 595 High - Moderate 95
(;rnmt)Artocarpw mtcgnfooliur (Nep), panas (Oriya) (415-735) (2&)

Aviceiia oJ%inalis Linn. baen BAE bAni, dudhi baen (Ben) Y 785 - High
?)
Bauhinia sp. kanchan KAC deva-kanchan, kanchan, Y 0 - - Moderate
gya$anchan (Ben)? (-) F)
(N p) (Hin), tank1

BischoJsajavanica Blume URI ye pidauk (And), kainjal Y 755 Low e High 95


(Ben & Nep) (37f754)
Bucklandia populnca R. Br. PIP pipli (Ben] +Z (59~~!65) - - LOW 100
PiPU
(329742)
Carga mborca Roxb. knmbi KUM kumbhi (Asm & Ben), X (5’;i:75) High - High 115
kambi (Win) (5f$Zl5) (3%)
Ccdrela toona Roxb. toon TOO jatipoma (Asm), tun Y Low C Moderate 80
(Hin), katangai (Kol), (385-610) (2%3)
tuni (Nep), mahalimbo
(Oriya)
Dill&n sp. di&nia DIL zinbyun (And), otenga X 625 Low Moderate 90
(Asm), chalta, tartari (560-705) (353%)
(Ben), panchphal (Nep),
rai (Oriya)
Diptcrocarpuj macrcaarpw Ves- BoIIong HON hollong (Asm) lX 735 L&J a Moderate 105
que (64QJ&30) (404655)
Diptzrocarpus sp. grrri=Q GUR garjan (Asm) X LOW b Moderate 105
(705-960) (4zo)
TABLE XX UASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE -- Contcl

BOTANICAL
NAME StANDARn ABBR~- LOCAL NAMES AVUL- AVERAGEWElCHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REFRAC- COMPARATIVE
TRADE NAME ABILITY bNGEOFWtICHTi3 (Jee4.3) ABXLITY TORINESSTO STRENGTH
szz (see 4.X) AT t2 f?XRCENT MOIS- (see 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SEASONING ONTHE BASIS
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK AS
I * \ 100
kg/m’ lhift’ @CC 4.6)

(1) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (‘9) (11)
Dysoxylum biwctarifma DEV bandardima (Asm) , losuni Y 720 - - Moderate -
(Roxb.) HK. f. ex Bedd. (Ben) ?)
Gamga pinnafa Roxb. GAU kharpat (Ben), armu Y &-It Low e Moderate 95
(Kol), kathkusum, raj- (465-690) (223)
moi (Oriya)
Cm&a arbwca Linn. GA,M yemane (And), gomari Y 515 High - Moderate 85
(Asm), gumhar (Ben), (415-610) (263-238)
kasmar (Kol), kbamari
(Nep), gambhari (Oriya)
Lugersbamia pa+riJioraRoxb. lendi LEN mechi (Asm), sidha (Ben X 755 Low e High 110
Rr Oriya), garasekre (705-800) $0)
(Kol), buri-dhamero
(Nep)
Lfxg8rssfrmniaspciosa Pers. j=d JAR ajhar (Asm), garasekre Y 625 Moderate Moderate 110
(Syn. Lfzgerstremia josregina (Kol), panipatuli (495-785)
R&.) (Oriya)
Mach&s gamblci King mackilua MAC kawala (Nep) Z 515 Low e Moderate -

$ Mangt&a indica Linn. ISlEUSg0 *MAN am (Asm & Hin), uli X (&l Low a Low 110
(Kol), amba (Oriya) (61&!“9)
Michelia baillonii Finet et talaoma TAL tita-sopa (Asm), tilsundi Z - - Moderate -
Gagnep (Ben) (-)
(Syn. Talauma phellocarpa
King)
Michclia sp. champ CHM sopa (Asm), ehampa X 495 Low - Moderate 80
(Ben & Oriya) (2ff2)
Mgity*p parviiolia (Roxb.) kaim KAI guri, kalam (Hin), ham- Y (37:;6575) Low b Moderate 105
sabeti (Kol), mitukunia (595-720) (37-45)
(Syn. *stcphegyne parvi~olia (Oriya)
Korth.)
Marus Iavigata Wall. BOL bFm$ & $?aa~), kimbu Z 655 - Moderate 105
&
Phabe sp. BON angaz (Nep) Z (& Low C Moderate 8.S
(2:ll)
Pro&m serratum (Wall. cx MUR gutgotya (Ben), kaka, X (37%55) Moderate e Moderate
Colebr.) EngI. kandeor (Kol),nimbura- (-) ?)
(Syn Bursna smala Colebr .) moi (Oriya)
PtcrospermumaccrifoliumWilld. katkipaila HAT hathipoila (Asm), bailo, Y 595 Low c Moderate 105
muckhukenda (Oriya) @89-;2”’ (253-745
j
‘Showa assamica Dyer makai MAK makai (Asm) ‘Y Low c Moderate 90
(4$l$l) (303-53)
Sonnerafia apetala Ham. keora KEO keowra (Ben) Y - Moderate 95
(480-720)
TABLE II CLAS~IFXCATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EMT ZONE-Cat&

BOTANICAL NAME STANOARD ABSRE- LO~ALNAMES AVNL- A~RAGE Werowr AND D-I&Y TREAT- RFFRAC- COMPARAEVE
TRADE NAUE VIATED ABILITY RANOE OF WEIGHTS (see 4.3) AnILrTY TORlNEssTO STRENQTH
SYMBOL Isee4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMO=- (see 4.41 AIR COEPFlCmNT
TuaE CONTENT SEASONING ONTHEBASIS
(JCC4.2) (set 4.5) OFTEAKAS
100
m (see4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
stcrdospsrmum
sp. Paa PAD paroli (Asm), husi (Kol!, Z 720 LOW - Moderate 120
parari (Nep), patuh (560-975) (35%)
(Oriya)
Syzygium sp. jamuk (Asm), jam (Ben), Y 815 ModeraLC e High 110
(Syn. Ecrgcniasp.) kuda (Kol) , jamu (Oriya) (4:-\8)
Tectona grandir Linn. f. sagoon (Asm), shequn Y (70&030) High e Moderate 100
(Ben), sagwan (Hm), (515-785) (32409)
saguan (Oriyd)
lkninalia bcllirica Roxb. b&era BAH bhomora (Asm), lupung X 815 LOW b -
(Kol)? bahada (Oriya) (67:;8095) (4$6)
Terminaliu myriocarpa Heurck h&o& HOL panisy (Ncp) X Low a Moderate 95
et Muell. Arg. (‘z-85) (2&W
Terminalia procera Roxb. white bomb- WBO badam (And) @X LOW b Moderate 100
we (430-755) (27-47)

5. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEM- AND TOOL HANDLES

Acacia arabica Willd. babul BAB babla (Ben) Y 785 LOW b Moderate
(7;~;~O) (454953)
Acacia cakchu Willd. khair KHA khoira (+sm), khair X High - High
h(Hz), khalra (Oriya) (556-373)
Acacia leucophlaa Willd. hiwar HIW Z (880;;: 70) - High
iohi;a, f$%
. .:
, $zL (690-880) (43495)
(Oriya)
Anogrissus acuminala Wall. YOU YON garahessel (Kol), phansi +Y 8.50 Moderate c High 125
(4Z8)
Anogeissus Iari/lia Wall. axl&vood(b&li)AXL bi%?)dhaura ’ X (75&:30) Low e High
he&l (Kol), l$l!i (785-l 105) (49-69)
(Nep), dhaw (Oriya)
Barring~oniaadangula Gaertn. - - hijjal (Ben), hinjal (Hin), Z 375 - - hlbderate
dundi (Kol), hinjala (-) (2)
(Oriya)
l&hi& sp. kanchan KAC deva-kanchan, kanchan, Y 675 - bioderate
rakta-kanchan (Ben), (-) (2)
keolari (Hin), tanki (Nep)
Bddia rdusa Spreng. kasi KAS kuhir (Asm), kaka (Kol), X 595 Moderate e Moderate -
gayo (Nep), kosi (Oriya) (51&!75) (3z2)
Curcya arborea Roxb. kumbi KUM kumbhi (Asm & Ben), X High - High 95
kambi (Hin) (3<$7)
C+ometra polyandra Roxb. Pk PIG ping (Asm) lZ (5690;?5) Low b Hig!~ 130
,83;;?@ ( .S$fiO)
Dalbergia lar;folia Roxb. rosewood ROS satisal (Ben), kiri (Kol), Z High - Moci%%t~ 110
(btckwood) sissu (Oriya) (640-945) (40-59)
TABLE XI CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, ElST ZONE - Conki

BOTANICALNM STANVARD ABBRE- LOCAI. NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REYRAC- GOMPNPAYIX-E
TRADE NAME VIATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (su 4.3) ABILITY TORINIXS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT Moa- (see 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SEASONING ON THE &X3
(see 4.2) (set 4.5) OF TEAK AS
&-------h---7 100
kg/m’ lb/ft’ (.w 4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (41 (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Dolb&gia sismo Roxb. sitsso0 SIS shisham (IIin) Y 770 tinderate e Moderate 105
(434853)
Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb. ebony EHO kend (Ben), abnoos, 2 (6g:z50) Low - Moderate 90
kendu (Hin), tiril (Kol) (65:-d 05) (4 :-%9)
crewia sp. DHA gonyer (Kol) Y Moderate d Moderate 125
(384855)
Lugerstramia par@ora Roxb. lendi LEN mechi(Asm),sidba (Ben ,& X (61;;!80) LOW e High 100
Oriya), garasekre (Kol), (705-800) (ZO)
buri-dhamero (Nep)
O;~$~pojeirw.mis (Roxb.) slndon SAD bandhah, pandhan (Hib), Y 850 High - Moderate 95
ruta (Kol) (800-915) (5Z7)
(Syn. Ougcinia dalbcrgioidcs
Benth.)
Schkichcra okosa Oken kasum KUS baru. (Kol), kusuma Y 1 105 Low a High 155
w (Syn. Sch&icheratrijuga Willd.) LE;r) (1 0;;d5185) (6t?j4)
- Soymi& fcbrifga A. Juss. rohioi ROH (Be!)? rohan 2 High - High -
(Hin) , y;;;, W4, (915-i265) (57-79)
rohini, , wan
(Oriya)
LAU atan, asna, sain (Hin): X 880 Moderate b High 110
hatana (Kol), pucra saj (610-995) (3::2)
(Nep), sahaja (Oriya)
Xylia xykcarpa Taub. M IRU kongra, tangan (Oriya) Y 850 High High II0
(755-l 010) (415_363)

6. TURNERY ARTICLES AND TOYS

Acacia arabica Willd. BAB babla (Ben) Y 785 Low b Moderate -


(72;;;50)
Accr sp. MAP kapasi (Ben), kapashi +Z Low - Moderate -
(Nep)
Adina cord$Xiu Hook. 1. HAL taraksopa (AqmI, ranqkat x (41%?5) Low a Moderate -
(Ben), karam (Hin), (480-785)
kumhha (Krll;, kuruma
(Oriya)
rttocarpus hcti@hylLus Lamk. h&al KAT kanthal (Hin), rukkathar Y 595 High - Moderate
(Syn. Artocmppd intcgri~liur (Nep), panas (Or+) (+i5-735) (2&q
Auct.)
B&da up. birch BIR dirng-ling (Khasi!, saur +Z 625 -. -- Moderate
!NcJ>) (--_) (39)
TABLE II CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE -Cod
w
..
BOTANICALN.~ME STANDARD ARBRE- Locnr. NAMES , AVAIL- AVERACEWEIOHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REFILAC- COMPARATMZ
TRADE NAME WATED ABILITY RANGE OP WEIGHTS (set 4.3) ABlL”‘Y TORINESS TO STRENGTH 0
%‘MBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT %‘fOIS- (see 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT L
ITIRE CONTENT SEAsONING oN THE Bhisn
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) o* TEAK ~9
r- L , 100
kg/m* lh/ft* (see 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (19) (IL)
Gastanops;c
sp. chestnut CHE hingori (Asm) 2 640 Moderate b Moderate -
(“5”;yO’ (3%)
Cedwla toona Roxbr toon TOO js ipoma (Asm.!, tun Y Low r Moderate
(Hi?), katangal (Kol), (385-610) $&)
turn (Nep), mahalimbo
(Oriya)
Chukrasia tabularis Adr.Juss. ChiCkCaSSy CHI yin-mabin (And), boga- Z 675 Low c Moderate
poma (Asm) (46&y 5) (3z5,)
ciivlmMmum sp. Cinnamon CIN gondmroi (Asm), gundroi, Z I.OW - Moderate
tejpat (Ben), malagiri (545-770) (3&q
(NIP)
Dalbngia ktifob Roxb. ROS sat&al (Benj, kiri (Koij, Z a35 52 High - Moderate -
sissu (Oriya) (64:;9$5 j (40-59)
Dalbergia si.woo Roxb. SIS shisham (win) Y Moderate e Moderate -
(4i-i3)
EBO kend (Ben), abnoo:, Z (6g:it50j Low - Moderate -
kendu (Hin), tirii (Kol) (655-I 105)
GE0 gengwa (Ben), guan Y 415 (4\lz9) - Low
(Oriya)
Fagara budnmga Roxb. MUI bajarnali (Asm), badrang! Y $2 ‘X) - - hloderate
(Syn. ~antiw+m budnmga ;~rx~;;~) (Ben), moral (690-815) (43-5 1)
DC.)
Ficw sp. $IG bar, dimanr (Aam), Z 465 - - Low
dimiri, jari (Oriya) (E)
Gardenia sp. GAR damkarudu, kataranja Z \?? - -. Moderate
(Oriya) (4::2)
Gmelina arborea I&n. CAM yemane (And), gomari Y (“g:;8535’ High - Moderate
(.4sm), gumhar (Ben), (415-610) (2tz38)
kasmar (Kol), khama-
yori;L’$p), gambbari

H~larrfma antiaysentmica Wall. ksuchi KUR kurdis’(Hin), tuar (Kol), Y 530 - - Moderate -
korei (Oriya) (2&I)
HoloptAa integrif&~ Plan& kanju KAN anjan (Ben), chilbil, Y (45z9?o) Low b Moderate -
dhauranjo (Oriya) (36%)
~Hymmodictgon excelsum Wall. kssthasr KUT bharkundi (Asm), bau- Z (48401z55) LOW C Low -
rang (Bihar), bhurkal (400-545) (2:-:4)
(Hin), iatikaram (Ncp),
kansa (Oriya)
Jhnea qmnna&Iica Mcrr. jhingan JHI ntyu,,A.d), kuhimala, X 575 Low e Moderate
(Syn. Laanca grandis Eng.; (Asm), jial, (495-675) I

Odina w&r Roxb.) jiga (Ben), doka (Kol),


jeol (Ncp), moi (Oriya)
TABLE II CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE-Conkf

BOTANICAL N.AME ARBRE- LOCAL N.AMES AVAIL- AVERAGEWEIGHTAND DURABILITY TREAT- REFRAC- COMPARATIVE
VIATED ABILITY RANGEOPWEIGHTS (see4.3) ABILITY TORINESSTO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (set4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMOIS- (see4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SEASONXNG 0NTHI:BASIS
(see 4.2) (see4.5) OFTEAKAS
L 100
(see4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (41 (5) (9 (9) :I@
Mach&s pmblei King mackiIus MAC kawala (Nep) Z Low e Moderate

MicheIia baillonii Finet et takulm~ TAL tita-sopa (Asm), tilsundi Z - - Moderate


Gagnep (Ben)
(Svn. Talauma pht-llOCCZ?pll
’ King)
,zX;;h~ parvifolia (Roxb.) KAl guri, kalam (Hin). hnmsa- Y 655 b Moderate -
beti (Kol), mitukunia (595-720) (3&
(Syn. Stephegyne pa& lia (Oriya)
Korth.)
Moms lauigata Wall. Iwk BOL bhola (Asm), kimbu (Ben 2 - - Moderate
& Ncp) (“1)
Polyalthia sp. dekdaru DEB kutharia (Oriya) 2 Low - Moderate
(z53)
Ptmsprmum aceriffinw Willd katkipailr HAT hathiwila (ksm\, bailo, I- Low c Moderate
muckhukenda (Oriya) (2G5)
w” ~Sideroxylon lon&&&.&m LAM lambapatti (And) @U Low a Low
King et Pram (2)
Swictcnia sp. MAO - +*z - - Moderate -_
&
1Vrightia sp. dudki DUD pitakurbei, sanchi (Oriya) Z - - Low -
(2)

7. VENEERS AND PLYWOOD

Acrocarpus fraxiniflius Wigh t mundrni MUN mandane (Nep) Z 690 Low c Moderate
(~~~-800) (*GO)
Adina cordiJolia Hook. f. kddu HAL taraklopa (Asm’, rangkat x LOW a Mod,.. ate
(Ben), karam (Hin). (4;:85) (3z9)
kumbha (Kol), kuruma
(Or+)
Ailanthus sp. goku’ COK borpat (Asm), ghoranim, 2 415 Low - Low
mahanim (Hin), mahalo (335480) (2 Y30)
(Ofiya)
Albiczia lebbcck L?:nth. kokko KOK hirih (Asm), sir&h (Ben). x 540 High c Mod=:rate
&ii (Hin & Oriya) (480-755) (304p47)
Albizzia odoratissimc) Brntl~. k&+&is KSi hihand, joti-koroi (Asm), Y ?35 High c Moderate
koroi (Bert), kiarhalom (595-l 010) (3?&
(Kol)
Albiz;ia prbccraBrnth. sated-six-is SSI sit (And), koroi (Asm & 1 XIoderate <’ 1 lodrrate
Ben), tenthra (Kol), (49%35)
dhala sirish (Oriya)
**From plantations and road side avenurs only.
TABLE II CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE-Co&d ..
UOTANICAI. NAYE SiANDARD ABRRE- AVAIL- DUI~AB~LW TREAT- kamAc- COMPARATIVE g
TRADE Nm VIATED ABILITY (see 4.3) ABILITY TORINESS TO STAI.NCTH W
S\w301 isee 4.1 j (see 4.4) AIR ~OEFF1CIENT ;
SEASONING ON THE h.sIs
(see 4.5) OFTEAKAL
100
’ kg/m* lb/f:’ ’ (see 4.6)

(1) (2) (3; (4) (5) (6) (7 (8) (9) (10) (11)
Alnuc nepalensis Don dder ALD utis (Nepj +z 370 - Low
(30;;50) (192828)
Amoora uwllichii King amas+ AMA lalchini (And), amur Y Moderate - Moderate -
(Asm), Iali (Ben & Nep) (3 Ba,)
$4n~houphalus cadamba Miq. kadam KAD sanko (Kol), kadamh X (4%z35) LOW a Low
(Oriya) (38;;40) (2&o)
Artocarpus chaplusha Roxb. CHP taungpeine (And), cham, X Moderate d Moderate
sam (Asm), chapalish (320-675) (222)
(Ben), latore (Nep)
Bosudia smata Roxb. 66hi %A salga (Hin) X 575 Low e Low -
(3 EO)
Bucklwdia populnea R. Br. PIP pipli (Ben) +z (4gii!oo) - - Low -
Pw
(3%)
Canarium euphyllwn Kun &.lIH Low - Low
whit6dhup dhup (And) @IX (5rz75)
(192-78)
Cedreh tooma Roxb. t6on TOO jatipoma (Asm), tun Y (3c55i65’o) Low C Moderate
(Hin)., katangai (Kol), (385-610) (223-238)
tuni (Nep), mahalitnbo
(Oriya)
Chuknuia tabularis Adr. Juss. ChiekrnsO,' CHI yin-mabin (And), boga- i: 675 Low C Moderate -
pOm= (hm)
Dalbergia stisoo Roxb. Id3oo SIS shishim (Hin) Y @%Y5 Moderate e Moderate
(690$50)
Dillmia sp. dillcat DIL zinbyun (And), otenga X Low - Moderate
(Asrn), chalta, tartari (560-705)
(Ben), panchphal (Nrp),
rai (Oriya)
!lipte7ocarpus
mac7oca7pus HDN hollong (Asm) ‘X 73.5 Low a Moderate
Vesque
Difi:crowpus sp. CUR garjan (Asm) X (64E80) Low b Moderate
( 705-960)
Fagara bud<unga Roxb. .MUL bajarnali (Asm), badrang? Y 735 - - Moderate
(Syn. ,@tho.zylum budnmga timur (Ben), moral (690-8 15)
DC? (Oriya)
Garuga pinnata Roxb. GAU k$v;’ (Be;;;hkuyuu Y Low e Moderate
(46E90)
rajzd; (Oriya)
Holoptelea intcgriflia Planch. KAN anjan (Ben), chilbil, Y 595 Low b Slodwate
dhauranjo (Oriya)
$Hymenodictyon excelsum Wall. KTIT bharkundi (Asm), bau- Z (48:ii55) Low C
rang (Bihar), bhurkal (400-545)
(Hin), latikaram (Nep),
kansa (Oriyn)
TABLE II CLASSIFICATIbN OF TIh¶BERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, EAST ZONE -- Contd

BOTANICAI. &AME STANDARD _iBBRR- LOCAL NW AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND Du~usr~rn TRBAT- REFR.\G- COMPAIllATiM
‘TRADE Nqm VIATiXl ABILITY RANGE OF WEZCH-IY (Jef4.3) ABILI2.Y TORINBSSTO STRENCTH
SYMBOL (sw 4.I) AT 12 PERCENT Mors- (SC4.4) AIR COEPFR~IENT
'I'URECONTENT SEA?0NlNC ON THE BASIS
(ree4.2) (Tee4.5) OP TEAK AS
w-c? 100
kg/m* Ibift’ (set4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (V (8) (9) (!O) (11)
Lanneo coromandelica ?rierr. jhingan JHI nabe (And), kuhimala, X 575 Low e Moderate .-
(Syn. Lannca grandis Eng.; ruhimala (Asm), jial, (495-675) (3&)
Odina wodier Roxb.) jiga (Ben), doka (Kol),
jeol (Nep), moi (Oriya)
$%fangifera indica Lb-m. -go am (Asm & Hin), uli X Low a Low -
(Kol), amba (Oriya) (6 ;;OO) (3Z50)
Mkhtlid sp. champ CHM champa X Low Moderate
“c$Z& AAZ$a) (233-142)
Phabt sp. bonsum BON angari (Nep) Z (37%z75) Low C Moderate
(&l)
Pttrygota alata R. Br. ZlarIkeI NAR Ietkok (And), pahari Y (37z$55) - Low
(Syn. Stnzulia ala& Roxb.) (Asm), tula (Ben) (450640) &o)
zwmolia in.&nis Schott didu DID didu (And), simal (Hin) @X 370 Low a Moderate
‘& Endl. - (175-545) (I :.334)
(Syn. Bombax iwignr Wall.)
%
~Salmalia su. didu DID simal (Ben & Hin) X 370 LOW Moderate
&IL Bomdax sp.) (175-545) (1:-334)
S&aa waltichii Choisy chilauni CHL gogra, makrisal (Asm) X 655 Low Moderate
(575800) (3250)
Shorta asramica
Dyer InakaI MAK makai (Asmj *Y 575 LOW Moderate
(480-690) (3tz3)
Syzygium cumini Skeels jaman JAM jamuk (Asm), jam (Ben), Y 785 Modentt High
(Syn. Eugenia jambolana Lamk.) kuda (Kol) (705-815) (4Zl)
Ttrminalia bialata Steudel white chag- WCH safed chuglam (And) @X 705 LOW Moderate
lam (silver (SCR) (495-815) (3Zl)
grey-wwd)
Ttrmiaatia myriocarpa bIeurck hollock HOL panisaj (Nep) X 610 Low a Moderate -
et Muell. Arg. (450-705) (2%)
Temtiaaiia proctra WBC badam (And) @IX 610 LOW b Moderate -
(430-755) $7)
~~nalio tomentosa Wight et laurel LAU asan, asna, sain (Hin), X 880 Moderate b High -
hatana (Kol), pucca saj (610995) (3&
(Nepj, sahaja (Oriya)
Tetcfmmcles MA1 th;gk (And), bhelu, X 320 Low a Low
(AT!, moma (-) (Z)
(Ben)
gute1 GUT belkul (Asm), pitali Z 430 Low - Low
(Ben), gara-loa (Kol), (-)
panigzwlbhsri (OGy.1)
T.ABLE ILI CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, CENTRE ZONE

‘IkEAT-
AIHLITY
(see 4.4)

ksb’
, ‘2) (3) (4) (5) (61

1. (:ONSrRUC;TIONAI, PURPOSES

babul B.4B habul (Mar) x 785 I .ow 1lodwate 105


‘7;;p;;o’
khair KH.4 khair (Hin) x High High ‘20

kokko KOK siris (Hin), chichola 2 (880G:d 70’ High .Ilodcrate 90


(Mar) (480-755)
kala-siris KS1 s;‘;;~) (Mar), chichwa z 735 High Alodrrate 120
(595-l 010)
safbd-siris SSl ki:hai (Mar), gurcr 2 640 Moderate .Iloderate 85
(MP) (49j8035)
axlewood (bakJi)AXL hakli (Hin), dhaura (Mar X LOW High 95
& MP) (785;;;05)
kathd KAT k;;th;i ’ (Hin), phanas z High ,\loderate 75
(415-735)

am&as a?;:;; (Hin), bahawa 2 865 Moderate ._ High 110


(735;;;25)
satinwood ghiria (Bhopal), hehra, x I,OW High 110
bhirra (Mar & R4P) (835~~;Oi)
rosewood chisham (MP) Y High Moderate 90
(blackwood)
ebony tendu, tumri (VP) x (8080j9545) LOW Moderate 75
(655;;;05)
gamari g;1;“1n (Hin), siwan Y High - Modrrate 55

dhaman pialsa CLIP) % (4’75;60’o) Moderate d X4oderatc 110


(6 ‘89;$80)
anjan anjan (XIX), cppa (Tel) Y High t High 70
(735-l 025)
lendi lentiia senha (afar), kalia- X 755 Low e High 95
saja, lendia (hlPj (705-800)
jhingan moyrn (Mar), moyal, X 575 I,OW c Modrrate 50
inovcn (MP) (495-675‘)
TABLE III CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, CENTRE ZONE - Confd

BOTANICAL x.\YE STANDARD ABBRE- hVAIL- AVERAGE WE~GH~AND DURABILI.~Y TREAT- REFRAC- COMPARATIVE
TRADENAXE “IATED ABIUTY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (see 4.3) ABILITY TORlNESSTO STRENGTH
.%WBOL (See 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT &US- (see4.4) AIR ~OEPFICIENT
Turn CONTENT ON THE BASIS
(see4.2j (se2 4.5) OF TEAK AS
r------w 100
kg/m3 lbjftS (see 4.6)

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) ‘.81 (9) (10) (11)


Madhura ind;ca Gmel. mahua MAU nyah; (Mar), mohwa X 910 57 High e High 75
[Syn. Bassia latifolia Roxb.; (75% 1 040) (47-6.5)
Madhuco lntifolia (Roxb.)
h4acbridcJ
iManilkara sp. bullet-wood BUL khirni (MP) z 895 High High 125
(Syn: :fimfFqpJ sp.) (78;i;95, (4!& *
,,,,~,a oopnenszs (Roxb.) sandan “sAD tinsa, tiwas (MP) Y High -_ .\lodvrate 80
oc reut (800-915) ($57)
(~~;~h.Ou,~einia dalbergioides

Pterocar~us mnrsupium Roxb. hijasal f-‘IJ bija (MP) X 800 High r Moderate 100
‘7;$880) (4.?55)
Schleichera oleosa Oken. kusum KUS kusum (Mar) Z LOW a High 140
(Syn. Schleichera trijugn Willd. (1 0608;;5185) (6&
Shorea robusta Gzrtn. f. sal S‘4L sal (Hin) X High e High 120
(3&
padti PAD padar (MP) Y @23;:30) Low - ?rlodrrate 85
(560-975) (354561)
Sy:ygium sp. jaman JAM jamun (MP) Y 815 ,\l~ldrrate e High 95
(Syn. Eqenia sp.) (4%)
Tertonagrandis Linn. f. teak TEA sagwan
(Mp) (Hin), sagon X ‘70&:30) Higlr P Modcrate 100
(313-947)
Terminalia arjuna W & A. arjun ARJ koha (Mar), kohu, kowa X ‘““8”?) .IlodWatf t, MOdtTi3.t~ 70
(MP) (64;;;95) (4&
Teerminnlia bellirica Roxb. bahera BAH bahera (Mar) X LOW I/ :\lotlrratr 105
(6725-95) (4?56)
Terminalia tomentosa Wight laurel LAU asan, asna, sain (Hin), X 55 1lodrrarr: :t Fiigh 100
et Am. ain, sadar, saj WP) (610-995) (38-62 j

Xylia xylocnrpa Taub. irul IRU surrp, (Mar), sauriya % 850 53 High , tligh 105
(755-l trloj (47-63)

i.. FURNITURE AND CGZRINE’T 1LlAKING

Adinn cordiflia Hook. f. haldu H.-ZL X Low 3 95


6:
Albizzia lebbeck Benth. kokko KCJK sir&
,~lar, (Hin), chicho!a z High c $5 ..
~,?Pf1-7.5T,i !3Gl7j
ALbizzia odoralissima Benth. kala-siris K;SI e&i (.llar:, cbichwa (MJ?: z 73.5 46 High e
(59.5-1 010, (3:~63j
Albizzia procera Benth. safed-siris % 40 Ilod.-rate i
(31-x?,,
TABLE III CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, CJINTaE ZONE - - Contd

Asmc- LOC,\L NAMES AVML- DUR-\BIL.ITY TREAT-


VIATEn *BILIN (see 4.3) ABILI’L‘Y
SYmOL (see 4.1) (see 4.4 j

kg/ma lbjfts .
(1) (2: (31 (4) (5) (6’; (7) (8) (9)
Artocarpus heteropfq~!lusLamk. kathal KXT kathal (Hin), phanas Z 55.5 High --
(Syn. Artncarpus itrtqriflius (MP) (411-735) (2&\
Auct.)
Chlorarylon swietenia L)O. satlnwood SAT behra. bhirra, ghiria X 960 LOW High 130
(Mar 8; hlP) (83Ud0.5) (52:s)
Dnlbugia la@iolia Roxb. TOSeWOOd ROS shisham (MP) Y High - Modcrate 115
(blackwood) (&9)
Diospyros mrlanoxylon Roxb. tbony EBO tendu, tumri (MP) x (8%:45) Loiv - Moderate 95
(4%)
Cm&a urborea Linn. gamari GAM gyrt&r (Hinj, siwan Y (s55&lo5) High - Moderate 75
(263-238)
Holoptelra integriflin Planch. kanju KAN papara (Mar). chilwal, Z (4’~~:‘“) Low b Modztate 80
chirol, kz;;t (MP) (3&
&Kerstromia parv~$ororaRoxb. ledi LEN lendia (Mar), X (48z55) LOW e High 95
kaliasaja, lendia (MP) (LiO)
$Mangifcm indica Linn. mango M.4N am (Hin), amba (Mar) Y (70&F0) Low a LOW 90
(6l;;OO’ (38zO)
Mitrqyna par$Xia (Roxb.) kaim IiAi kalam (MP) X LOW b Moderate 85
Korth. (5951720) (374-:5)
(Svn. Stephegyne parvif lia
tiorth.1
Pterocarpk marsupium Roxb. bijasal BIJ bija (blP) X 800 50 High c! Moderate 101)
(43-55)
Tectona prandis Linn. f. teak TEA sagwan (Hin), sagon X (72%80) High e Moderate 100
(MP) (495-755) (3%)

3. LIGHT PACKING CASES

SAiianthus excelsa Roxb. maharukb hl;iH maharukh (Mar) Z -_ - Low 70


(2 %O)
Eoswellia serrata Roxb. salai SAA salai (Mar), salga, salia X Low e Low 85
(MP) (3;o)
FicuJ sp. figs FIG gular (MP) Z _- .- Low -
(-1
Gmelina arborea Linn. gamari G.i?rl gym$ (Hin), siwan Y ‘52 32 High - Moderate 85
/- (415556iO)
Hoioptelen integr+&a Planch. kanju KAJ papara (Mar), chilwai, Z i2F8; Low b Moderate 95
chiroi, karanji (MP) (482i;5.5) (3ojo41)
: Hymenodictyon excel_wm ICall. kutban Ku7 bhorsal (Mar), bhawar- Z Low c Low 75
ma!, bhorsal, bhurker (400-545) (25-34)
ihlPI
h)dia co~scinn Roxh. pda I’r-11, bhendi (Mar), barranga Y 385 - - Low
(M?) (-)
TABLE III CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THF’ USES, CJMTRE ZONE -- Contd

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD ABBRE- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WIXGHT AND DURAl%lLrrY TREAT- REFRAC- COMPARATIVE
TRADE NAME VIATED ABILITY RANGE OF W~mrrrs (see 4.3) ABILITY ‘TORINESS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMors- (xc 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
. TURECONTENT SEASONING ON THE Btirs
(see 4.2) (s&e4.5) OP TEAK AS
I * , 100
kg,!ms lb/f@ (see 4.6)

(2) (3) (4) (5, (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

Lmnca coromadlica Merr. jislngan JHI moyen (Mar), moyal, X 575 LOW e Moderate 75
(Syn. LMaecr grnridis Eng.; moyen (MP) (495-675) (3Z2)
O&a wodicr Roxb.)
ZMangaifnlr indica Liin. MAN am (Hin), amba (Mar) Y Low a LOW 1 IO
(6 l!$O) (3$0)
$lhnaIia malabarica schott umul SEM semal (Mar), semdr (MP) X LOW a Low 70
& End!. (255-530) (16-33)
Wn. Bornbar mak&&um
DC.)
4. HEAVY PAeKING CASES
(for packing machinery and similar stores)

Adina cord@a Hook. f. baldu HAL baldu (Mar), karam (MP) X LOW a Moderate 105

Atiarpus h&ophfly Lank kathal KAT kathal (Hi% phanas 2 ‘- ~59.? ’ High - Moderate 95
(;ynnt ,Ariocarpur urtcgrifoliw w? (415-735)

Garuga pin&u Roxb. GAU kakad (Mar), ghoghar X 610 Low e Moderate 95
(MP) (46;;!90’
Gm&na arborsa Linn. GAM gumhar (Hin), siwan Y High Moderate 85
(MI’) (41gW
Logerstramin juwijlora Rbxb. LEN lendii senha (Mar), kalia- X Low High 110
saja, lendia (MP) (7o;;iOO)
$ Maniifna iadica J..inn. am (Hin), amba (Mar) Y Low Low 110

syrygium sp. JAM jamun (MP) Y (61:FO) Moderate High 110


(Syn. Eugmiasp.) (702%&30)
TrctQaa grandis Lii. f. teak TEA sang (Hin), sagon X High Moderate 100

Terminali bellirica Roxb. bmbem BAH bahera (Mar) X (49z55) LOW h&xlerate
(675-895)

5. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND TOOL HANDLES

Acacia nrabka Willd. babul BAB babul (Mar) X 785 LOW b Moderate 135
‘7;;;;O’ t;
Acacia cattchu Willd. KHA khair (Hin) X High - High 130

Anogeissau rol$Za Wall. aJewood(bahli)AXL bakli (Hin) , dhaura X (880&l ‘O) LOW e High 120
0
(Mar L? MP) I
Anogcissus pmdula Edgew. kmdabi K_\H kardahi (MP) Y (785:4:05) Low - High 130
(815-1090)
ti
-_
TABLE HI CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, CENTRE ZONE - Contd

BOTANICALNAVE STANDARD ABERE- LOCAL N.A!dES AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TRE 4T- REFRAC- COMPARATIVE
TRADE NAME “IATED ABILITY RMGE OF WEIGHTS (see 4.3) ABILITY TORlNESS TO STRENOTH
SYMBCL (see 4.1) AT 1’L PERCENT hhS- (see4.4) AIR CoEFFlCleNT
TURE CONTENT SEASONIKG ONTHE B.ws
(Jee 4.2) (see4.5) OF TEAK AS
-- 100
k/m’ lb/V (see 4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (3) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

Dalbergia lat~rifoliaRoxb. tosewood ROS shisham (MP) Y 880 High - hfoderate 110
(b 1 a c k- (800-945)
-4
Diosp_wos nielano&m Roxb. CbOlSY EBO tendu, tumri (hlP) X 835 Low - Moderate 90
(4C>9)
Crcwia tiliefofia Vahl. DHA phalsa (MP) 2 (655;:5105) Moderate d .\foderate 125
(384755)
Lagerstramia parvQ%ra Roxb. lendi LEN lendia senha (xlar), X (6’;z80) Low e High 100
kaliasaja, lendia (LlP) (4$50)
Ougeinia oojeinensis (Roxb.) sandals SAD tinsa, tiwas (LIP) 1 (70~~,8000) High - hloderate 95
Hochreut (800-915) (50-57)
(Syn. Ougeinia dalbergioides
Benth.)
Tamarindus indica Linn. imll IXIL imli (Mari 2 - - Xfoderate

Terminalia tomentosa Wight laurel L‘\U asan, asna, sain (Hin), X Ifoderate b High
et Am. ain, sadar, saj (MT‘)
.Z;zyphur mauritiana Lamk. her BER ber (Mar) Z - Ilbder:te
(Syn. <izyphus jujuba Lamk.)

6. TURNERY ARTICLES AND TOYS

Acacia arahira Willd. babul B.4B babul (Mar) x 785 Low b Moderate
(720-850) (454953)
Adina cordlfolia Hook. f. kaldu HAL haldu (Mar), karam (MP) X 690 LOW a Moderate
(480-785) (3::9)
Artocarpur hcterophyllus Lamk. kathal KAT “7;;; (Hin), phanas Z 595 High - hloderate
(Syn. .4rtocarpus integ$&es (415-7353 (263-746)
Auct.)
Chloroxylon swirtenia 1X:. SdiIlWOOd SAT behra, bhirra, ghiria X 960 LOW - High
(Mar & MP) (5&
Dalbergio latifolia Roxb. roscwood ROS &sham (MP) Y (835tG:05) High - hloderate
(b 1 a c k- (800-945) (5&
Wood)
Diospyros melano$vr Rosh. ebolly tendu, tumri (MP: N 835 LOW - Moderate
(655-l Ib5) (4:-Ls9j
Gardenia s,>. gardenia dikamali, papri IIIP) Y 755 - - Fvloderate
(690-835) (4:;2)
Gmetinn nrborea Liuu. gamari gyrn$ (Hin). siwan Y 515 Hig’h - Sloderite
(41;&;‘0) (&8)
Holoptelea infegrifolia Plan&. kanju pa’para (Marl, chilwal, E LOW b Afoderate
chirol, karanji (.11P) (480-655)
TABLE III ClABIFlCATlON OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, CENTltE ZONE:-cod
BOTAXKAL NAME STANDARD ABBRE- LOCAL NAME.S AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AXU TREAT- REFR~C- COMPARA,‘WE
TRADE Nm VIATED ABILITY ~NGE OP Werorin AllfiITY TORINESSTO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (WC II) AT 12 PERCENT Mors- (SU 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
The CqNTmT SEASONING ON THE BASEJ
(see d2) (3tt 4.5j OF TEAK AS
100
k/m’ lb/W (set 4.6)

(1) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) ilO) (11)

fH’nodiriyo~ excrl~m Wall. KUT bhorsal (Mar), bbawar- z 480 Low c Low --
mal, bhorsal, bhurker (400-545) (2:-t*)
(MP)
Lclnnca cmomandsli~a hferr. JHI moyen (IMar), moyal, X 575 LOW e Moderate
(Syn. Lunntn ,pandir Eng.; moyen (MP) (495-675) (3:-:2)
Odina wodier Roxb.)
&fitfit;~r parvifolia (Roxb.) KAI kalam (MP) X 655 Low b Moderate -
(595-720) (374i53
(SW. Sttphegync pann~oliu
Korth.)
Schrtbera swietcnioidts Roxb. mokha MOK mokha (Mar), ghanto Z 815 - - Moderate
(MP) (-1 (2)
Tamarindus indica Linn. ImIi IML imli (Marj Z 915 - Moderate
(-1 (2)
Trctona graridis Linn. f. teak TEA s;g+ar (Hin), sagon X 625 High e Moderate
1 (495-755) (3 F-17)
dudhi DUD dudbai (MP) Y 575 - - Low -
(-1 &

7. VENEERS AND PLYWOOD

Adina cordiJolia Hook. f. hatdu HAL haldu (Mar), karam X Low a Moderate -
(MU (48!?85) (3E9)
$Ailnnthus exctlra Roxb. maharukk MAH mahantkb (Mar) Z 4!5 - - Low --
(335480) (2 f-630)
Albizria ltbbeck Benth. kokko KOK siris (Hin), chichola (Mar) Z High C Moderate -
(48?;55) (3E7)
Albizzia odoratissima Benth. kala-siris KS.1 sTsipj (Mar), chichwa Z 735 High e Moderate -
(595-l 010) (3E3)
Albizzia procera Benth. safed-sirih SSI kinhai (Mar), gurer (MP) 2 Moderate c Moderate -
(49F.35) (3fP52)
Borweliia serrate Roxb. SSlS.i SAA salai (Mar), salga, salia X 575 Low e Low -
(MP) (495-880) (3 EO)
LI.zlbergid lu!ifolia Roxb. rosewood ROS shisham (MP) Y 880 High - Moderate --
(black- (800945) (5E9)
wood)
Gnelma nrboreo Linn. gamari GAM g;m$r (Hin), siwan Y 515 High - h%oderate -
(415-610) (2:;8)
TABLE IlI CLASSIFICATION OF TlMBERS ACCORDING TO TIiElR USES, CENTRE ZONE-antd

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD ABBRE- LOCALNAMES AVAIL- .~BRAGEWEIGHTAND TREAT- REQRAC- COMQARATNB
TRADIZihwx VIATED ABILITV kWOE OP WEICX%‘3 ABILITY TORINES TO STRENGTH
.%‘MBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCRNTMOIS- (SC&4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TGRBcoNTENT SEASONING ON T&is B.uurs
(SC84.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK’M
r L \ 100
. IrgW Ib/fp - (su 4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

Holopklea integrifolia Planch. isanjla KAK papara (Mar), chilwal, 2 595 LOW b Moderate -
chirol, karanji (MP) (480-655) (3&

$Hymmodictyon excelsum Wall. kdma KUT bhorsal (Mar), bhawar- 2 480 Low c Low -
mal, bhorsal, bhurkex (400-545)
(MP)

Lunnea coromandelica Merr. jkiigsm JHI moyen (Mar), moyal, X LOW e Moderatc! -
(Syn. Lannea grondic Eng.; moyen (MP) (4g5z75)
Odina wodizr Roxb.)

ZMangifna indtia Linn. -go MAN am (Hin), amba (Mar) Y 690 Low a Low -
(610-800)

$salmah malabaricc Schott semd SEM semal (Mar), semur (MP) X Low a Low
& Endl.
(Syn. Bombax malabaricum
DC.)

Syz+m cumini Skeels jamun (MP) x 785 Moderate High -


JAM e
(Syn. Eugenia jambolclM (jO5-815) (4%)
Lamk.)

Tectona &andis Linn. f. TEA ~;)~g~pajn (Hin) , sagon X 625 High e Moderate -
(495-755) (3Z7)

T~inalia tomen&sa Wight LAU asan, asna, sain (Hin), X Moderate b High -
et Am. ain, sadar, skj (MP) (61%5) (&2)
TABLE Iv CLASSlFlCATlON OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, WEST ZONE

(cxau.u 4)

Nom - Mark (3) againat a species indicates matchwood.

STANOhIl L0CALNAyEs AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGJITAND DIJRABILrTY TREAT- RBPRAC-


T-E NAME ABILITY RANGE OF WercnTs (m 4.3) AEalTY TORINFS TO
(= 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMors- (ma4.4) AlR COEFFlclRNT
TURIZCoNTeNT sBAsomNo ON THE Blrs~l
(see 4.2) (em4.5) OF TEAK As
100
. kg/m’ lb/ft’ - (srr 4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (h) (6) (7) (8) (9) (‘0) (11)

1. CONSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSES

Acacia ambica Wii. BAB baval, bawal (Cuj), fali, Y 785 LOW b Moderate 105
jali, mashwel (Kan), (7;y;o) (4Z3)
Acacia cat&u Willd. khw (Hin), Lath (Kan) Y High - High 120
(88p;:;70) (556-373)
Acacia mndra Willd. LKH ‘al-khair (Mar) Z - - High 150
(6?77)
Aibizziu lrbbeck Bmth. KOK sinul (Kan), chichola, Z (’ %235) High C Moderate 90
siras, siris (Mar) (30407)
Dw AIbizria o&m&sima &ntb. KS1 k&o-siras (Cuj)., bil- Z (48z55) High e Moderate 120
‘& kambi, godhunchl (Kan) (3%3)
Albirzia prama Bcnth. SSI karan&o (GII,~), bcllatl Z (5g5&o’o) Moderate C Moderate 85
(Kan). kilai. kinhai (495-&35) (3?!2)

Anogeirsus
latiflia Wa”. rrltvpood (k&Ii) AXL djl%!-dhauro-dhavado Z 930 LOW e High 95
dhih&llb (JG$ ’ & Mar): (785-l 105) (4si9)

PIT rakta-rohida (Mar) Y High - MOdCIXtC 90


(57s70) (3fz8)

‘et Am.)
Artocar@s hetem&Uur Lamk. KAT phanas (Guj & Mar), Z 595 High - Moderate 75
(SYn- Arkuarjnu intc+f-ok halau, halsin (Kan) (415-735) (2&
Auct.)
Artocar@s him& Lamk. AIN hebbalasu, hebhulsina Y 595 LOW - Moderate 90
(Kan). pathphanar (400-755) (2::7)

birch& javanica Blume URI nIkt2a (=+I& ‘mk z 755 LOW C High 75
(MN (3;;4)
Calophyllum sp . PO0 surhonni (Kan) Z (5g&:65) e M&zrate 85
(48@$;15) (3&)
Cassia Jistula Limb AMT garmalo, gurmala (Guj), Z High 110
kakke (Kan), bahaya, (735-l 025) (4fz4)
bhava (IMar)
Cawarina rquisttiJdia Linn. casuarina CAS saru (Guj & Mar), cali- Y 850 C High 90
mara, galimara (Kan), (785-930) ,(4::8)
suru (Mar)
TABLE Iv CLASSIFICATION dF TIMBERS ACCORDMG TO TIiFZR USES, WEST ZONE-Contd

hT4NICAL NAME STANVARD i\BBRE- AVAIL- AVERAGE WEVXT AND TREAT- REFIIAC- CO?.f(PARA1.IvB
TRA~Z NAME VIIATED ABlLrrY RANGE OF Wmxrs ABILITY TORINisSTO STRKiGTK
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMow (se? 4.4; AIR COEPFICIFNT
TURE CONTENT SEASONING ONTHE B.ASIS
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAR AS
L 100
kg/ma Ib/ft’ ’ (see 4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

ccdich toona Roxb. toon TOO biligandhagiri (Kan), 2 515 LOW c Moderate 60
devdari (Mar) (243-238)
%hloroxy!on &.etcnia DC. satinwood SAT mashwal (Kan), billu Z (38&Yo) Low - High 110
(Mar) (5::s)
Chukrasia tabularis Adr. Juss. ckickrassy CHI I&devdari (Mar) Z (835& 05) Low c Moderate 80
(4860;$‘5) (3%)
Cinnamomum sp. dnnamcm ClN r~~sr)(Kan), dalchini Z LOW - Moderate 90
(3::s
Dalbergia latifolia Roxb. rosswood R&j shisham (Guj & Mar), Y (5475;760) High - Moderate 90
(b 1 a c k- biti (Kan) (640-880) (4z855)
-4
Diilenia sp. dillenia DIL kaMyryia (K=d, k-1 Y 625 LOW - Moderate 80
(56$ZO5) (3.:pQ4)
Dios&yros rndano~~ Roxb. ebony EBO tamruj, timbervo, timru X Low - Moderate 75
(Guj), balai (Kan). (655-l 105) (4:-269)
;g tembumi (Mar)
Dipmcarpus indicus Bedd. GUR challane, kalpine (Kan) 2 785 Moderate b Moderate 105
(7055500) (2:s)
Gmlina carbon0 Linn. GAM shivani, &wan (Guj & Z High .- Moderate 55
Mar), kulimara (Kan) (2s3-28)
Gm& sp. ~HA dadsal, thadsal (Guj & Y (41;zo) Moderate d Moderate 110
(38495)
Hadwkkia binafa Roxb. ANJ kEELi (Kan) Z (6’:z80) High e High 70
(4z4)
Hopea parv@ora Be&L kOP kiralobogi (tin), kalhoni Z (735-~~z5) High e High 120
(Mar) (4ZO)
Lagmstmnlia Llnaolata Wall. BEN nana (Guj & Mar), nandi Y (755z20) High e Moderate 95
(Syn. Lugers&m& minoccrrpb (Kan) (610-81.5) (3Z&)
Wight)
Lager&m& pmvipoa Roxb. LEN Z 755 LOW e High 95
(ZO)
Lagwramia q&o& Pm. JAR Z (7o:;:oo) Moderate e Moderate 80
(y& ,L”“““*” tic&+ (495-785) (3Z9)

Ltwwa wn+man&lica Merr. JHI mod+& monks (Guj), Y 575 LOW e Moderate 50
(Syn. Lumua grandis Eng.; yw& f$$ modal, (495-675) (3&)
Odina wodicr Roxb.)
Modlruca rp. MAU mahuda (Guj), ippi Z 915 High e High 75
(Syrl. BasJ-ia sp.) &OS mob- (Mar) (4Z5)
~-laffilkani sp. BUL rayan (Guj), Z ‘755~;5040) High - High 125
(Syn. Mimurops sp.) mu& (Km), -jana, (785-995) (4!z2)
wovali (Mar)
TABLE IV CLASSIFTCATION OF TIMBERS ACdORDING TO THEIR USES, WEST ZONE - Con.‘d

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD ABBRE- LOCAL NAMES Avan.- AVERACE WEIGHT AND DURARILITY THEAT- REFRAC-
TRADE NAME VIATED ABlLlTY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (see 4.3) ABlLlTY ToRIPiESSTO
SYMROL (see 4.1) AT I2 PERCENT Mors- (m 4.4) .4JR
Tuiw CONTENT SEASONING
(PC 4.2) (see 4.5)
f----
k/m’ Ib/fP

(1) (2) 13) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8: (9)

Miliua tomcnlosa (Roxb.) j. horn WOO humb (Guj & Mar). Z 735 Low __.
Sinclair woomb (Kan) (655-8351
(Syn. Saccopetalum lommtosum
Hook. f. et Th.)
Ouecinid odjeitmsis (Roxb.) SAD Z 850 53 High -- Xfoderate 80
Hkhreut -
sandan “(‘G” (Dyay);m :“:1”,“;
j)

(800-915) (50.57)
(Syn. Ougeinia dalbmgioides (Kun))l tewas (hlar)
Benth.)
Ptero~arpu~ morsupium Roxb. bijad BrJ beo (Guj), honne (Kan), Y 800 50 High e h&_&rate
bibla (Mar) (720-8801 (4.5-55)
Schleichna oleosa Oken. kusrm KUS sagrida, sagodi (Kan), Z I 10.5 Low a High
frijuga hosimb, kusurnb (Mar) (1060-I 185)
(~?,id , Schlcichera (SEL)

Sf#Ls&um sp. pads+ PAD kandol (Guj), genasing, Z i20 Low Moderate 85
mukaiti (Kan), kursing. (560-97.5) (3&
pudoli (Mar)
Shychnos nux-wmica Linn. knchln KUC: kara (hlar) % 880 55 - High
(--)
Syqgium sp. jfmmn JAM jambu (Gujl. nerlu Y 850 (G) Moderate High
(Sy:. Eugenic sp.) (Kan), jambul (&tar) (705-I 025) (4-;;4!
3iclona grandis Linn. f. teak TEA sag (Guj & hlar), sagwan x 640 High Moderate
(Hin), tegu (Kani (X5;;85) (32;f9)
Tevninalio bellirica Roxb. bahcra BAH bahcda (Guj), tare, tari Y LOW Moderate
(Kan), vehela (Mar) (67.5-895)
Termindia panic&&a Roth kindal KIN hPh”l”d,) (Kan), kindai Y 7 70 (4%-F) Moderate High
(655.8801 (415Zi)
Terminalia tommfosa Wight et laarel LAU karimatti, matti (Kanj, x 895 h~loderate High
Am. ain, sajad (Mar) (770-995) (48-62)
Vi&x sp. ssdla MIL n;kfn) (Guj), nerole 2 93q 58 High High
(655- 1 060) (41-66)
isd IRU ja$x) (Kan), jamba Y 8.50 53 High c Higli
(755-I 010) (47-63)

2. FURNITURE AND CABINET IIAKIXG

Adinu confifolia Hook. f iuldu halad\dar, haldwan Y 705 LO\\ a llodcrate


(Gu,j), hrddl. yttagal (655-785 / (4E9i
(iGIl), IwtJu (liar;
Albiizia lebbeck Benth. kokko sirsul (Karl), &I( hola, % 640 High c
six as, siris (hlarj (48;;!,5.5)
Albirria odorafissimn Brnth. kala-siris k;;;l:‘;r;o<,l(G$;, , ,)I;-, % High c
. (.%5-l 010)
3 ’ I I
TABLE IV CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, WEST ZONE - Cdd

fbT.WWXL .&ME STANDARD ABBRE- LOCALNAMES AVAIL- .%VER-\f:EIVEICHT ANU TREAT- KEPKAC- COMPARA.~II!E
TRADENAME VlATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGI~ ABILfTV fOY.INESS TO STRENGTH
SYMRoL (see4.1) AT 12 PERCENT MOIS- (siu4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT $
NRE CONTENT SEASONING ON THE Bsn
(see4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK AS
100
’ kg/m’ lb/I-t’ ’ (see 4.6)

(1) (2) (31 (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Albirria proura Benth. MfUGSiriS SSI karangro (Guj), bellati Z Moderate c Moderate 95
(Kan), kilai, kinbai (49!?35) (3,?2)
(Marj
PIT rakta-rohida (Mar) Y High - Moderate 95
(57z70) (3::8)
(Syn. Amoora rohituka Wight
et Am.)
Arwcurpus hetq&&is Lank. kathl KAT phanas (Guj & Mar), Z 595 High - Moderate 90
(Syn. Artocwpus in&griiXus halasu, habin (Kan) (415-735) (263-746)
Auct.)
Artocarpur hirsuta Lamk. dsli AIN hcbbalasu, hebhulsina Y 595 Low - Moderate 95
(Kan), pathphanas (400-755) (253-747)
(Mar)
Calophyllum sp. peon PO0 surhonni (Kan) Z 655 Moderate e Moderate 85
(48;;ii5) (3&)
Ccdrela toona Roxb. tocm TOO biligandhagiri (Kan), Z Low C Moderate 65
devdari (Mar) (249-238)
Chhoxyh swietmiaDC. tutiawood SAT mashwal (Kan), billu Z (38z10) Low High 130
(Mar) (8356;;05) (5;:s)
Chukrasia tabularis Adr.Jun. ChiCkS.MlSy CHI lal-devdari (Mar) Z Low C Moderate 90
(304251)
Dalbergia Iah~o&aRoxb. rosewood ROS shisham (Cuj St Mar), Y (48%15) High Moderate 115
dPp=fp4 biti (Kan) (4025)
Dill&a sp. DIL kanagola (Kan), karma1 Y (6460;8580) LOW - Moderate 80
(Mar) (3;;4)
DiospyIos m&moxylon Roxb. lbY EBO tamruj, timbervo, timru X (56%05) Low - Moderate 95
(Guj), balai (Kan), (655-1 105) (41-69)
temburni (Mar)
~Dysoxylum mnlaboricum WCE bilidwdari (Kan) Z 720 High - Moderate 90
Bedd. (3?50)
Gmelino arborca Linn. CAM shivani, shiwan (Guj & Z (5g5”~:oo) High - Moderate 75
Mar), kulimara (Kan) (4I;;;lO) (263-238)
Lagerstrcrnia lancrolata Wall. BEN nana (Guj & Mar), nandi Y High e Moderate 90
(Syn. Lagerstnznia microcarpa (Kan) (610-81.5) (3Z1)
Wight)
Lagerstrnmia parv~J%ra Roxb. LEN bondaro (Guj), chan- Z 755 LOW e High 95
nangi (Kan) (70.%&00) (4ZO)
z Mangifna indico Liin. mane0 MAN maw (Kan), amba Y Low a LdW 90
(Mar) (38q350)
Mit;&~ parvifolia (Roxb.) KAI kalam (Guj), kadawar Y (6’~~oo) Low b Moderate 85
(Kan), kaddam, kalamb (595-720) (3%)
(S;rirt h ,““p”eaw pmoifolia (Mar)
TABLE lV CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDlNG TO THEIR USES, dEST ZONE-Cod

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD AaBRE- LOCALNAM= AVAIL- AVERAGEWEICDT AM) DtlRAsILtTY TREAT- REPRAC- COMPARAWW
TRADENAME vIATaD AalLrrY RANGE OF WEtCD-l-a (m 4.3) ABILITY TOIUNESS TO &~ENGT t
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMon- (SW 4.4) Am GOEPPlCmNT
TUREGONTENT SEASONING ON THE BA~U
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK AS
* 100
’ kg/m’ lb/R ’ (set 4.6)
(1) (2) I3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (16) (11)
Ougeixiu oojcinenris (Roxbb) sandan SAD telus (Dangs), tanach Z 850 High - Moderate 105
Hochreut (Guj), karimuttal (808-915) (5fiz7,
(Svn. Ougeiaia dalbngioidos (Kan), tewas (Mar)
Benth.)
Ptcrocorpus marsupium Roxb. bijasal B1.J beo (Guj), honne (Kan), Y 800 High e Moderate 100
bibla (Mar) (455p55)
Stmospmnum sp. kandol (Guj), genasing, Z (72;2:80) Low - Moderate 95
prrdd PAD
mukarti (Kan), kursing, (568-975) (3%)
pudoli (Mar)
Tecfina grandis Linn. f. teak TEA sag (Guj & Mar), sagwan X High (t Moderate 108
(5 1;;85) (32qo9)
Terminalia paniculata Roth khdal KIN h!%)’ t&!f(an)kindal
, Y Moderate c High 108
(Mar) (4f-855)
Tenninalia tommtosa Wight et laurel LAU karimatti, matti (Kan), X (651?9!80) Moderate b High 110
Am. am, sajad (Mar) (770995) (42:2)

t 3. LIGHT PACKING CASES

$Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. mabamkb MAH aduso (Guj), helbeva Z 415 - - Low 70
(Kan), maharukh (Mar) (2 f-630)
SAlstonia scholaris R. Br. ChatifS CHT saptapami, satwin (Mar) Z (33:zo) LOW - Low 70
(221629)
Boswelliaserrata Roxb. SBld SAA saledi (Guj), salai (Mar) Y (3s!z35: Low e Low 85
(3 &)
SCanarium stricfum Roxb. white dbup WDH raldhup (Katz), gugul Z (4gz?6) Low - Low 95
Mar) (304047)
ZELeocarpus tubcrculatus nldrak RUD b6 utali, kadambola Z - - Low 75
Roxb. (Kan) (259036)
Gmelina arborea Linn. kulimara (Kan), shivani, High - Moderate 85
gpmad GAM Z
shiwan (Mar) (2:-238)
$ Hymenodicfyon excelsum Wali. kdkan KUT bogi (Kan), bhoga, bhor- Z (41:zo) LOW C Low 75
sal (Mar) (40&8y5) (2:!4)
Kydia calytiaa Roxb. PUL bhendi, warrang (Kan & Y - - Low -
P*
Mar) (24)
Lannca coromandelica Met-r. J~llm .lHI modhal, monia (Guj), Y ‘& Low e Moderate 75
(Syn. Lannea gram/is Eng.; gojjal (Kan), modal, (495-675) (3;:2)
Odina wodier Roxb.) moyee (Mar)
SLophopefalum wightianum banati BAN balpale, benate (Kan) Z 450 Low - Low 70
Am. (38$,$95) (2$)
$Machilus macrantha Nees machllus MAC gulmav, gulum (Kan), Z High - Low 90
poswa (Mar)
z MangtQera indica Linn. -go mavu (Kan), amba (Mar) Y (43EiG25)
(610-888)
(274339)

(38-50)
LOW a Low 110
BOTANICAL Nlute STANDARD Aroma- LOCALNA~~ Avm A\muoeWmm~AND TREAT- REPNM- COMPAKUWE
TRADE Nme YIATRD RANoEoPwElGHr3 ABILITY TORlNESSTO STRENGTH
SYMBOL gztl) AT 12 PERoEN-rMou- (sea4.4) AIR COEPPIcrENT
ONTHE Bwrs
TuaE CONTENT SEASONING
(see 4.!z) (see4.5) OF TEAKAS
4 100
’ kg/m’ Ib/fta ’ (see 4.6)

(‘1 (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 03) (9) (10) (11)

Polyalthia sp. debdam DEB gauri, murgouri (Kan) Z LOW - Moderate 85


(45z&) (2:!3)
fsalmalia malabarica Schott nemul SEM simalo (Guj), bural, sauri Y LOW a Low 70
& Endl. (Kan), sawar (Mar) (255-530) (lfz3)
(Syn. Bombax malabaricum
DC.)
$Tpondias sp. - AMR amte (Kan) , ambada, ‘450 Low - Low -
ranamboda (Mar)
Tetramekr nud+?ora R. Br. mainn MAX kapsin (Kan & Mar); &-I) Low a Low -
jermal (Mar)
z Trcwia nud$Iwa Linn . gate1 GUT katkumbal (Kan), petani, J&l) Low -. Low
petari (Mar)
Vuftia in&a Linn. vellapinc VEL guc$-, maddidbupa. paini &! LOW e Low 80
(Kan) (480-690)

4. HEAVY PACKING CASES


(for packing machinery and similar stores)

Adina cordiJ&a Hook. f. haidu HAL haladwar, haldwan Y 705 Low a Moderate 105
(Guj), heddi, yetagal, (655-785) (4Pi9j
Kan), hedu (Mar)
Artocnrpus heterofhyllus Lamk. katbal KAT p h anas (Guj & Mar), Z 595 High hloderate 95
(Syn. A&car@ intcgriioiius halasu, halsin (Kan) (415-735) (2s3-76)
Auct.)
Artocarpus hirsuta Lamk. aini AIN hebbalasu, hebhulsina Y 595 Low
(Kan), pathphanas (460-755)

BixhojFa jauanka Blume orlam URI n!Z!a (Kan), bok 755 Low High 95
(Mar)
Calophyllum sp. F” PO0 surhonni (Kanj (5g6F5) Moderate Moderate 100

Cedrela toona Roxb. toon TOO biligandhagiri


devdari (Mar)
(Kan), (48E1 5, Low Xloderate 80

Dilknia sp. dillcnia DIL kanagola (Kan), karma1


(Mar)
(38iEo) Low Moderate 90

fDy~o&m
Bedd.
malabaricum whitecedar M’CB bilidevdari (Kan) (56~i;05)
I595-8001
High Moderate 105

Gatuga @rata Roxb. bsW@ GAU kakad, karapti (Guj), X . 610 . Low e Moderate 95
t;u& (Kan), kakad (465-690)

Gmclina mbowa Linn. GAM kulimara (Kan), shivani, Z 515 High Moderate 85
shiwan (Mar) (415-610) (2?38)
TABLE IV CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, WEST ZONE---Ccntd

~~OTANICAL NAME STANDARD ABnRe- AVAIL- .\V1.RAC.E W%~C;HTAND TREAT- REFRAC- COMPARATIVE
TRADENAME WATE” ABILITY kANicE Ok \VEIOH7S ABILITY TORlNFU TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (MC 4.1; IT 12 PERCE.NT Mors- (see 4.4) .4lR COEPFICIENT
TLTE CklNTErVT ON THF. BASIS
;see4.2) OF ?‘E.AK As
---- 100
k< inis (set 4.6)
(1) (2) i3) (4, (6) (8) 19: (IO) (11)
Lagffstremia landala Wall beattsk BEN nana (Guj & hfarl. nandi 675 High e Moderate 105
(SF. Lagcrsfremia minocarpa (Kan) ,610-815)
Wight)
Lagrrrtramia paru$%ra Roib. lendi LEN bondaro (Cuj). chan- 755 LOW C High 110
nangi (Kan) (705-800)
: Mangifrra indica Linn. mango MAN maw (Kan), amba( 1Iar) 690 L.OW a Low 110

sfmqkimum sp. padri PAD kandol (Guj), gcnasing, (6%oo) LOW - Moderate 120
mukarti (K-an), kursing, &560-975)
pudoli (hlarj
Syzygium sp. jamaa JAM jambu (Guj). X!dU 850 Moderate e High 110
(Syn. Eqnia sp.) (Kan), jambul (hlar) (705- 1025)
Teclona grandif Linn t . teak TEA sag (Guj & hlar), sagwan 640 High e Moderate 100
(Hin), tegu (Kan) (515-785)
‘I-crminnulia
bellirica Roxb. bahera BAH baheda (Guj), tare, tari 815 I,oW b Moderate -
4. (Kan), vehela (Mar) (675-895)
c
5. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND TOOL HANDLES

Acacia arabica Willd. babul BAB baval, bawal (Guj), fah, Y 785 LOW b Moderate 135
jali, mashwel (Kan) (720-850) (4$3)
Acacia calcchu Willd. kbair KHA khalr (Hin), kath (Kan) Y- 1010 High - High 130
(880-I I 70) (55-73)
Anogeissus lufjfolia Wall. axlewood (bakli) AXL dhardq, dhauio, dhavado, 2 930 Low e High 120
dhavdo (Guj 8; hlar), (785-l 105) (4&
dindai (Kan)
kumbi KUM kaval (Kan), kumbhi, 2 x.5 High -_ High 95
kumbia (Mar) ,.j(iO-915) (3;:7;
rosewood ROS shisham (Guj Sr Rlar), Y 770 High - Moderate 110
(blackwood) biti (Kan) (64i;p) (4$
ebony EBO tamruj, timbrrvo, timru X Low -- Moderate 50
(Guj), balai (Kan), (655-I 105) (41-69)
temburni (Alar)
‘;rewia sp dbaman DHA dadsal, thadsal (Kan) Y 785 hloderate d Mod&rate 125
(610-880) (384955,
_--
f apxtran ia parviJloraRoxb. lendi LEN bondaro (Cuj), chan- % /.I., Low e High 100
(70.5-800) (4$0,
rhryeiniu oojchcnsis (Roxb.) sandan SAD % S.-JO High - . Lloderate 95
1tr,chr,:ut karinwttal 1800-915) (50-57)
~yn.. Oqeinia dulbcrgtiidu (Kan), tewas (hlar)
1st11th.)
% 1 IO5 Low a High 15.5
, I O(;O-I 185)/ (6&)
TABLE l-V 4XAS~CATlON TIMp]EILs AccoRDiiuG To THElR USES, WEST ZONE-Gmd 5:
ABBRE- LOCAL SAKES .4VAtL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AXD DURABILITY TREAT- REFRAS- C0MPARAnn &j
VIATED AlmJTY RANGE OF WEIGHTS !sa 4.3) TORINES TO STREWXM 68
SYMBOL (sac 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT .llon- &sj AIR COEFlXXBtW ’
TCRE CONTENT SEASONING ON TH& BASIS g
(=W !wc (5) OF TEAK AS
e
100
kg/m3 Ibift’ ’
(1) (2) (3 (4) (5) (6) (7) (8: (9) (10)
Sirjchnos nux-vomica Linn. kaChla KUC kara (hlar) 2 880 - - High

Thcspcsia pop&a Sol. bhendi BHE hoovarsu (Kan), bhcndi z kl


(W-895)
Z)

(4%)
- - hloderatc
(Mm)
6. TURNERY ARTICLES AND TOYS
Acacia m&ca Willd. babul BAB baval, bawal (Guj‘), fsli, Y 785 Low b bfoderate
jali, mashwel (Kan) (72;i9~)
Adilina cmdifolia Hook. f. luldu HAL haladwar. haldwan(Guj), Y I.OW a lloderate
heddi, yetagal (Kan), (655-785)
hedu (Mar)
Artocw@s hetnophyllus Lamk. phanas (Guj & Mar), 2 595 High --- Moderate
[Syn. Artoc+us intcgriflius hnlaq halsin (Kan) (415-735)
Auct.:
Artocar@u Ltisuh Lamk. Y 593 LOW
- hlodrrate
(4?:_555’ (2.$7:
Cedrcla toona Roxb. 2 LOW c Moderate
(38;;;lO) (24-38
i
tXomx$m &&nia DC. 2 60 LOW- - High
(835;;; 05) (12-69
Chakrasia &&&ti Adr. Juss. z Low c Moderate
(48&l 5) (3$
cw sp. r&kj (ffi), dalchini Z Low - Moderate
(545-770) i3&4::
DaIt.+a la#z~oolin
Roxb. &sham (G&j & Mar), Y 770. 48 Xigh - Moderate
i&i (Kan) (40--i :
(64$;80’
Dios&ros m&noxyIon Roxb. tam+ timbewo, timru X 52 ! oii hloderate
tGuj), b&i d&m), tem- (655-l 10.5) (41-69:
burni (Mar)
~Dyso.xylum malabaricum whitecedu ~bilidewdari (Kao j Z 720 kc Aerate
EIedd. (595-800) (3&
“”
Fagara budnmga Roxb. jam;n (K-j, tirphul, Z 735 Moderate
CSVn. .@ZthO~lUm rh&a tripbid (Mar) (690-815) (43% 1)
(Roxb.) DC.]
Car&& sp. Z 755 47 - WxIerate
Bvdenh
i6:;;3”) (43-52;
Gmclinn arborea Linn. Bmuri &ihivani, sbiwan (Guj & Z High - Moderate
Mar), I;uaimara (Kan) :41.‘,-GIO) (2t?38j
r_agersir@lnia hnuolatn Wall. iknteak ZIaRdi (Kan), nana (Mar) Y 675 High cf Aloderate
\t;lO-815) (3E1j

$hingan Y 575 36 I .O\\’ c hfoderatc


(Syn. Ma gran& Eng.; :-:9-l-67.5) (31-42)
Odina zoo&p Roxb.)
TABLE IV @IXAhFIGATiON OF TIMBERi AGGORDING k0 THEIR USES, WEST Z6NE - Ckd

BOTANICALNAME STANDARD AaLlitx- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- AVEIZAGEWEIGUT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REPRAC- COMPARATIVE
Ta.wx NAME ViATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (see 4.3) AxILrrY TORINESS
TO STRENGTH
SYMxoL (= 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMon- (Je#4.4) Am COEPPKXEti
TVRE CONTENT SEASONING ON THE B.ma
(see 4.2) (see4.5) OF TEAK w
I * , 100
kg/ma Ib/ft’- (se 4.6)

(1) Pi (3) (4) (5) (‘5) (7) (8) (10) (11)


Miliusa tomentosu (Roxb.) h- HO0 hzb(F;in)& Mar), Z 735 Low Moderate
J. Sinclair (655-835) (4fp52)
(Syn. saccopehllum iomextosum
Hook. f. et Th.)
Mcit&ya porvifolia (Roxb.) KAI kalam (Guj), kadawar Y 655 Low b Moderate
(Kan), kaddam, kalamb (595-720) (3;:5)
(Syn. . stephegyne pan$olia (Mar)
Korth.)
Santalum album Linn. saodalwood SAN gaudba (Kau), chandau Z 915 Moderate
(Mar) (-)
7. VENEERS AND PLYWOOD
Adina cordifolia Hook. f. haldo HAL baladwar, haldwan, Y 705 LOW a Moderate
(Guj), heddi, yetagal, (655-785) (4E9)
(K=), hedu (Mar)
u 2 Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. aduso (Guj), helbeva Z 415 - LOW
(Kau), maharukh (Mar) (2 zo)
Albizzia lebbeck Ben& kOkk0 KOK sirsul (Kan), chichola, Z (33z60) High Moderate
siras, siris (Mar) (T3i55) (3iz7)
Albizzia odoratissima Benth. kola-siris KS1 k&o-&as (Guj), bil- Z High Moderate
kambi,godhunchi (Kan) (3g3)
Albizzia procera Benth. Safed-sirIS SSI karangro (Guj), bellati Z (5g5s10) Moderate Moderate
(Kau), kilai, kinhai (495-835) (3?52)
(Mar)
SAlstonia scholaris R. Br. club GHT saptapami, satwin (Mar) Z 415 LOW Low
(35&F) (2F29)
Amoora sp. alnor - Y - h4oderate
(3z6)
Artocarpus heterophyllus Lamk. kathd KAT phanas (Guj & Mar), Z (4gz9z35) High Moderate
(Syn. Artocarpus intcgn~olins halasu, halsin (Kan) (415-735) (2z6)
Auct.)
Artocarpus hirsuta Lamk. AIN hebbalasu, hebhulsina Y 595 Low Moderate
(Kan),pathphanas (Mar) (?66j:55) (2::7)
Boswcllia smata Roxb. Sk4 saledi (Guj), salai (Mar) Y LoW Low
(313-650,
SCanarium strictum Roxb. WDH raldhup (Kan), gugul Z (4gz?6) Low LOW
(Mar) (30?7)
Chukrasio tabularis Adr. Juss. CHI laldevdari (Mar) Z (4860;7555) LOW Moderate
(3i251)
Dalbngia Iatifolia Roxb. ROS shisham (Guj & Mar), Y (48v7:‘5) High Moderate
biti (Kan) (64&;BO) (A!5)
Dillcnia sp. DIL kanagola (Kan), karma1 Y LoW Moderate
(Mar) (560-705) (3&)
bTANlGiL NAME STANQMtD AEaRs- LOCAL AVNL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND TREAT- REQRAC- CaIPARATlM
TRADE NAME VlATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTS ARu.rrY TGRINESS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT Mors- (see 4.4) AIR GOEPnCIENT ’
SEASONIN:~ ON THE Bose I-
T”RE CONTENT
(xc 4.2) (WC 45) OF TEAK AS
, II , loo
kg/m’ lb/F (see 4.6)
(1) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (“1
Dipterocarpuc indicus Bedd. GUR kalpine 2 785 Moderate b Moderate
(44496)
SDysoxylum malabaricwn Bedd. WCE Z (70~i~oo0) (3EO)
High - Moderate -
Fagara
[Syn.
budrunga Roxb.
~anthoxylum rhetsa
MUI Z (5g;i?oo)
(690-8 15) (4El)
Moderate - Moderate -
(Roxb.) DA]
Ganrga pinnata Roxb. GAU X 610 Low e Moderatl
(465-690) (2:-:3)

@m&a cirborea Linn. CAM Z 515 High - Moderate


(2&3)
z Hymenodictyon exc&um Wall. KUT Z (4’&:10) Low C
(400-5&45) (2::4)
Lagerstronia lanccolatu Wall. BEN Y High .e
(610-815) (384251)

JHI Y 575 Low e Moderate


(Syn. Lunnea grandis Eng.; (495-675) (3 ::2)
Odina wodier Roxb.)
$ Lophopetalum wightianum Am. balsatl BAN Z 450 Low - Low
$1)
f&fachilw macrantha Nees machllus hfAC Z (38zj4d5) High - LOW

SMang$era indica Linn. MAN Y (43:!z25) (27633g) LOW a Low


(61;-8;0) (3QO)
fSalmaiia malabwua Schott SEM Y Low a Low
,& Endl. (255-530) (16-33)
(Syn. Bombax malabaricum DC.)
Syrygium sp. Y 850 53 Moderate High -
(Syn. Eugenia sp.) (446064)
Tectona grandis Linn. f. teak TEA X (705Aoo25) High Moderate -
Terninalin paniculata Roth bindal kind Y (5’Z5) (3z9) Moderatr High -
(4t;655)
Terminalia tomentosa Wight et hUd , L.4u karimatti, matti (Kan), X (65:if80) Moderate high -
Ar11. ain, sajad (Mar) (&95)
T&am& nrrdioJra R. &r. maina kapsin (Kan & Mar), Z (4;:2) LO\\ LOW -
jermnl (Mar) ._
z 7iewin nudzipora Linn. gutel GUT katkumbal (Kan), petani, Z %A (;;d Low LOlV
petari (Mar) !r)
V&rla indica Linn. vellaplne guqle, maddidhupa, Z :>9:i $7) Lou c Low
(Kan) (480-690 j (30-43)
TABLE V CLASSIEICATION OF TIMBBRS ACCORDIX’JG TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE
(C1uu.w 4)
NoTE - Mark ($) against a soecies indicates matchwood.

BOTANICALNlua STANDARD ABBRR- LOCXL NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIoHT ANd TREAT- REPRAC- COMPARATIWI

TRADE NAME VIATED ABILITY RANoR OF WEIGHTs ARILITY TORINESS TO STRENGTH


SYMBOL (We 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMon- (me 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTENT SEASONING ONTHEBASIS
(see 4.2) (set 4.5) OF TEAK w
100
kg/ma lb/P (see 4.6)

(1) (2, (3) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)


1. CONSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSES
Acacia arabica Willd. babEI BAB karijali (Kan), karuvelam Y 785 LOW b Moderate 105
(Mal), karuvai (Tam), (720-850) (454853)
nallatumma (Tel)
Achcia ca&chu Wiild. khair KHA karangalli (Tam), Sandra Z 1010 High - High 120
(Tel) (88;-:;70) (5z73)
Acacia nrndra Willd. IaI-khair LKH 2 - - High 150
(6:;7)
Acmccirpur
fiarim~lias Wight mmsdani belanji (Kan), kuranyan, Z (l 04zG235) Low C Moderate 100
malaveppu (Mal), (465.800) (2!?50)
malamkonnai (Tam)
Adina cordifoliu Hook. f. haId= HAL yettaga (Kan), bimbu X 705 Low a Moderate 80
(Mal), kadambari, (655-785) (429)
Y manjakadambai (Tam),
bandaru fTe1)
A&Ml sp. AGL karangil (Mal)~ chokkala Z 850 - - High 105
pdr;r
(Tam) (32%0)
Albizzia lcbbcck Be&. kokko K@K bage (Kan), vaka (Mal), Y (%zjO) High C Moderate 90
vagai (Tam), dirisinam (480-755) (3Z7)
(Tel\
\- --I

Albirzia o&ratissima Ben& I‘ -- KS1 ehelavagai (Kan), karu- Y 735 High e Moderate 120
vaka (Mal), karuvagai (595-l 010) (3G3)
(Tam)_, chinduga (Tel)
Albizzia p~ocera Benth. lmfed-sirim 3SI salvagar (Kan), vellavaka Z 640 Moderate C Moderate 85
(Mal), velvagai (Tam), (495-835) (3?!2)
tella chinduga (Tel)
Anog&ms latiflia Wall. ulewood(bakli)AXL bejjal, dinduga (Kan) , X 975 LOW e High 95
vellanava (Mal),, vella- !8G-1 105) $69)
nagai (Tam), chrrumanu
(Tel)
A;@~IKs polystachya (Wall.) pitraj PIT mullumuttaga :Kan), % High -- Moderate 90
karigil (Mal), vekkali, (3&
(Syn. Amoora rohiturta Wight vellakongu (Tam)
et Am.) b;:
Artocorpus hetmofihylluc Lamk. hathaI KAT alasua, halasu (Kan), \’ j9.5 High - Moderate 75
(Syn. Artocnrpus intqriiolius pilavu (Ma]), pila ‘;-i1.5-735) (2t%6)
-Auct.) (Tam), panasa (Tel)
Artocarpus hirsuta Lamk. aimi AlN hebbalaw (Kan), aini- Y 595 Low - Moderate
pilavu (Ma]), ainipila, (400-755) (253-747)
nnjili (Tam)
,

TABLE V WCXTION OF m ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, SOUTii ZONE-Conld

BOTANICAL NAME SrAxwnn ABEaRE- LOCAL NAUF.S AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REFRAC- COHPARAnM
T‘UDE ?iAUE VIATED ABlLLTV RANGE OF WEIGHT (sea 4.3j AnILtTY TORINESS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (set 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT Mors- (su 4.4) AIR COEFFKXCNT
TURE CONTENT SEASONING ON THE BASU
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK M
c 100
icg/ma lb/f+ (xc 4.6)
(1) !2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Artocarpus lakoocha Roxb. lakooch L\R vate (Kan) 2 640 High - Moderate -
F)
BischoJlo jauanica Blume suiam URI cholavenga (Mal), chola- z &) Low e High 75
vengai, malachadayan (595-865) (374754)
(Tam)
Bridrlia retusa Spreng. kasi KAS guje, komangi (Kan) , Z 595 Moderate e Moderate 75
mulluvenga (Mal), mul- (515-675) (323-742)
vengai (Tam), kor-
amanu (Tel)
Calophylim sp. PO0 goja, salhonne, surahxme Y 655 M&ierate e Moderate 85
(Kan), punna (Ma]), (480-815) (304151)
katbupinnai (Tam)
CAS kesarike (Kan), chula- X 850 Low c High 90
maram (Mal), savukku (785-930) (495-38)
(Tam), chavuku, saravu
(Tel)
2 Cedrcla tuna Roxb. tooss TOO gandbagarige (Kan), Y 515 Low c Moderate 60
chuvannagil (Xlal), (385-610) (2:-!38)
malavembu (Tam), gali-
manu (Tel!
Chlmoxylon .rwic&nia DC. satinwood S.4T muragalu &an), porasu Y 960 Low - High 110
(Tam), bilga, biilu (835-1 105) (5E9)
II-cl\
\- ~I

Chukrmia tabulatis Adr. Juss. ckickrassy CHI urulu (Kan), malaveppu z 67.5 Lo\r c Moderate 90
(Ma]), madagirivembu (480-8 1.5) (3z5,)
(Tam)
Cullenia excelsa Wight karaai KAk mulluchakka (Ma!), aini- Y 640 Low b LOW 100
pila, vedipila (Tam) (560-720) (3{-i5)
Daibergia ktifolia Roxb. rbscwood ROS biti (Kan), veeti (?&I), X 770 High - Moderate 80
(blackwd) itti ITam), jittegi (Tel) (640-880~ (40-53)
Diocpyros sp. &Ony EBO tupra (Kan), thumhi Y 8S.i 52 Low - Moderate 75
(Tam), tuki, tumiki (Tel) (6:ii- 1 10.5)
Dipterocarpus indicus Bedd. mu3= GCR yennemara (Coorg), kal- s 78 i ‘“:‘sc’“’ Moderate b Moderate 105
payini, kalpine (llal), (705-900) (44-56)
enney, vellayini (Tamj
Eucalyptus glob&s Labill. blue gum BGU karpooramaram (Tam) Y 850 ‘3 High e High 120
(69$L;6”) (43-60)
Gluta tmuancorica Re&I. gluta GLU devdari (Kan), chenku- Z 45 High - High 115
rumHi (Ma]), senkuiunji (.595-900) (37-56)
(Tam)
Cmlina arborra Linn. g-ri G.\M kumulu, shivane (Kan). Y 3’ High .- 55
kumilu (Ma]), kumil (‘26-38)
(Tam), gummadi ftili
TABLE V CLASSIFf&ATiON OF TlMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE -- C’wd

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD LOCALSAYES DI:RADILITY


TRADE NAME (VP 4.3)

’ kg/m” Ib!ft3 ’
(1) :3) (4) (6) (7’
GrewintiliajXa Vahl. DHA thadasalu (Kan): chada- 78.i 49
chi (Mal), thadachi (61 O-880) (38-55)
(Tam), peddajana (Tel j
Hardwickia binata Roxb. A?;J karaeha, karachi (Kan), 830 53 IIiqh I ligll
acha (MaI & Tam), yepi (735-l 025) (46-64:
(Td)
Hopa sp. HOP bogimar (Kant, irumbo- 995 High Hi&
gam (&&I), vetlaigongu (755-1 170) (4?73)
(Tam)
K@ioa%ndroi~f&natam
(Roxb.) PIN yennamasa (Kan), chuk- 625 High XIodrrate
kanaqiyini (MaI) > (530-705) (3Z-14)
(S~~&ick+anataRoxb.) kolavu (Tam)
Lugerstraa~ lanc8oiataWall. BEN bendeku, nandi (Kan), 610 Hi!+
(Syn Lagerstraniamicrocarpa venteak (Mal), bethe- (480-703) (303-844)
W+w kku, ventbekhu (Tam)
Lagsrrtraa&a
@vi&a Roxb. LEN ebannangi (Kan & Tel\, 755 I,O\\ High
nanago (Mal), pei- (705-800) (444750)
kadukkai (Tam)
Logerstremia $&osa Pp. JAR nirmaruthu (Mal), 625 Moderate
(Syn. LugersiremiapoJr@Jfe poomaruthu, pumarudu (495-785) (3Z9)
Reiz.) (Tam,
Lmmcaawomand&ca Meri. JHI gero (Kan), annakara, 575 LO{\ lloderatc
(Syn. Lunlwa grandi.sEng.; utbi (Mal), kalasan, (495-675) (3::2;
Odina modicrRoxb.) odiyamaram (Tam),
gumpini (Tel)
Ma&&s sp. mahE MALT sannaippc (Kan), nattuil- 915 High High
(Syn. &rsia sp.) lupai (Tam), ippa (Tel) (755;;0040) (475-7s5)
~Mang$ra ind& Linn. MAN mavu (Kan), mamaram Low I,OW
(Tam), mamidi (Tel) (6 1O-800) (3$0)
BUL bakula, mugali (Kan), 895 High High
eleng~ (Malj, nanupala (785-995) (49-62)
(Tern), pala (Tel)
Murcr fma Linn. MES nagasampigi (Kan). chu- 1135 High High
ndi (Ma]), nangal, (1010-1 300) $3,
nangu (Tam), nagake-
sari (Tel)
Pda.ghm d&t&m (Dalz.) PAL hadasale (Kan), palva- 640 Moderate hfoderate 95
dinjan (Tam) (495-770) (3 %;
DiChOpSiS elliptica
B+w
Poctlmmm indicmn Bedd. RAL baitige, balagi (Kan)? I 135 Moderate High 145
vayal (Ma]), putangah (1 010-I 235) (&7,
(Tam)
TABLE V CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDkNG TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE-Cod

BOTANIGAL NAME STANDARD ABBBB- AVAIL- AVERACEWEIGHTAND TREAT- REPRAC- COMPARATI"E


TRADE NAMB MATED ABILlTY RANCF,or WEIGHT I;BILITY TORINESSTO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (m 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTh4ors- (zec4.4) AIR CoePgIclENT
TL‘RECONTENT SEA.%oNl.NC ONTHEBASF
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) QP TEAK AS
------h--, 100
kg/m3 Ib/fP (see 4.6)
(2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (18) (11)
bijasa! BIJ honne (Kan). venga Y 800 =gh e Moderate 100
W2U, vrngai (Tzm) , (720-880) (4::5)
yegi (Tel)
&rocar/nu srmtalalinus
Linn. f. red smders - RSA rakthachandanam (Kan Y I 105 - - High 125
& Mall. II
chemmaram (900-1 265) (5Z9)
(T&m), yerra-sandanam
(Tel)
KUS s&adk (Kan), puvam Y 1 105 LOW a High 140
(Mal & Tam), puhtsari (1060-l 185)

PAD kiE:i pathiri (Kan), Y 720 Low - Moderate 85


pad% (Ma1 & Tam), (560-975)
isikirasi (Tei)
Sbychno3nux-cwnicaLinn. kuchla KUC kasan, kasartka (Kq)! X 880 - - High -
kanjiram (Mal), yettt (-)
mushti (Tel)
s .qgiunl sp. jrman JAM nZl?D)’ nerula (Kan), 1 850 Moderate c High 95
Syn. ltbpnia sp.1
(-.r n&l (Ma1 & Tam), (705-I 025)
neredu (Tel)
T& indica Linn. im!i Ih,fL hunse (Kan), puli (Tam), X 915 - - Moderate 65
ehintha (Tel)
Tcc&na graBdDLinn. f. teak TEA sagtwain, thega, thekin- X &GI High e Moderate loo
amra (Kan), theku (Xl21 (560-850)
& Tam), teku (Tel)
Terminalin atjuna W & A. arjun ARJ bilimaddi, thoramatti \- 815 Moderate b Moderate 70
wm0$iy ;;:q 9 (640-995)

telhimaddi (Tel) ’
Terminalia chebula Retz. m ytabolan hfI.R allale (Kan)? pulincakku Y 945 59 Low c High 105
(Mal), colarppakku, illa- (75.5-1 149) (47-71)
gucam, kadukkai (Tami,
karakkai (Tel)
I-erminaliafaniculata Roth kindal KlX’i hdnagalu, honal, hunal s Moderate e High 95
(Kanj. pillamarudu (72%00) (4?56)
(Ma1 & Tam), nallapu-
laga (Tel)
T;fnalia tomentosa Wight et laurel banappu (Kan?, karu- X 895 Moderate 1, High loo
marudu (Mal), karima- (770-995) (4&
rudu. matti (Tam),
nallamaddi (TcI)
Vitc.c alti.wima Linn. t rixilbs naviladi, nevaladi (Kan). z 930 High High 115
mvladi (Mall. maviladi (655-l 060) $66)
(Tam), ’ nemiliyadugu
(Tel)
TABLE V CLASlFlCATlON OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE-ConM

BOT~ICAL NAW STANDARD ABBRE- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- AVERAGE Wmxrr AND DunABiLITY TREAT- REPRAC- COMPARATIVE
TRADE NAME VIATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGH-N (w 4.3) ABILlTy TORINESS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMOIS- (ICC4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE co-h-r SEASONING ON THEBASER
(see 4.2) (see 4.5) OP TEAK M
ww loo
kg/ma lb/ft* (see 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Xylia xflocarpn Taub. iS%l IRU jambe, tirwa (Kan), irul X 850 High e High 105
(Tam), konda tangedu (755-l 010) (4Z3,
(Tel)
2. FURNITURE AND CABINET MAKING
Acrocarpus fraxinifolius Wight mumlusi belanji (Kan), kuranyan, 2 LOti c Moderate loo
malavcppu (Ma% (4665~00) (2GO)
malamkonnai (Tam)
Adina cwdifol;o Hook. f. kaldas HAL ye.taga (Kan), bimbu X 705 Low a Moderate 95
(Mal), kadambari, man- (655-785) (4E9)
jakadambai (Tam),
bandaru (Tel)
Albirria lebbeck Benth. kokko KOK bage (Kan), vaka (Ma]), Y High Moderate 95
vagai (Tam), dirisinum (5lZ55) (3Z7)
(Tel)
Albizria odoratissima Benth. kale&is KS1 cbelavagai (Kan), karu- Y 735 High Moderate 140
(595-l 010) (3746s3)
;~&)?!!~z!bu$?&?$i
Albirria procera Beuth. SrfcdriSiS SSI salvagd (Kan), vellavaka z 640 Moderate Moderate 95
(Ma]), velvagai (Tam), (495-835) (3?!2)
tellachinduga (Tel)
A;@~6xisp”!ystachfl (Wail.) pitrrj PIT mullumuttaga (Kan), Z High Moderate 95
karagil (Ma]), vckkali, (57Z70) (36438)
(SF. Amoora rohituka vellakongu (Tam)
Wight et Am.)
Artocarpus hetero~lryllus Lamk. katld KAT alasua, halasu (Kan) , Y 595 High - Moderate 90
(Syn. Artocarpus intep~olius pilavu (Ma]), pila (415-735) (2:-;6)
A&.) (Tam), panasa (Tel)
Artocarpus hirsuta Lamk. ahi AIN hebbalasu (Kan), ainipi- Y 595 Low - Moderate 95
lavu (Ma]), ainipila, (400-755) (253-747)
anjili (Tam)
Calophyllum sp. peon PO0 goja, salhonnr, surahonne Y 655 Moderate e Moderate 85
(Kan), punna (Mal), (480-815) (3&)
kathrminnai (Tam)
Cedrcla toona Roxb. toon TOO gantihagaripc (Kan), chu- Y 515 Low C tioderate 65
vannagil (Ma]), mala- (385-610) (2:;8)
vembu (Tam), galima-
nu (Tel)
Ct!loroqlon swieteniaDC. satislwood SA? quraealu (Kan), portiu Y 960 Low High 130
(Tam), bilga, billu (Tel) (52qos9,
Chukrasia tabularis Adr. Juss. ClAiCkUlSSSy CHI urulu (Kan), malaveppu z (835& 05) Low c Moderate 90
(Ma]), madagirivembu (480-815) (3Zl)
(Tam)
TABLE V CLASSIFICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO TAEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE - Chfd

BOTANICALNAME STANDARD ABRRE- i,(iCAL NAhIbS AVAIL- AVERACE WEWHTAND DUaABILllY TREAT- REPRW- COMPARATIVE
TRADENA~ “IATBD ABILITY RGGE OF WEICIITS (see 4.3) ABILIn TORINESS +O STRENGTH
SVMBOL (set 4.1) AT 12 PERCENT &lOIS- (set 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT '
TURE hNTEN1 SEASONING ON THE BASIN c
(see4.2) (see 4.5) OFTEAKAS
c loo
’ kg/m3 Ib/fts - (see 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6: (7) (8) (9! (10) (11)
Dnlbergia iatiflia Roxb. rosevood ROS biti (Kan), vrcti (Mal), X 770 High - Moderate 115
(blackwood) itti (Tarn), jittegi (Tel) (4E!5)
Diospyros sp. ebony EBO tuDra (Kanf. thumbi Y (64:i8580’ Low - hloderate 95
(Tam), ’ tulii, tumiki (655-l 105) (4Z9)
(Tel’
$Dysoxylum m a i a b a r i c u m white cedar WCE &la-&l (Mal PCTam) 1’ 720 High - Moderate 90
Eedd. (3ZO)
Fagara budrunga Roxb. mulElam MU1 rnuttilam (Tam), rhetsa 2 (59zoo) Moderate - Moderate 100
ISyn. +nthoxylum *h&a (Tel) (690-S 15) (43461)

C\%?~~~a~%a Bcdd. gluts CLU devdari (Kan), chenku- 2 720 High - High 110
runchi (Ma]), senkurunji :595-9W) (3%6)
(Tam)
Gmdina arborea I-inn. GAM kumulu, shivane (#an), Y 515 32 High - Moderate 75
kumilu (Mal), kumil :415-610) (26-38)
(Tam), gummadi (Tel)
Kingiodcndrvn pinnatum p;lcy PIN yennamara (Kan), chuk- Y 625 High e Moderate 90
(Roxb.) H-. kanna-payini (Ma]), (530-705) (333844j
(Syn. Hardwickia pinnata kolavu (Tam)
Roxb.)
Lagcrstremia lanceolata Wall. benteak BEti bendrku, nandi (Kan), X 610 t 38 High e Moderate 90
(Syn. Lagerstrlrania microcarpa venteak (Mal), bgthek- (480-705) (30-44)
Wigh t) ku, venthekhu (Tam)
La&rstmmia j&nj%ra Roxb. lendi LEN channangi (Kan & Tel), Z 755 Low e High a5
nanagu (Mal), peiks- (705-800) (444750)
dukkai (Tam)
X~hcf=~~ wightianum bonrti BAN balpale (pan), karuka, Z 450 Low - Low 60
venkatavu (Mal), ven- (385-495) (& j
gottai (Tam)
hfichclia champaca Linn. cbunp CHM sampige (Kan), chambe- 2 495 Low e Moderate 70
gam, chempakam, <hart- (400-595) (25%7)
bagam (Tam), cbampa-
Lam (Tel)
KAI kadamba, vimbusira- Y 655 LOW b Moderate a5
kadambu (Mali, nedu- (595-720 j
narai, nirkadambai
(Tam)

Pa&q&n cllipticnm (Dalx.) Q~E PAL hadasale (Kan), palva- X Moderate c Moderate 85
Ettgler dinjan (Tam) (49%70]
(Syn. Dichvpkisellipttka Benth.)
ptoermp~s marsupium Roxb. bijasal B1.J honne (Kan)! venga Y High e Mod&ate 108
(Mal), vengat (Tam), (72Ei80)
yegi (Tel)
TABLE V CLASSIPICATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO hiEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE -Cm&f

STANDMUJ ABBRE- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- Av~na3~Werou~AND DURABILITY TREAT- REPKAC- COMPARATWE
TRADE NAME VIATED ABILITY RhN3eorW~r3HTs (see4.3) ABIL- TORlNESS TO STRENG~
SYMBOL (*h1) AT 12 PERCENT MOIS- (see4.4) AlR COEFFICKWT
TURECO-NT Sa~s0NtN0 ON THE B~wrs
(SW 4.2) (&?c4.5) OF TEAKAS
I . 100
tIma lb/ft’ (see4.6)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (61 (9) (10) (11)
Pterocarjw santalinus Linn. f. red sanders RSA rakhtachandanam (Kan Y 1 105 - - High 165
& Mal), chemmaram (900-l 265) (5&
(Tam), yerra-sandanam
(Tel)
Stereospermum sp. padii PAD kaladri, pathiri (Kan), Y 720 Low - Moderate 95
padiri (Ma1 & Tam), (560-975) (354561)
isikirasi (Tel)
Swieteniasp. MAO - Z 655 - - Moderate -.
de&F-Y
&
Tectona grnndis Linn. f. teak TEA saguvain, thega, theki- X &l! High e Moderate JOO
namra (Kan), theku (560-850) (354-353)
(Ma1 &Tam), teku (Tel)
Terminalia paniculata Roth kindal KIN honagalu, honal, hunal X 800 Moderate c High 100
(Kan), pillamarudu (720-900) (4::6)
(Ma1 & Tam), nallapu-
laga (Tel)
firninllia tomentosa Wight et laurel LAIJ banappu (Kan), karuma- X 895 Moderate b High 110
Am. ruuu, (Mal): karima- (770-995) (48%2)
matte (Tam),
nallamaddi (Tel)

3. LIGHT PACKING CASES

$Ailanthw excelsa Roxb. halmaddi, maddidhupa


(Kan) /
Ailanthus malabarica DC. peenari, perumaram, pon-
MAH Y 415 Low 70
giliyam (Mat), mattipal,
(335-4.80) (2 E-SO)
pimaram (Tam), ped-
J damanu (Tel)
Alstonia scholar% R. Br. chatian CHT ezhiiampala, mukamnala Y 415 I.OW - Low 70
(Mal), elalaipalai, muk- (350-4653 (2Z9j
kampalei, palegaruda

:Anthoccphalus cndatiba Miq. kadam KAD at%?kku kadambam Z 495 J.ow a Low 85
(Mal), koia aiyila, vella- (385-640) (2‘zlO)
kadam (Tam)
Antiaris toxicaria Leschen. upas UPA arcianjili (Mal), mara- Z 320 Low - E:
vari, peymaram (Tam) (II) ..
$Canariumstricturn Rnxb. w$itedhup WDH kunthirikka-payin (Mal), Y i;b’ Low - Low 95
karapu, karum, karun- (480-755) (30404?) g
W
kungiliam (Tam) s
!Mlenia excelsa Wight karani JiAR mulluchakka (Mal), aini- Y 640 Low b Low 100
pila, vedipila (Tam) (560-720) (3?15) 5;
OF TIMBERS ACCORDING
E
TABLE V CLASSIFICATION TO THEIR Uses, SOUTH ZONE-Cod ..
BOTANICAL N&%E STANDARD ABBRE- LOCAL N.%wes AVAIL- AVERAGE Wews~ AND DURABIL~Y TRIMT- REPRAC- C%,PARATI!d.
T~UDE NAVE VIATEO ABILITY RANGE OF W~rom (see 4.3) ABILITY TORINESSTO STRENGTH u
SYMBOL (see4.1) AT 12 PERCENT MOIS- (see 4.4) AIR COEPFICIE~ L
TURE CONTENT SEASONING ON TFlE Bwn
(set 4.2) (see 4.5) OF TEAK M
r A , 100
kg/m’ Ib/ft’ (see 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
Etmcarpus tubcrcula&s Roxb. nsdsmk RUD kadambola (Kan), am- z 480 - - Low 75
makaram, kodavari (400-575) (2:;s)
(Ma]), rudraksham
(Tam)
$ Evodia lunur-ankenda Merr. kambli KAB kattu chempakkam Y 495 - - Moderate -
(Svn. Evodia roxburghiana (Tam) (-1 &
Benth.)
Cmelina arborea Linn. llrmnd GAM kumulu, shivane (Kan), Y 515 32 High - Moderate 85
kumilu (Ma]), kumil (415-610) (26-38)
(Tam). gummadi (Tel)
Holopklea integr~ifolia Plan& knnjo KAN thaosi (Kan), aval (Mar), 2 595 Low b Moderate 95
ayili (Taq) (3&,
Kncma affmwzfa Warb. jathikal JAT ch.tnnel$ choisnanu i (48!;:55) Law - Low 75
(Svn. Myrislica altenuata (Mal), Jattikkai (Tam) (415-595) (26-37)
Wall.)
Kydia cal&cina Roxb. +a PUL velukku (Ma]), bendi, Y 385 - - Low -
vattakannu, vcndai (-1 2)
(Tam)
Laitnea coromandelica Merr. f&l!w JHI gem (Kan), annakara, Y 575 LOW e Mode -ate 75
(Svn. Lannca .yandir Eng.; uthi (Ma!), kalasan, (495-675) (3 Z2)
Odina wad& Roxb.) odi);amaram (Tam),
gumpini (Tel)
$ Lophopetalum wightianum Am. banati BAN baloale (Kan), karuka, 2 450 Low - Low 70
venkatavu (Mal), ven- (385-495) (2z3,)
gottai (Tam)
$ Machilus mama&a Nees XXUChilM MAC gulamavo, gulmao (Kan), Y 530 High - Low 90
uravu (Mal), kolamavu, (430-625) (273-339)
kolarmavu (Tam)
~Man@@a indica Linn. -go MAN mavu (Kan), mamaram X 690 LOW a Low 110
(Tam), mainidi (Tel} (3:-o)
Mtia conbatita Willd. malabar MNE kattu vewu (?Jal), mall- 2 (6140;8610) - - Moderate -
(Syri. Mdia dubia Hiern) ncem ay venibu (Tam)
Prerygota alata R. Br. M&d NAR anath>ndi, pothondi 2 560 - - Low 90
(Syn. Stcmlia alata Roxb.) (Ma\), anaithondi (450-640) (:?40)

$ !Mmalia malabarica Schott semd SEM i,(aZm) poola (Mal), Y 385 Low a Low 70
& Endl. ilavim (Tam), buruga (255-530) (*z-:3)
(Svn. Bombax maIabaricum (Tel)
DC.)
SStekculia villasa Roxb. ndal UDA muruthon (Mal), vak- Y 270 - - Low -
kainar (Tam) (Z)
Tctramclcs nudipDra R. Br. naaina MAI bolur (Kan), chini (Ma1 X &I) Low a Low -
& Tam) (-) (-)
TABLE V CLASSIFNXTIOH OF TIM’JERS ACCOXDINC TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE-Contd

BOTANKXL NAME STANDARD ABBRB- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL- Avtx4oe WEGHTAND TREAT- REPRAC- COMPARATNB
TRADE NAME VXATED ABILITY R~YGE OF WEKZKT3 ABILITY TORINESS TO !hRBNDTH
SYMBOL (SC84.1) AT 12 PERCENT Mors- (sac4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
TURE CONTBNT SEASONING ONTHB Blws
(see4.2) (m 4.5) OF TEAK w
L 100
’ kg/m’ lb/ft’ ’ (see4.6)
(1) (21 (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)
$ Trcwia nud$ora Linn. gutel GUT naikumoil, pamambara- Y 450 28 Low - Low -
kumbil, thwala (Mal), (-) (-)
kumbala (Tam)
Valtria indica Linn. vellapine VEL dhu?, kailhuoa (Kan), X 595 Low e Low 80
paym, vellakunthirikrm (480-690) (3lz3)
(Mal), vellaikundrikam,
vellapayini (Tam)

4. HEAVY PACKING CASES


(for packing machinery and similar stores)

Acrocarpur fiuxinifblius Wight MUN belanji (Kan), kuranyan, Z 690 LOW c Moderate 110
malaveoou (465-800) (2ZO)
malamkonnai (T~I$?‘)’
Adina cordiflia Hook. f. haldu HAL yettaga (Kan), biAbu X 705 I,OW a Moderate 105
(Mal), kadambari, man- (655-785) (4Z9)
jakadambai (Tam), ban-
daru (Tel)
Al$z$z chincnris (Osbeck) SiriS SIR kalbage (Kan), pottugaka Z 400 LOW e Moderate -
(Mal), nirusil, nilivagai (-) (25)
(Syn. ‘dlbirria sti@lata _ (Tam), bandichinduga
Boivin)
Artocarpus hetcrvphyk Lamk. kathal KAT a!z! halasu (Kan), Y 595 High - Moderate 95
(Syn. Artocarpus integrifolius pilav; (Mal), pila (415-735) (2:-;6)
-Auct.) (Tam), panasa (Tel)
Artocarpus hirsuta Lamk. &Ii AIN hebbalasu (Kan)! aini- Y 595 LOW - Moderate 95
pilavu (MI), amipila, (400-755) &7)
anjili (Tam)
Sischofa jovanica Blume uriam URI cholavenga (Mal), cho- Z 755 LOW e High 95
lavengai, malachadayan (595-865) (3?54)
(Tam)
Calophyllum sp. peon PO0 goja, salhonne, surahohne Y 6.55 Moderate e Moderate 100
(Kan), punna (Mal), (480-815) (3%)
kathumnnai (Tam)
Cadre/a toono Roxb. tooa TOO gandhagarige (Kan) , chu- Y 515 LOW C Moderate 80
vannagil (Mal), mala- (385-610) $38)
vc&+ (Tam), galimanu P
Diptcfocorpus indicw Bedd. grtti- GUR yennemara (Coorg), lal- X 785 Moderate b Moderate 105
payini, kaloine (Ma]), (705-895) (4:-:6) 8
enney, vellayini (Tam) I
~Dyso&~m malabaricum Redd. white cedar WCE vella-gil (Ma1 & Tam) Y 720 High - Moderate 105 !?!
(595-800) (3;-:0)
a
TABLE V CLASSII’ICATION OF TIMBBBS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE-CWd

BOTANICAL NAME STANDARD t\BBRE- LOCAL NAM= AVAIL- AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REPRAC- coMPAR4TIvs
TRADE NAME “IATED ABILITY RANGE OF WEIGHTS (see 4.3) ABILITY TORINESS TO STRENGTH
SYMBOL (= 41) AT 12 PERCENT ,hfOlS- (ses 4.4) AIR COEPPI~E~
TURE CONTENT SIZA~ONIN~ ON THE BWB
(se6 4.2) (ses 4.5) OF TEAK M
I L \ 100
kg/ma lb/fts . (see 4.6)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 03) (9) (IO) (11)
Fagara budrunga Roxb. mullilam MU1 muttilam (Tam), rhctsa 1. 735 Moderate - Modcratc 110
CSyn. <anthoxylum rhetsa (Tel) (690-815) (434651)
(Roxb.) DC.]
Garuga pinnata Roxb. garuga GAU godda, halabolagi (Kan), 2 610 Low e Moderate 95
annakara (Mall, karu- (465-690) (2:-:3)
vembu (Tam)
Cm&a arborea Linn. gamari kumulu, shivane (Kan), Y 515 High - Moderate 85
kumilu (Mal), kumil (415-610) (22-58)
(Tam), gummadi (Tel)
Kingiodendronpinnatum (Roxb.) Pi=Y PIN yennamara (Kan), chuk- Y 625 High e Moderate 100
Harms. kanna-payini (Mal), (530-705) (3:-:4)
(Syn. Hardwickia pinnata Roxb.) kolavu (Tam)
Knemo attenuota Warb. iathikai JAT chennelli, chorapanu 2 515 Low - Low 75
(Syn. Myrictica attmuata - (Mal), Jattikkai (Tam) (415-595) (26?37)
Wall.)
Lwerstrcrmia lanceolata Wall. benteak BEN bendeku, nandi (Kan), X 610 Higb e Modcrate 105
(S$;hfPB”ltremia microcarpa venteak (Mal), bethe- (480-705) (3Z4)
kku, venthekhu (Tam)
Luge~str~mia parvQ7ora Roxb. lendi LEN channangi (Kan & Tel), 2 755 LOW e High 110
nanagu (Ma]), peikadu- (705-800) (4ZO)
kkai (Tam)
Lngcrstramia specika Pers. jand JAR n~u-r;yh$m (Mal), poo- 2 625 Moderate e Moderate 100
(Syn. Lagers:ramia Jos-reginc , pumarudu (495-785) (3?49)
Retz.) (Tan)
Lophopetalum wightianum Am. banati BAN balpale (Kan), karuka, z 450 Low - Low 70
venkatavu (Mal) , ven- (385-495) (2::31)
kottai (Tam)
SMangifcra indica Linn. mango MAN mavu (Kan), mamaram X LOW a Low 110
(Tam), mamidi (Tel) (61;4;OO) (3::o)
Palaquium ellipticum (Dalz.) pall PAL hadaqale (Kan), palva- X e Moderate 100
Engler dinjan (Tam) (493-770) (3?:8)
(Syn. Dichopsiselliptica Benth.)
Po(yolthia sp. debdaru DEB narelai (Mal), nedunarii 2 Low - Moderate 85
,45;+0: ,,;:3,
Stercdspermum sp. padri PAD k:%?i) pa,thiri (Kan), Y LOW - Moderate 120
padiri’ (Ma1 & Tam), (560-975s (35-61)
isikirasi (Tel)
Syzygium sp. jaman JAM nerlu, nerula (Kan), Y 850 Moderate e High 110
(Syn. Eugenia sp.) naval (Ma1 & Tam), (705-l 025) (4Z4)
neredu (Tel)
Tectona grandis Linh. f. tCak TEA saguvain, thega, thekin- X 43 High e Moderate 108
amra (Kan), theku (Mal (56FlZ50) (35-53)
& Tam), teku (Tel)
TABLE V -CATION OF TIMBERS ACCORD&G TO THEIR riSES, so?JI’Ii ZONE - f%n.Qf

~TANICAL NAME STANDARD ABRRE- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL AVERAGE Wmcm AM) DURABILITY TREAT- REFRAC- COMPAStATWX
TRADE NAME VUTED ABILKTY RANGE OF WEIOHTS (see 4.3) ABILITY TORINESS TO %RENGTH
SYMBOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMoo- ,sce 4.4) AIR COEYNCIENT
TURB CON-mm SEASONING ON THE Bm
(see 4.2) (w 4.5) or TEAK M
100
’ kg/ma (see 4.6)
(11 (5) (6) (IO) (11)

Tminalia bellirica Roxb. B‘4H thaal) (Kan), thanni X 815 Moderate


a , tam (Tam & (675-895) $56)
Tel)

5. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEtiTS AND TOOL HANDLES

Acacia arabica Willd. babul B;\B karijali (Ka,l), karuvelam Y 785 LO\V b Moderate 135
(Mai;, kanwai (Tam), (720850) (*z3)
nalla tumma (Tel)
Acacia catcciu Willd. khair KHA karangalli (Tam), Sandra Z 1010 High - High 130
(Tel) (880;;5 70) (556-33)
Anogeissus latiforia Wall. axlewood(bal&)AXL bejjal, dinduga (Kan), x Low e High ilo
vellanava (Mal), vella- (865-l 105) (5Z9)
nagai (Tam), chiru-
manu (Tel)
Bridilia nfusa Spreng. kasi KAS guje, komangi (Kan), Z 595 Moderate c Moderate 7.5
8 mulluvenga (Mal), mul- (515-675) (323142j
ven& rTiFm), ha-
sc~.i~tcnia
Chloroxylon DC. satinwood SAT muragalu (&an), porasu Y 960 LOW High 120
(Tam), bilga, biilu (835-l 105) (YZ9)
(Tel)
Lklbcrgia lat;Jolia Roxb. rosewood ROS biti (Kan), veeti (Mal), X 770 High - Moderate 110
(b 1 a c k- itti (Tam), jittegi (Ttl) (640-880) (4G5)
W-4 -
Diosfiros sp. CbOlSY EBO ty& (Ktyi; t;;;;; Y a35 Low 105
(655 1 105) (4 f-%9)
(Tel) ’ ’
amla AML nelli (Kan & Tam), usiri Y 800 - High
Phy&anthus mnblicfi (Tel) (-1 ?)

Ck?wia tili.&lia Vahl. DHA thadasalu (Kan), cha- Y 785 Moderate c! Moderate 125
dachi (Mat), thadachi (610-880) (384955)
(Tam), peddajana (Tel)
leadi I.EN channangi (Kan & Tel), Z 755 Low c High 100
nanagu (Mal), peikadu- (705-800) (ZO)
kkai (Tam) &:
Maniikara sp. bdlet-wood BUL bakula, mugaali (Kan), Y 8g5 56 High - High 135
(Syn. Mimusops sp. j elengl (Mai), nanupala (785-995) (49-62)
(Tam;, pala (Tel)
Schhichcra pkosa Oken. kusum iius sagadc (Kan), puvnm Y 1 105 LOW a High 15.5 !
!Syn. Srhfrithera frijuga Willd.) (Mat & Tam), pulusari (1 060-I 185) (6iz4)
(Tel)
TABLJZV CXASSIHCATION OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR W$ES, SOLXH ZONE - Gwet

BOTANICAL rh,lE STANDARD ABBRB- LOCAL NAMES AVAIL AVERAGE WEIGHT AND DURABILITY TREAT- REPRAC- coMPARATIvB
TRADENAYE VL4liZD ABILITY kUiGE OF WEtiGHTS (MC 4.3) ABILITY TORINESS TO STRENGTHS
SYbfEOL (see 4.1) AT 12 PERCENTMm- (se.9 44) AIR COEPPluENT ;
TURE CONTENT .k,SO.WUO OUTHEBMlS
(see 4.2) (SW 4.5j OFTEAKM
100
’ kg/ma Ib/ft’ - (see4.6)
(1) (9 (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) CO) (11)

St@nos ni&vomicf~
Linn. KUC kasan, kasarika (Karl), X 880 55 - - High -
kanjiram (Ma]), yetti (-) (-)
(Tam), mushti (Tel)
shychnospofatorum Linn. f. CHA tettancottai (Tam), indu- Z - - kigh -
pa (Tel) i; ?)
T&nari&s indicaLinn. IML hunse (Kan), puli (Tam), X - - Moderate -
chintha (Tel) F)
TemainaIia
towsa Wight et LAU banappu (Kan), karu- X &5) Moderate b High 110
Al-n. marudu (Mal), kari- (770-995 J (4z2)
marudu, matti (Tam),
nallamaddi (Tel)
Xylia aykuarfi Taub irul IRU jambe, tirwa (Kan), irul X 850 High e High 110
(Tam), konda tangedu (755-l 010) (4?63)
(Tel)
6. TURNERY ARTICLES
$
Acacia arabica Willd. batml BAB karijali (Kan) , karuvelam Y 785 LOW b Moderate -
(Mal), karuvai (Tam), (720-850) (4F53)
nalk tumma (Tel)
Adina cordifolia Hook. f. haldu HAL ycttaga (Kan), bimbu X 70s Low a Modxate ---
(Mat), kadambari, man- (655-785) (4z9)
jakadambai (Tam), ban-
daru (Tel)
Albilb&ia dincnris (0s beck) skin SIR kalbage (Kan), pottugaka Z 400 LOW e Moderate
(Mall, nirusd, pilivagai (-) (2)
(Syn. - Albizria rtifdtda (Tq), bandichinduga
Boivin)
Art~~or@s ktenqhylitu Lamk. kathal KAT aE2 halasu (Kan), Y 595 High - Moderate -
(Syn. Arlocarpw i~~fepifi&as pilad (Ma]), pila (415-735)
Auct.) (Tam), panasa (Tel)
Artocarpushim&a Lamk. aid AIN h~b~sis(uM($sn) , ai+pi- Y 595 Low -- Moderate -
auupila, (400-755)
anjili (Tam) ’
Canfhiwnsp. baraau BAS karemullu (Kan), riannul 2 770 - - Moderate -
(Mal), navugu (Tam), (-)
nallabalusu (Tel)
Cassia marginahRoxb. vakai VAK karun konnai (Tam) Z 960 - - High --

&&la 100~ Roxb. toon TOO gandhagarige( Kan), chu- Y % Lon c Moderate -
vanw .gil (Mal), mala- (385-610)
TABLE V cI,,MSbCATION OF TIMBMls ACCORDING TO THEIR IJSES, BOUTH ZONE -Cod

BOTANICAL Nm STANDARD ABBRIG LOCAL NAUE) AVAIL- AVERAGE Wcronr ANG TREAT-
TRADE NAMF WAlTXO AatLrw bNGE 01 WEtoH’? ABtLITY
SnmQL (- 41) AT 12 PEMCENTMcn- (w 4-4)
TcrRp cowr8N.r
(set 4.2)
--
kg/ma lb!‘fts

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6j :7j (8) (9) (:I.))

Cl&mxylonswdenia DC. SdllWUOd SAT mungah (Kan), porasu Y J&W _.- High
bilgz, billu (835%5) (S2%9)
f%‘;;)*
f&k&a fabularis Adr. Juss. chlcksmssy CHI urulu (Kan), malavc*Gpu Z Low 2 M0der;t- --
Mal), madagirivcrnbu (48%) (3&)
ITam)
Dalbergialafiifdia koxb. vosewoQd ROS blti (Kan), veeti (Mal), X 770 High Modaatc -
(black- itti (Tam), jittcgi (Tel) (640-880) (4z5)
-4
Dios@ros sp. &OILY EBO ty= ) Wan)! tks: Y 835 Low - Modcratr -
am, tukt, (655- 1 105) (4::s)
(Tel)
$&soxylum malabaricwnB&d. white cedar WCE vella-gil (Ma1 & Tam) Y 720 High -_- tioderatr
(59;i;OO) (3&J)
Faqara budrrmqo Roxb. mrdlilam MUIj mutt&m (Tam), rbetsa Z Moderate -- M&tiatc
I%. ~anthoxylum rhclra (Tel) (69&815) (4&)
(Roxh.) DC.]
Garukaia sp. gardenia CAR kambil (Tamj Z 755 - - Moderate
‘69!;“535) (4&)
Cm&a arborrcr Liun. gamarri GA%% kumulu (Kan), kumiiu, Y High - Moderate
shivanc (Mal), kumil (415-610) (2&8)
(Tam), emmadi (Tel)
TAN tanakir (Tel) Z 305 - - Low
(2)
(-)
KAN thapsi (Kan), aval (Mal), Z 1595 3’1 Low b Moderate -
ayili (Tam) (3;;“)
KUT doddarhoppe (Kan),~~elIa- Z (48:i:55) LOW c Low -
kadamba (Ma]), paran- (400-5453 (25-34)
joti, sagapu (Tam)
fkgiodtndron pinnatum (Ro?.b.) PIN ycnnamara (Kan). rhuk- Y 63.5 High Moderate -
Harms. kanna-payini (Mal), kol- (530-705) (3&)
($11. FIcvdroickia pi~dc avu (Tam)
R&b.)
Laperstramicz lanctolala Wa11. benteak BEN bendrku, nandi (Kan), X 610 High Moderate
(Syn, L apstramia minoca~@ venteak (Mal), bethekku, (480- 705) (3lz4)
Wight! kenthrkhu (Tam)
Lannea cT~~omandeliraMerr. jhingan JHI gcnl (Kan!, annakara, T 575 LOW Moderaw
(%I. I,annca qandis Eng.; utlii (hlal), kalasan, (495-675) (3:-:2)
Odina wddicr Roxb.) odiyamaram (Tam),
gumpini (Tel)
TABLE 1’ CLASS&ICA’l%IN OF TIMBERS ACCORDING TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE -Costa’

AVAII.- DURABILITY TRE.%T- KEFKAC- CO>!FARAPIVE

Ad:LITY @et!4.3) ABILITY TCRINLSS TO ST2I.M-,%I

(SC84.1) (see 4.4: .4lR GXFPIC:ENT


SEASONING 0N THE IJnsLS
(see 4.5) OF TEAK As
i 0’)
kg!& (se* 4.6)

(1) ,‘r
i-
/
(3) (+) (Sj (6) (8) (9i (10) (11)
Mifrqpyna paroifoiia (Roxb.j a&“1 KAI kadamba, vimbusiraka- Y 6:; Low b Xfoderatc _..
Kortb. dmrbu (‘Mail, neduna- :595-72l-l)
(Syn;th ft+..Q?lc pun!@:a rai, nirkadambai (Tam)

Polynlthi~ sp. debdarv :‘>EB narelai (Mal!, nedunarai 2 640 Low Moderate
‘4f4-880’
PterocarpUssantdinus Linn. f. ted sander5 Rsr: 6.
r~~~?~hand-~rsm .’
(*<an Y - - ~. High .-
& Mal), chemmaram (900-l 265)

&ma&a indica Gaxtn. karimgotta KAG nanu&undan, toruva:tu z 400 - Low


(Tam)
Sanfalum album Linn. SurdnlWOOd SAN chandanam (Ma1 & X !Ir5’ - Moderate --
Tam)
Tamarindus indica Linn. imli IML hunse (Kan), puli (Tarn), X ‘;;Lj - Moderate ---
cbintha (Tel) k&j
8: ‘I’cctona grrnlir Linn. f. teak TEA saguvain, the&, thekina- X High c Moderatr --
mra (Kan), theku (Mat (560-850)
& Tam), teku (Tel)
Wrighfia timtoria R. Br. ka,d,d:) (Kan), palai
Y 575 - .- Low
I)UD
With” tOmm&SA Roem. et ddhi tellapal (Tel) > (--)

7. VENEERS AND PLIWOOD

Acrocaq3u.sfratinifolius Wight munbmi MUN belanji (Kan), kuranyzn, z 590 LOW


malaveppu (AZal), ma- (465-000)
lamkonnai (Tam)
A&a cordifolia Hook. f. haldu HAL yettaga (Kan), bimbu X 705 I.OW
(Mal), kadambari, man- (655-785) (414449:
jakadambai (Tam),
bandaru (Tel)
$.rlilanthusexcelsa Raxb. halmaddi, maddidhupa
(Kan)
Ailanthus malabarica DC. maharukb h4AH peenari, pcrumaram, Y 415
pongitiyam (hlal),matti- (335-4eo) (2?& --
pal, pimaram (Tam),
J peddamanu (Tel j
Alrtonitr scirohris R. Br. chatian CHT zzhilampala, mukampala Y 415 26 LOW
(Mal), eialaipalai, muk- (350-465) (22-29)
kampalc i, Ixlrgaruda
(Tam)
TABLE v CLASSLFICAT1Q.V OF TIMBERS ACCORDLVG TO THEIR USES, SOUTH ZONE - Contd

STAN3AXD LOCAL NAHES AVAIL- DL’R~B:LITY ‘I‘XE4T- REPRAC- COMPARATIVE


-i-K;\DE i’i.‘.Xd AB(LItY (see Cd) ABILITY ToRINWS TO STRENGTH
(see 4.1) (see 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
SEASONING ON THE nAsE3
(see 4.5) OF ‘rEAK AS
190
kg/m3 lb/Ft3 . (see 4.6)

(1) ‘i,
(3) (4) (5) (6) i7j ‘CO) (10) (11)
Artocarbus Iretcrophyllti Lamk. kathal IUT alasua, Y 595 .- Moderate -

FY ‘. Artocarpus ;ntrgrifoolius (415-733) (2%6)


huct.) panasa ( rel)
Arlocarpus hirsuta Lamk. aini hIN hebbalasu (Kan)? aini- Y 595 LON - Moderate --
pitavu (MaI), amlpila, (400-755) (2?47)
anjiii {Tam)
CaYhytlum sp. PO0 goja, salhonne, surahonnc Y 655 Moderate L- Yfoderate -
(Kan), punna (Mal), (480-8 15) (304:l)
kathupinnai (Tam)
Ct+ela toona Roxb. toon TOO gandhagarige ( Kan) , chu- Y 515 Low c hfodwate -
vannagil ( IM~I), mala- (385-610) (2:-:8)
vembu (Tam), gali-
manu (Tel)
C&nia excelsa Wight k3raui li.iR mulluchlkka (Mxi), aini- Y 640 40 LOW b Low --
pila, vedipila ( ramj ‘5l$l;;60) (35-45)
Dalblbargialatiflia Roxb. rosewood ROS biti (Kan), veeti (Mal), X High - Moderatt -
(5 1 a c k- itti (Tam), jittegi (Tel) (640-880) (4lz5)
wood)
Diptcrocarpus indicus Be&. is&an CUR yennernara (Coorg) , kal- X 785 M0derate b Moderate -
z;cyiP $$innT ((y ), (705-900)

$Dysox$um malabaricum Beck!. white cedar WCE vella-gil (Ma1 & Tam) Y 720 Iiigh -- Moderate -

Fagara Cudrunga Rcxb. mulElam MU1 muttilam (Tam), rhetsa 1. (5g:js500) Moderate - Moderate -
[Sjw. ,+ntho~ylum rhctsa (Tel) (690-8 IS)
(Roxb.) Del.]
Gamga pinnata Roxb. GAU godda. halabolagi (tin), Z 610 IKJW e Moderate -
annakara (Mal), karu- (465-690)
vembu (Tam)
Grevillsa robwtd A. Cunn. silver oak SOA _- Y 640 - -- hfoderatt -
i-2
Hvlopka integrifolia Planch. kanju K.\N thapsi (Kan), aval (Mal), Z I .OW b Modmat: -
ayili (Tam)
Lqcrttrunia lancflolata Wall. benteak BEN bendeku, uandi (Kan), X (““G”R5) High c Moderate -
(Syn. L.agcrstrcrmia microcarpa venteak (Mal), bcthek- (480-705)
Wight) ku, venthekhu (Tam)
Lunnca coroman&lica Merr. jhingan JHI geru (Kan), annakara, Y 575 LOW e Moderate -
(Syn. Lannea grcndis Eng.; uthi (,%I), kalayan, (495-675)
Odina wodier Roxb.) odiyamaram (Tam),
gumpini ( Tei)
:L~phopctalum wightianum kr~. banati B;\N bzlpale (Kan), k .,ruka, Z 450 Low - Z.OW -
venkatavu (Mal), ven- (783.495) (2‘%)
gottai (Tam)
TABLE V CLASSIFICATION OF Z’IMBERS ACCORDING TO TKiEna USES, SOUTH ZONE - Coonid

BOTANICAL NAMZ STAsnAnn ABRP.F- L.OCtI. NAnS AVA:L- TREAT- RQ.PR.%C- COUPARATWE
TRADE!\r’AME VIATED ARILrrY ABILI7Y TORlNESS
TO STRENGTH
SYME@L (xc 4.1) (see 4.4) AIR COEFFICIENT
SEASONING ON THE BASIS
(see 4.5) OF TEAK AS
100
kgjm’ (see 4.6)
(3) (4) (5j (6) (8) (9) (10) (11)
MAC gulamavo,qulmao (Kan), Y 530 High - LOW -
uraw (Mai), kola- (430-625)
maw, kolarmavu (Tam)
*M.&ii maw (Kar.;, mamaram X I.OW a Low -
(Tan), mamili (Tel) (6J;;yO)
CHM sampigc (Kan1, chamhe- z LOW e Moderatr .-
gam, chrmpakam, shan- (400-595)
bagam (Tam), thampa-
kam (Tei)
Palaguium ellipficum (Dalz.) PAL badapale ( Kan), palva- x Moderate e Moderate -_
Engier dinj’nn (Tam) (49Z70) (3:p48)
(Syn. D~chopstielliptic~ Benth j
Pferygnfa alata K. Br. NAR anathondi, pothondi z 560 35, _- Low -
(Syn. Sterculiu alcfa Rnxb.) (.%I), anairhondi (Tam) !450-640) (2843)

SSalmali~ maiabarica Srhott SEM ilavu, p&a (hfal), Y 385 L.ow a LOW
& Cndl. ilavam (Tam), buruga (255-530) (1%)
(Syn. Ziombax mlrlabmicum (Tel\
0C.j
Sy zygium sp. jaman JAM nerlu, nerula (Kan), Y 850 Moderate High
(Syn. Eupnia sp.) naval (Ma1 Pr Tam), (705-I 025) (4‘s)
neredu (Tei)
Tcctonb grandis Linn. f. teak TEA saguvain, X 43 High Moderate
namra ’ (~~~ 22 j56ZZO) (35-53)
(Ma! Sr Tam\, teku
(Tel)
Tmindiapanicuia~ Roth kindd KJN hcnagalir, honal, hsnal X Mtxleratc c High
Wan), pillarnarudb (7*::95j (4&s)
(Ma! Sr Tam), nalla-
pulaga (Tel;
Ten&wlia tonsnt3sa Wig&t et laud LAU banappu (Kan), karu- X Moderate h High
Am. marudu (MaI), kari-. (77:&j (4:-$2)
marudu, matti’ (Tam),
nallamaddi (Te!j
Tctram&s nud$va R. Rr xlmlsus MAI bc$~;z~.K~n), chini (F&J X 320 20 Low
( --)
++
Trcruia nud&ra Liim. gutd GUT naikumn~l, pamambara- Y $%I 28 Low
kumbi!, !havala (Mal), (-1 (-1
tumba!a (Tam)
V&%5 indica Linn. veuaplsse VEL dhup, kaidhupa !Kanj, X 595 J,OW
payin, ve!lakunthitikam (480-690) (3%3!
(Mal), r~llaikuridri’ram,
vellapayini (Tam)
The~@resin bra&sin second column indira!c the numbrr of time: the corresponding
botanical name app~rs 01: that page

&ITAIUICAL NAME PAGE BOTANICAL NAME ?AOE

A Arlocar+s !akoocha Xoxb. 23,X


dvicennia o$Ecinolis Liln. 19,28
Abics densa Griff. 18 i22 ;’
A&s pindrow Royle B
Abies ;pcrtabilti Soach. 7: 9: 11
ribirs webbiann Lindl. (Syn. of AbicJ Ranin@miflact&n&a Gartn. 50
spectabilis Soach.) Bossin latifolia Roxb. [Syn. oi Madhucc
Aracia irro5ica Wi!ld. ina’iccrCm ‘1; Mad!~t. lah$!ia (Roxh )
Machride] 8,2?, 37
Bassin sp. (Syn, of Mad!mca sp.)
.iauic catcchti Willd. Bauhinia sp. $Z ZZ
&tula sp. 10, 15, 23,’ 31
.-lcccia .&ophlao Will& B&ho& jaxnica 3lume 19, 28, 43, 48, 54,
.&via suv.&a Willd. 61
Acir rp. Bombox irrsigne Wall. (SYA. ci Salmalia
.(crocarpur,~~inifoliur Wight insi.@s Schott c(r Endl.) 27,35
Bornbar malabarin;m DC. (Syn. of Salm&
Adiva cordifolia Hook. f. malabatia Schott & Endl.) 12, 17, 27, 39, 42,
4R, 52, 60, ;;
Bomhar sp. (Syr~ of Salmalia sp.)
Boswelli/r scrruta Roxb. 12, 26, 34, 3P, 41,
47,51
AsscuLs indica ~olehr. Bridelia rclusa Sprcng. 8, !9, 23, 30, “?,
A&ia SP.
Ailpnlhus excelsa Roxh. Bucklondin populnea R. Br. 23, 28, ::
6rurwa stirala Colebr. (Syn. of Prorium
Ailanthus malabnn’cu CC. serratum Engl.) 21,25,29
Ailmthus sn.
AlbiLria chinmtis (Osheck) Mer r. C
hlbitzia lebbeck Bcnth.
iTalophylIum sp. 43, 46, 48, 54, 57,
61,67
Albizzicl odwalissima Benth Canarium cubhvlium Kurz 26, 34
Canarium tiktimcnse King (Roxb.) 23.26
Canwium s&turn Roxb.
Albiz&a procera Bent h. Caadium sp. 47D 51yg
Carcyr at borea Roxb.
Cassia/ir&la Linn.
Albizria stipul& Rnivin [Syn. of AlbizzM Cussin r:srginnta Roxh.
chincnsir (Osbrck) M~rr.] 28, Gl, 64 C~ston;$sis sp. 19, 23, g
Alnur nepclensir Uon 1:,26, 34 Chcvurina tpui~difolia J&m. 19, 43, 54
Alnus n&la End1 12, 16 i:ehi~ toow~Roxh. 8, 10, 13, !5, 17,
Alsroniu .vl.olaris R. Br. 12, 16, 26, 47, 51, 19, 23, 28, 32, 34,
59,66 44, 46, 48, 50, 54
Aliingia ewnlsa Noronha 13 57, 61, 64, 61
Amoora rohituktd Wigh! et Am. [Syn. of Cedn!s d,*odarcrLoudon 7, 9, 11, 12
Aphanamixis polyrlarhya (Wall.) Parker] 23, 28, 43, 46, ‘,:S, Cel!is auslralis Linn. 14
57 Chloruxylon swir?tmic DC. 23, 36, 38, 40, 44,
Amoora sp. 46, 50, 5$, 57, 63,
4moora .wdlichii King 25, 78, i;: fii
Anogeissus acumivata Wail I9,30 Chukrasia tabtilaris Adr. Juts. 19, 23, 32, 34, 44,
Anogcissw Miflia Vdall. 7, 14, !9, 30, 36, 46, 50, 51, 54, 57,
39, 43, 49, 53, 63 65
Anogeissus pmdula Edgcw. 14,39 Cinnamomum sp. 19, 23, 32, 44, 50
Anfhocepholus cadamba Miq. 26,34,59 C/eis/anthus collintis (Roxh.) Benth. tk I-!K. 19
Ant&is Loxicor;a Leschen C?yplomcria japonicu D. Don
AfihenamLvis po[yJfucbya (Wall.) Parker 23, 28, 43, 46,:; Cullenia excelsa Wight 54,59,$
Cuprcssus lorulosa Don 7,9, 11
Arlocarpus chaplasha Roxb. 19, 23, 28, ‘!: Cynomclra polyandra Roxh. 19,30
Artocarpus f@erophyllus Lamk. 7, 10, t3, 15, 17,
19, 23, .28, 31, 36, D
38, 39,~40, 43, 46,
48, 50, 51, 53. 57, Dalbergia latiflia Roxh. 19, 23, JO, 32, 36,
61,64, 67 38, 40(2), 41, 44,
Artocarpus hirsuta Lamk. 43, 46,48, 50, 5 I, 46, 49, 55, 51, 54,
53, 57, 61, 64, 67 58, 63, 65, 67
Artocar$us inltigrifolius Auct. (Syn. of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. 8, 10, 14, 15, 17,
Artocatjw hctero&yllus Lamk.) 7, 10, 13, 15, 15, 20,-23, 31, 32. 34
19, 23, 28, 31, 36, Dichopsis ellip:ica Benth. [Syn. of Balaquiwn
38, 39, 40, 43, 46, zll@icum Dalz. Engler] 55, 58, 62, 68
48, SO, 51. 53, 57, Diilenia sp. 20, 28, 34, 44, 46,
61,64,66 48,51

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8, 14, 15, 20, 24, Knema attenuata Warb. 60, 62


31, 32,36,38,40(2), Kydia calvcina Roxb. 12, 17, 26, 38, 47,
44,46, 49, 50 60
Dio.i&ros ep. 54, 58, 63, 65
Dipterocarpus indicus Bedd. 44, 52, 54, 61, 67
D(bttrocar_bus manocarjus Vesque 20. 26, 34
Dipterocar@s sp. 20, 28, 34
Pulrhalga scnn,r&iodes Mam. 26 Lagerslrxmia jlosrcgina Retz. (Syn. of
J&o&urn birzc/ari;erum (Roxb.) HK. _.
f. Lagerctramiu speciosa Pers.) 20, 24, 29, 44, 5:,
cx Bcdd. 24, 29 62
P_vsoq!tim t.taicbzicum Bedd. 46, 48, 50, 52, 58, Lagerstramio hypoieuca Kurz 20,24
61, 65; 67 Lagexfrarmia lanceolalc Wnll. 44, 46. 49, 50, 52,
55, 58, 62, 65, 67
E LuEers:ramia microcarba Wight (Syn. of
Lagerstrccmis Janceolata Wali.) 44, 45, 49, 50, 52,
Eiaxar,*ns tubercuic~tu Roxb. 47,60 55, 58, I;?, 65, 67
Emblu~ o~~cinaiis Gartn. 63 Lagerstramia pcrG$lora Roxb. 8, 11, 13, 14, 20,
Endosbermum sp. 26 29, 31, 26. 38, 39,
iGualyi)lr!s glo)u!us Labill. 54 40, 44, 46, 49(2),
Eugenia jhmbolcnn Lamk. (Sy?. or 5.5, 58, 62, 63
Qzygium rrcmini Skeels) 9. t;, :7. 35, 42 Lagerstram;a speciosu PPYS. 20, 24., 29, 44, 55,
E+@a 3~. (byn. of Syzygium sp.) 21, 30, 37, 39, ‘5, 5%
49, 52, 56, 62, 68 Lansea coromandelica Mew. 8, 12, 15, 17, 2i),
l&o; iunur-anl-enda Merr. 611 Lanncn pranbis Eng. (S:Jn. of Lannea I 27, 32, 3j, 36, 39,
m+bu&ma Benth. (S-,x. Of coromond?ica fi lerr. ; Odirla wodier 41, 42, 44, 47, 50,
E~odt.3 lunzt-znkcnda Xlerr.) Roxh.) 52, 55, 60, 65, 67
Etidia-sp. kc
&;x;occaria agallocha Linn. 26, 32

F Lophopctalum mightianun. Am. +?, 52, 53, 60, 62,


67
Fagara buci/rmgn Roxb. 24, 32, 34, 50, 52.
58, 62, 65, 65 M
Ficw sp. 12, ‘5, 26, 32, 38
Fhrinus sp, 8, 10, 14, :5 Machilus gamblci King 27, 29. 33
Mach&s aacrantha Nees 47, 52, GO, 68
G Madhuca in&-a CPnei . 8, 20, 37
Madhuca latt$Aia (Rrxb.) Macbridr: {Syn.
Gardenia &ifolia Aiton 15 of Bassia lalifolia Xoxb.; Madhbca
Gardenia rp. 32, 40, 50, 65 h&a Gmel.) 8, 20, 37
Caraga pinno(~i Roxb. 13, 17, 29, 34, 39, Madhuca up. 41. 55
48, 52, 62, 67 Man~:gifcra indicu Lint.
G!utntrqoancorica Bedd. 54, 58
Gmelina arborea Linn. 8, 10, 12, 13. 15,
20, 24, 26, 29, 52,
3~, 38 (2), 39, 40,
4 1, 44, 46, 47, 48, Naniikara sp.
53., 52. 54. 58. 60.
I Media arcdarach Linr..
si, 65 M&a composila Willd.
Greuili:a robusta A. Cunn. !7,67 M&a Cbia Hiern. (Syn. of Me&n
Grewia tilircfolia Vahl. 3, 10, 40, 63 composira Wilid.!
Srewia sp. 1*, 20, 24, 31,
55, 36, &s&afcwea Linn.
44,49 Michelin baillonii Finet rt Gagnep 24, 79, 33
C+oca$us americanus Jacq. (Syn. of Michelia champaca Linn. 24, 58,hB
Gyrocorpus jaqGni Gxtrtn.) Michclia sp. 24, 29, 3.5
Gyrocarpus jocquini Gartn. I: Miliusa torn&ox (Roxb.) .J. Sinclair 45,Sl
Wmusops sp. (Syn. of l anilkam ST.) 37, 44, 55, 63
Ii Mitragyna pqroyolia (Roxb.) Korth. 8, 11. 13, 16. 21,
24, 29. 33, 38, 41,
Hardwickia binata Roxb. 3G, 44, 55 46, 51, 58, 66
Ha-dGckia pinnata Roxb. [Syn. of MOW lar+gatu Wall. 24,29, 33
Kingiodendron pinnalum (Rsxb.) Harms.] 55, 58, 62, 65 hlorus sp. 11
Holarrhrna an&fvten~crica Wali. 32 Ilfyrirlica a!lenuala Wall. (Syn. of Knema
Holojteka integr<$dia Planch. 10; 12, 15, 17, 24, atlenuata Warb.) 60,G’
26, 3’2, 34, 38 (Z),
40, 42, 60, 65, 67
Hy@a pa,@ra Bedd. 44 0
Hopea bp.
~&nertodic!yon cxce!sum Wall. 12, 15, 26, 32, 3°C” Odina wodier Roxb. (Syn. of Lannca grandis
38, 41, 42, 47, 52: Eng. ; Lannea coromanllica Merr.) 8, 12, 15, 17, 20,
65 27, 32, 35. 36, 39,
41, 42, 44, 47, 50.
J 52, 5.5, 60, 6.5, 67
O&a sp. 14, I6
,3ugions sp. 10, 16. 17, 24 Ougeinia dalbergioides Benth. [Syn. of
Ougeiniu cojeinensb (Roxb.) Hochreut] 8, !4, 21, 31, 37.
K 40, 45, 47, 49
Ougeinia oojeinenrir (Roxb.) Hochreut 6, 14, 21, 31, 37,
Kingaodendron pinnatum (Roxb.) Harms. 55, 58, 62, 65 40, 45, 47, 49

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k @on&as mc~gifara Will?. (Syn. of .Ypon&s


pinnala KU-Z) 27
Paloo~,iume:lip;l.xm (Dalz.) Engler 55, 58, 62, 68 Spondics pknato Karz 27
?arrtiria jarq:rentmfiona Decne [Syn. oi Sp&ias sp. 4h
.“arrofio/Uis jncquemontiana (Decne) Stcptrzgyrte parvifoka Kortll. [Syn. of
Rrhd.] 14, 16 Iviiraf_vru par$oolia (Ro.:b.) Xorth.) 8. 11, 13, 15, 21,
i’ccrrofiofisis jarquemonfiana (Deene) RThd. 14. lG 24, 29, 33, 38, 4i,
PhoeBe SD. 24,29, 35 46, 51, 58, 66
Sterculia alata Roxb. (Syn, of P;ctygo!a
63 alata R. Br.j 27, 35, 6& 58
Piza morinda :-ink (Syn. of Picea .rmithiana Sterculia campanulata Wall, (Syn. ;F Piero-
Boirs. ; 7,9, 11 cymbium tillctorium Merr.)
;;
7, 9, 11 Sfer;lia t;rt,ns Koxb.
Skrzlalia G:losa Rcxb. z7,U.l
A. H. Jacks.) 7, i0, 11 Stereospermum chAonaides DC. [Syn. of
Pinus insularis Endl. I a, 22,25 Stercospermumpersonatum(Hassk.) Chat..] 9, 11, 13
Pinus khasyo Xoyle (Syn. of Pinus in&ark Stereosjzrmum @rsanatum (H-k.) Chatt. 9, 11,13
Endl.) 18,22,25 Strreospermtrrn sp. 21, 30, 35 45, 47,
Pinus lo+fZia Roxb. (Syn. of Pinur 49, Sb, 59, 62
mxburghi! Sargent) 7, 9, 11 StercospermumsuaveolensDC. 9, 11, 13
Pinusroxburghii Sargent 7, 9, 1 I Strychnos Iwx-vamua Linn. 45, 2, 56, 64
Pinus azz!fzc/&inn A. B. Jacks. 7, 10, 11 St&zos p&a&nun Linn. f.
Po~~rloncur~n indkm Be&l. 55 Syzygiwl cunini !%eeb 9, 13, 17, 35, :;
PnJyalthia qp, 24, 33, 48, 62, % &Y&m SP. 21, 30, 3?, 39, 45,
Popu1u.ssp. 12, 17
t”~otinmserra!um (\,Vall. ex Coltbr. j Engl. -21,25, 29 Swktenia sp.
Pterocarpw iibcrgiouks Roxb. 21,25
Pterocarpus tna:-rzpium Roxb. 21, 25, 37, 38, 45,
47, 56, 58
Ptcrocarpus sanralinta Llnn. f. 56, 59, 66 T
?lerogm~itrm tizclorium Merr. 27
Pterospermumacerifvii~m ‘iViild. 13, i6, 17, 29, 33 Talauma phellocarpaKing (Syn. of Michclia
l’ltr~~,~ofa
nlnra R . Br. 27, 35, 60, 68 baillonii Finet e: Gagnrp) ?4, 2!$, 33
Tamarindus indica Linn. 21: 40, 41, 56, 64,
66
Tamarix aphylla (Linn.) Karst. -!,
Q Tkmarix articulata Vahl. [Syn. of Tamarix
aphylfa (Linn.) Kant.]
Quercus dilatata Lindl. (Syn. of Q~ras Tectona grandis Linn. f. “1, 25, 30, 37, 3;
~oribwzda \Vall.) 8, I1 39. 41, 42, 45, 47,
Quercus~?oribt~~da W ai1 8, 11 49, 52, 56, 59, 6?,
Qucrc~s glauca ‘I’hunu. 8, 11 66, 68
Quercus incann Roxb. 8. 11 Terminalin arjuna W & A. 9, 21, 33, 56
Quercus lanr~ginos~ Don 8; il Termkalia bellirica Roxb. 9, i.i, 30, 37, 39,
Quercus semeca:pifolia Smith 8, 11 45, 49. 63
QtleTcus sp. 21,25 Terminalin bialata Steudel 22, 25, 35
Termkaiia &hula Reu. 9, 56
Termbalia m&i King 22
Tcrminalia myriocarpa Heurck et Muell.
R Al-g. 22, 25, 30, 35
Tsrminalia paniculata Roth 45, 47, 52, 56, 59,
Robinia pseuakuia Linn. 14
Terminaliu proccra Roxb. 22, 25, 30, !!
Tminalia tomenfosa W;ght et Am. 9, 11, 17, 22, 25,
31, 35, 37, 40, 42,
S 45, 47, 52,56, 59,
64, 68
Soccoperalum tomenlosum Hook. f. et Tb. Tc:rum& nudipota R. Br. 27, 35, 48, 52, 60,
[Syn. of Miliusa tomentusa (Roxb.) J. 68
Sinclair] 45,51 Thespesia populnea Sol. 50
Snlmalia insicnis Schott & End]. 27,35 ‘Trcwia nu&&¶oraLinn. 12, 27, 35, 48, 52,
Salmalia malabnrica Schott & End]. 12, 17, 27, 39, 42, 61,68
48, 52, 60, 68 Tsuga brunoniana Carr. [Syn. of Tsuga
Salmalia sp. dumosa (D. Don) Eichler 22, 26
Samadera indica Gartn. 2 Tsuga dumosa (D. Don) Eic h ler 22,26
San&m album Linn. 51,66
Snpium baccatum Roxlx
Schima wallichii Choisy 21, “s:
.%hkichera oleosa Oken. 9. 31. 37. 45. 49.
I I
U
’ ~56,6j
Schleicheratrijuqa IVilld. (Syn. ofScht%chera tilmus wallichiana Platrch. ‘J
Oleosa Oken.) 9, 31, 37, 45, 49,
56,63
Schrebera swietmioides Koxh.
Shorea assamica Dyer 21,29,4:
Shorea robusta Gertn. f. 9,21,37
Siderox$on loneopetiolatum King et Prain 27,33 48, 52, 61, 68
Svnneratia npdrala Ham. 25,29
Soymidafebrifuga A. Juss. 21.25, 31 3:
-PAM &TANEAI. &4bSE Pme
9

Wrighti sp. 33, z; ~m:wxylwn budrunga EC. (Syn. of


Fqara budmga Roxb ) 24, 32, 3.4
16, 56 ,T$nthoxylu~ rhetsa (Roxb.) DC. (Syn. of
Fagara budmngo Roxh.) 50, 52, 58, 62, 65.
61
$yn. of ,&#us
22, 31, 37,‘+5, 57, ~izy&t;tz$u~an~t~k ‘. 40
64 &#as mauritiana Lard. 45

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INDEX OF STANDARD TRADE AND LOCAL NAMES


in hncktls in thirdcolumn indicafe the num6er of times the corresponding enfg (bolanrcal and
'rhe/i,tlWJ
trade or local name) a/)pears on fhaf page

NX>JF NA:dE

A a’in3. ‘Termin4lia tomentosa Wight


et Am.
ZlblWOS Diospyros rnelanoxylon Roxb. 8, 14, 15, 20,
24, 31, 32
acha Hardwickia binata Koxb. 55 atturhckku :lnthocel,halus cadamba >liq.
idUS Ar‘lmz~husewceelsaRoxb. 47, 51 aval Holoptc!in integrifolin
aglaia &fain sp. 18, 53 Planch.
.ain 7erminalia tomentosa Wight axlewood .lnogeirsus Ialifooiia \Vall.
et Sm. 37,40, 42, 45,
_., -_
47. =I2
aiai &ocarplr~ hirsuta Lamk. 43,46,48,50, ayili
. .
51.53.57.61,
64,67
ainipila Cullenia exce!sa Wieht. 54.59. 67
ainipila Artocarpus hirsuca camk. 53, 57,.61,‘64.
ainipilavu ) 67 Labia
aisan lerminalia tonuntosa \Viglit babul
et Arn. 9, II, Ii
ajhar Lugersfre,,rirr speriosa I’ers. 20, 24,29
akhor Juglan., sp. 10, 15, 17, 24
akhrot juglans sp. 10, 15, 17 badam
akrot juglans s.1’. 24 badrang
alasua Artocarpus heterophpllus baen
Lamk. 53, 57, 61, 64,
.. bage
ballads
( Alnus nepalenris L)ov balran
al&t
c Afnns nitida CnJl. bahawa
allale Terminalia chebula Rctz. babaya
am Mangifra indicn Linn. bahrda
bahera

bailige
Cu~~vf,irf:ila I.inn. 8, 19, 36 bailo
1!l~00,li
b.1’. .!II
! swordri~7lii:/:ii King 23, 28, 3-I bajarnali
.\lnU:‘lftWl indcic L.inn. 8, 11, 12, 13. basain
bakli
amb;1 .\fl:~:~ijera i,UiS,I I.lllrl. 24 27 29 ‘i!’
38: 3&), j2: bakota
46, 47, 49, SL bakula
dmbaaa Spondias pinnala &rrr 27 balagi
.‘moada sponduss sp. 48 balk@
ambara Spondias pinnata liurii balaL
f;
am bo Spondiar pinnata Kurz balaau
amla Bnblica o&curaliJ Gortn. 63 balpalc
ammakaram .%vcar/w tuberculalus Roxb.
amra Spondiar sp. ::
amra Spondias pinnata Kurt 27 bami
3:nte Sp0ndia.r sp. bamrao
amut Amoora wallichii King 23, 28, :: ban
anaithondi 1 Pkryeryso&alaka K. Dr. 6. 68 banakapasia
nnalhomii j banappu
aryari PlUzbs sp. 24,29’ 35
aqam /lard.oickia &ala RJxb. 36,44: 55 banati
anjan Holoptelca integrifofia
PlWlCll. 24, 26, 32, 34
anjili :lrtocarpu~ /rirJuta Lanih-. 53, 57, 61, 64, bandardima
67
ankrataruwa bandarlathi
annakara bandaru
annakara
arrianjili bandhan
arjun
arjuna bandichinduga
armu
.asan Izmi
bouj
hanjhi
ltSh hnklmr
asidh bar
barrwga
BOTANICALNAME: PAlX TRADE OR LOCAL BOTANICAL hami PAGE
NAME

bogapoma Chakrosia tabularisAdr. Juss. 19, 23, X$ S$


bogi Hy ne:lodicponexcelsum Wall. ’ m-
bogimar Hopea sp.
bok Bischofiajavanira Blumc 43, z;
bola illorf~ l&cigata Wall. 24, 29, 33
13, -19, j0
bolur Tetrameles nudipora R. Br. tiO,68
bondara Lagerstramia speciosa Pcrs. 44
hondaro Lagerstrenia parvr$ora Roxb. 44, 46, 49(2)
bonsum Phebe sp. 24, 29, 35
borpat Ailanthus sp. 26, 33
borsali Manilkara sp. 44
brimji Celtis australis I,iun.
buk yuercus sp. 21, ;4
.i.S, .X, 62, 65. bullet-wood Manilkara sp. 37, 44, 55, 63
67 hural Salmalia malabarica Schott
tin 8r Endl. 48, 5’1
bllri-dhamcro Lagerstrumia parvijlora
28 Roxb. ‘Lo, 23, 31
buruga Salmalia malabarica Schott
44,46,49,50. & Endl. 6% 68
.i2,55,58,62. Bctula sp. 10, 15
65,67
I’terocarpusmarsupium Roxl:. -I.i/+f
zizyphus mauritiana Lamk. LO C
Lagerstrcemia lanccolata
Wall. 55, .i8, G‘L,65. calimara Cusuarina equiselijliu Linn.
67 casuaiina Caruarina equiselifoliaLinn. 19,43, 4i
bhaira Terminalia bellirica Roxb. 9, 13 c&is Ccllis australis Linn.
hhanj Quercus incana Roxb. 8. 11 chadachi Gremia tilidfolia Vahl. 55, ::
hharkundi HymenodicQonexcelsum\\!all. “6, 32; 34 chalan Populus sp. 12, 17
hllava CassiaJistula Linn. challanr Diptirocarpus LzdicusBedd. 44, 52
bhawarmal HymenodictyonexcelsumWall. 38. 41:;: chalta Dillenia sp. 20, 28, 34
hhrlu Telrarnclcs ntrd$ora R. Hr. 37,35 chalun Populus sp. 12, 17
hhrndi hyrdia calycina Roxh. ‘18. 47 cham Artocarpss choptasha Roxb. 19, 23, 28, 34
bhendi Thespesia pop&lea Sol. iO chlmbcgam Mich-elia champaca Lixm. 58,68
Mrnl Chloroxylon.rwietmia IX :. 23 champ Michelia sp. 21,29,35
hhrrul Chloroxylon.cwicteniaUC. 23 champ Afichelia champaca Linn. 24,58, 68
hhirra Chloroxylonswietenia 1X:. :%, 38, +O champa Michelia sp. 24, 29, 35
bhoga I~mcnodicryoncxcelsl H’all. 47, 5’ champa Michelia champaca Linn. 24
bhqjparra Be& sp. 10, 15 rhampaca Michelia champata Linn.
hhola Aforus larigata Walt. 24, 29, 33 champak Michelia champaca Linn. ::
bhomora Terminalia bellirica Roxb. 30 champakam Michelia champaca Linn. 58, 68
1Ihc~rsal Hymenodictyone.rrelsumIVaIl. 38, 41(2j, 47, chandan Santalum ulbum Linn.
chandanam Santalum album Linn. zr,
Ijhllj &E/&a sp. 10, :f channangi Lagerstramia p a r v iJ 0 r a
bhurkal Hynumodictyon excelsumWall. 26, 32, 34 Roxb. 44, 46, 49(2),
bhurker Hynlenodic~onexcelsumWall. 38,41(2) 55, 58, 62, 63
bhutali Elrxarpus tuberculatus Roxb. 47 chapalish \
Plerocarpus marsupiumRoxb. Artocarpus chablasha Roxb. 19, 23, 28, 34
bibla 45,47 chaplash J
bija l’&rocar/~us marsupiumRoxb. 37,38 ChStiall Alstonia scholaris R. Br. 12, 16,26,47,
bijasal i’I~rocar@s marsupiumRox b. 21,25,37,38, 51, 59,66
45,47, 56,58 chavuku Casuarina equirct~olia Linn.
bilga ChloroxylonswieteniaDC. 54,57,63,65 chelavagai Albizzia odoratissimaBcnth. 53, ::
bilidevdari D~;~&um malabaricum chemmaram Plcrocarpus santalinusLinn. f. 56, 59, 66
46,48, 50,52 chempakam Michelia champaca Linn. 58,68
biligandhagiri Cedrela ;oona Roxb. chenkurunchi Glula travancorica Bedd. 54,58
bilimaddi TemrinaliclrarjunaW & A. 44, 46* 48Y 2: chennelli Kncma attcnuata Warb. 60, 62
bilkambi Albirzia odoratissimaBe&. 43, 45, 51 chhal Anogeissus latiflia Wall. 7, 14
bllla Sapium baccatumRoxb. chhatian ALtonia scholaris R. Br.
hillu Chloroxylonsuricfenia DC. 44,46,50, !? chichola Albizzia lebbeck Benth. 36,37,41,4236
57, 63, 6; 45,5i
bimbu ddina cordifolia Hook. f. 53,57,61,64, chiehwa Albizria odoratissimaBenth. 36, 37, 41
chicJu8S.y Chdrasia tabularisAdr. Juss. 19,23,32, 34,
birch B&la sQ. 10, 15,23, !! 44,46,50,51,
bi:;‘goinr .Yydia calycina Roxb. 54;“2 7;
)albergia latifolia Roxb. 44,46,49,5’0” chil Pinus roxburghii Sargent
51,54,58,63: chilmsni Schima wull+hii Choisy ;i: 35
65,~67 chilbil H;k@&a tntrgrrfolia
black chuglam Y@~inalti m&i King 22 24, 26, 32, 34
black locust RoBjnia pseudacaeia Linn chill0 Strychnos’potatorum Linn. f. 64
blackwood se+?msewood 19,23,30,3:” chilwal H;:;,t$a intcgrifolia
36, 38, 40(2): 38(2), 40, 41
41,44,46,49, chinduga Albizzia’odomtissimaBenth. 53,57
50,51,54,58, chini Tetramcles nud$ora R. Br. 60,68
63, 65, 67 chintha Tamarindus indica Linn. 36, 64, 66
blue gum Eucalyptusglobu1u.rLabill. 54 cl& Pinus roxburghii Sargent 7,9, II
boga amari .4phanamixis p o ly s t a c hy <i chirol H$o-a integrifolia
fWall.) Parker 23, 28 38(2), 40, 41

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NAME NAME

chirumanu Anogeissus larifolia Wall. 53,63 cl&$-haen Avicennia oJicinalis Linn. 19, 28
chitiyan Alstonia scholaris R. Br. 12, ;; Bam’ngtonia acutnngula
chokkala Aglaia sp. Gzrtn. 30
cholavenga
Bischofia javanica Blume 54,6!
cholavengai E
chorapanu Knema attmuata Warb. 60,62
chukkana-payini Kingiodendron p i n n a t u m ebony Diospyros melanoxyion Roxb. a, 14, 15, 20,
(Roxb.) Harms. 55, .38, 62, 65 24, 31, 32, 36,
chulamaram Casuarina cquisetifolia Linn. 54 ‘38, 40(2), 44,
churuli Mesua ferrea Linn. 55 46, 49, 50
chuvannagil Cedrela toona Roxb. 54, 57,61, 64,
ebony lXospyros sp. 54, 58, 63. 6-1
cialuunon Cinnamomum sp. 19,23,32, 46q7 edcl Salmalia malabarica Schott
5d & Endl. “7
coltiippakku ?crminalia chebula Retz. elalaipalai Alstonia scholaris R. Br. 59, 66
eypr”a Cupressus torulosa Don 7,9, ;: elengi Manilkara sp. 5.5, 63
elna Vlmus wallichiana Planch. 9
emori Vlmus wallichiana Planch. ‘)
D enney Dipterocarpus indicus Bedd. 54, 61, Gi
eppa Hardwickia binata Roxb. 36
dadsal Grewia sp. 44,49 ezhilampala Alstonia scholaris R. Br. 59, ticI
dakua Artocarpus lakoocha Roxb. 23
dalchini Cinnamomum sp. 44,5O
cllzkarudu Gardenia sp. 32 F
Artocarpus lakoocha Roxb. 23
darekh Melia arcdarach Linn. 12, 13, 15 fali Acacia arabica Wiild. 43, 49, io
debdsru Polyalthia sp. 24,33,48,62, %Y Ficus sp. 12, 15,26,32,
66 88
deodar Cedrus
- . . .dcodara Loudon 7,9, II, ^.12 fir Abies denra Griff. 18, 22, 5.i
deva-kanchan Bauhinia sp. JO (Abies pindrow Royle 7,9, I I
devdam Dycoxylum binectariferum \Abies .spectabilis Spach. 7.9, 1 I
(Roxb.) HK. f. ex Bedd. 24, 29 frash l-aTh:narh ap/!vl/a (1 .i n 11.‘1
devdari Cedrela loona Roxb. 44. 46, 48, 50 Karcr. 9
devdari Gluta travancorica Bedd. 54,58
devidiar Cupressus torulosa Don 7, 9, 11 G
dhala sirish Albizzia proccra Benth.. 18, 23, 33
dhaman Grewia tiliefolia Vahl. 8, 10, 40, 55, galimanu Cedrela toonn 120x1,. 54, 57, 61, 64,
67
Grewia sp. 14,20,24,3’: galimara Casuarina equisetifolia Linn. 43
36,44,44 Cmelina nrborea Linn. 8, 10, 12, 13,
Anogeissus latifolia Wall. 7, 14 1.5,20, 24, 26,
Anogeissus pendula Edgew. 29, 32, 36.
Anogeissus latfilia Wall. 43, :: 38(2), 39, 40,
Anogeissus latifolia Wall. 7, 14, 19, 30, 41.44.46.47.
36,39 4u; 50: 52; 54;
Holoptelia integrifolia Planch. 24, 26, 32, 34 58, 60, 62,6j
Lagerstnemia p a r u if lo r a gamhar Gmelina arborea Linn. a, 10, 12, 13,
Roxb. 8, 11, 13, 14 15
Anogeissus latiflia Wall. 43,49 gambhari Gmelina arborea Linn. 20,24,26,2!!
1 Anogeissus ‘atiflia Wall. 32
43,49
gandha Santalum album Linn. 51
dhaw Anogcissus lalifolia Wall. 19,30 gandhagarige Cedrela toona Roxb. 54, 57, 61, 64,
dhup Canarium eupl$lum Run 26,34 ~67
dhup Vateria indica Linn. 61,68 gangane Mesuo ferrea Linn.
*UP Canarium sikkimense King garahessel Anogeissus acuminota Wall. 19, ‘30”
(Roxb.) 23,26 gara-loa Trewia nudiJora Linn. 27, 35
dhupi Cryptomeria japonica D. Don garar Cleistanthus collinus (Roxb.)
diar Crdrus deodara Loudon 7, 9. 11, :; Benth. & HK. 19
didu Salmalia insignis Schott & garari Cleistanthus collinus (Roxb.)
Endl. 27, 35 Benth. & HK.
dieng-ling Betula sp. 23, 31 gara sekre Lagerstramia speciosa Pers. 20, 24, ::
dienae Pinus insularis Endl. 18, 22, 25 gara sekre Lagcrstramia parvipora Roxb. 20, 29, 31
dikakali Gardenia SD. 40 gardenia Gardmia lariflia Aiton
Dillenia s& 20,28,34.44, gardenia Gardenia sp. 32, 40, 50, A:
46, 48, 51 gajan Dipterocarpus sp. 20: 28, 34
dimaru garmalo Cassia /i&la Linn.
dimiri Ficus sp. 26, 32
%NBP Garuga pinnata Roxb. 13, 16,29, ;:
dindal Anogeeitsus latifolia Wall. 43,49 39,48, 52,62,
dinduga Anogeissus latifolia Wall. 53, 63 67
dingsa Pinus insularis Endl. 18, 22, 25 gauri Po[yalthia sp.
dirisinam Albirzia lebbeck Benth. 53, 57 gayo Bri&lia retusa Spreng. 19, 23, “;“o
doddatho pe Hymnodictyon excelsum Wail. genasing Stereospermum sp. 45, 47, 49
doka Lunnea coromandelica Merr. 20, 27, 32, :: gengwa
dudhai Excacaria agallocha Linn. 26, 32
Wrightia sp. geon
dudhi ~Wrightia sp. 33, It geru Lannra coromandelica hierr. 55, 60, G.5: 67
Wrightia tinctoria R. Br. 66 ghaj Bricielia retusa Sprenp;. 8
zkz Wrightia tomentasa Racm. ghanto Schrebera swi&nioides~Roxh.
et Sch. 16, 66 ghiria Chloroxylon swietcnia DC. 36, 38, :A

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1fcrr. 28 21. 24, 29, 33
,gi1n-:1 <,r (:or!:!y pinnnl/t Rw.11. 13. 16. 39 han IO, 15
ghoranim _4i!anthm.i 5~. 26; 33 harar
girdhini Sterrulia wens Roxb. 27 hararh 9
gluta Gb~!n trm~anrorica Bedd. 54, 58 harr
gobte salla .4bies denca Criff. 18, 22, 25 h ari i9
godda Gzrrl~n pinnntn Roxb. 62,67 barana
godhunc!ti A/bi;.:io o~lomti<.cimaBcnth. 43, 45, 51 22, 25, 31. 3.5
gOSKi Sil~ima ton!lic!tii Choisy 21.35 hathipaila Ptero.rpenn0 RCe r if 0 1 i u m
:oguldup Clannrilrnc .cikkimense King Willd. 13, 16, 17,29,
(Roxb.) 23,26 33
gohira Ainrin Icuco/~!d~. Willd. ia,30 hathipoila Ptero.~pcrmuma cc r if 0 1 i u nt
goja Calophyllum sp. 54, 57, 61, 67 Will& 29, 33
goijal Lanncn coromandelica Merr. 44, 47, 50, 52 hebbalasu Artnrarpas hirsuta Lamk. 43, 46, 48, 50,
gokul Ailanthus sp. 26, 33 51, 53, 57,61,
-g$okuldhup Cannrium sikkimense King 64. 67
(Roxh.) \ 23,26 hebhulsina Artocnrpus hirsutn Lamk 43. 46,48, 50,
gomari Gmclina arborea Linn. 20, 24, 26, 29, 51
32 heddi
Adina rordifolia Hook f. 45, 48, 50, 51
y?ndni &id&a retuta Spreng. 8 hedu >
gondgoroi Cinnanomum sp. 19, 23, 32 helbeva Ailanthus excelta Roxb. 47. 51
XO9Y.Z &&I sp. 20, 24, 31 hessel An~geirnts lnfifolia Wall. In,30
gwn E.rrsraria qallocha I-inn. 26, 32 hid Plerocnrp-ts marrtrpikm Roxb. 21.25
we Vn&ia indica Linn. 48, 52 hihand Albiz:ia odwatir.rimo Brnth. 18, 22, 3.1
qyd Can&cm stnrtum Roxb. 47, !>I hijjal Barrin@onia a c u t a n g u 1a
wj - Rrid,+ir retuca Sprcnq. 54, 63 Gartn. 30
gulamavo Marhi1u.r macranrha Nees 60,67 hingnri Cartnnnpsir sv. 19, 23, 32
@ar Ficrrc w. 12; Ii, 33 hirljal Barringtoma acutangula
gulmao Mnc’lilxs mocrontha Nws 60, 67 Gaz-tn. 30
gulm,cv .Vnchilrts marrontha Nets 47, 52 hinjnln Barrin,otonia acutan,gula
gulum Mnchilur mnrranthn Nees 47, 52 Gzrtn. 30
gumhar Cmclinn arbnrea Linn. 8, IO, 12, 13, hirih Albizzia lebbeck Bcnth. 18, 22, 33
15,20,24,26, hiwar Acacia leucophl~a Willd. 18, 30
29, 32, 36, holedasal Lqerstramia speciosa
38(z), 39, 40, Pen. 44
41 hollocb Terminnlio my r i 0 c a r p a
gumhar Trewia nudiflora Linn. ,12 Hrurrk rt Muell. Arg. 22, 25, 30, 35
gummadi Gmclina arborea Linn. 54, 58, 60, 62, hollong Dipferocarpus macrocarpus
Vesque 20, 28, 34
Lonnea coromandelica h&r. r f;.
55 60 6.1
gumpini honagalu Terminalia paniculata Roth 56. 59, 68
gun Aesn~lus indica Colcbr. 9 , IO: I5 honal Terminalia paniculata Roth 45,47, 52, 56,
gundroi Cinnamomum sp. 19, 23, 32 59, 68
gurer Alhirria proccra Benth. 3F, 37. 41 home Pterorarpus marsupium Roxb. 45, 47, 56, 58
Tuft M~;~pnruifolia (Roxb.) hoom Aliliusa tomentosa (Roxb.)
21, 24, 29, 33 J. Sinclair 45,51
F=j- Dipterocaipur indicus Bedd. 44, 52, 54, 61, hoovarsu Thespesia popuinca Sol.
67
. hopea Hofiea pnrui/lora Bedd. 2
prjan Dipferocarpus sp. 20,28, 34 hopea Hopeo sp. 55
gurmala Cacsia jistula Linn. horse chestnut Aescultrs indica Colebr. IO, 15
e-1 Trelcia nudipora Linn. 12, 27, 35, ,“R” hosimb Schleichera oleosa Oken. 45,49
52, 61, 6; hum Frnxinus sp. 8, 10, 14, 15
gutgotya Protium serratum (Wall. cx humh .Miliusa tomentosa (Roxb.)
Colebr.) En& 21, 25, 29 J. Sinclair 45, 51
gwaria Acacia leucophfaa Willd. ia, 30 hunal Termina!ia poniculata Roth 56, 59, 68
hunsr Tamarindur indica Linn. 56, 64, 66
husi .~tcreospermnm sp. 21,29
Ii

hadasale Pa~$uu ellipticurn (Dalz.) I


r 55, 58, 62, 68
halaholagi Garqa pinnata -Roxb. 61,67 ilavam 1 Salmalia malaborica Schott
haladwar Adina cordi//ia Hook. f. 45, 48, 50, 51 iiavu i & Endl. 60.68
halasu Artorarpus h c t c I op hy 7 1u s illaqucam Terminolia chcbulo Rrtz.
I,amk. 43,46,48, SO, imli Tamarindus indica Linn. 21,40,41,::
51.53. 57, 61, 64, 68
64, 66 Indian chestnut 19, 23, 32
haId Adina cord$lia Hook. f. 7,
16, IO,
22, 13,
28, 31,
15, Indian hemlock Gstnnopsis
Tsu~~h,$mosa
sp. (D. Don)
22,26
41,45.
33, 37, 48,
39, 40,
50, Quercus jloribunda Wall.
Q~ercus plnttca Thunb.
51,53,57,61, Indian oaks Qwrcusincana Roxb. a, II
Adino CordiJdlia I-look. f. 64, 66
45, 48, 50, 51 Quercus lanu,qinom Don
Qucrcus scmicarpiJolia Smith
A&w&us cxrelsa Roxb. 59,66 Indian oaks f&rncus sp. 21,25
Artocarpus
Lamk. hcterophyllus 43,46,48, 50, Indian
indrajau olive Olra sp. 14, 16
Wrishtia tomentosa Ram.
51 et Sch. 16

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NAME NAME

indupa Sfrycknos potatortrm J.inn. f. 64 knitlhupa 61. @I


!PP= Madl:rcca sp. 55 kaiknr IS. 16
rppi Afudhura sg. kail
irul Xylia xylararpa Taub. 22,31, 37,44; 7, !i), 1 I
57,64 kaim
irumbogam Hopea sp. 8, I‘f, 13. Iti.
isikirasi- Stereospwmum sr~. 56, 59, : 21. 24. 29.
itti Dalbergia latifolia Roxb. 54, 58,63. 65. 33, 38. dl.
67 46, 51 ( jn. 65
kainjal Risrlrqfiajavonirn Hlu:nc ;y.j*2:;
kainju :lcer sp. ICI.12
J kaka &id&a wtrtsn Sprcng. 19. 23. J(I
kaka Prolirrm srrrnlrtm (Wall. rs
,jali Acacia arabica Willd. 43, 49, 50 Colebr.) IXur:l. 21, 25.29
Jam Syzyt$um sp. 21.30 kakad Carqa pinnata Rosh. 39, G(2),
lam Syzy,qium cumini Skeels 35 .xq2)
jaman syzvgium sp. 21,30,37,39, kakke Cassia Jstnla Linn. 43
45,49,.52,56, kala chuglam Terminali manii Krng “2
62.68 kdladri Ste~eospermumST. 56, 59. 62
janlan SyzySittm cumini Skreb 9, 13, 17, 35, kalam M~~q~~~por~$dia (Roxb.)
8, II, 13, Is.
jamha Xvlia xylocarpa Taub. :: 21, 24, 29.
jambc Xylia xylocarppnTauh. 45, 57. 64 33. 38, 41.
‘iamhu 46. 51
Syzypium sp. 45,49, 52
-jamhul I kalamh M$rqq.aparr;i&lia (Roxb)
jamin Facara budrunga Roxb. 50, 52 46,51
jamu $vzyqimn sp. 21,30 kalasan Lannea coromandelicn XIerr. 55. 60, 63, 67
‘iamuk Syzy+m~sp. 21,;; kala-siris Albizzia odoratissimaBenth. 7, IO, 16, 18,
lamuk SyzyEium cmnini Skeels 22, 33. 36.
~iamun Syzyzinm sp. 37,39 37, 41. 43.
jarnun .\‘v7yzium cvmini Skeels 9. 13, 17, 42 -15, 51, .53. 57
japud -4lbizzia dinrnsis (Osbeck) kalbage Albizzia chinensis (Oshcck)
Mew. 28 Mew. 61.64
jnri Ficus SD. 26,3i kalhoni Hopea paru$ora 9edcl. 44
jaral Lagerstrwnia speciosa Pers. 20, 24. 29, kalia saja Laeerstramia har~illora
44, 55, 62 Roxh. ‘ - 36. 38, 39, 40
jathikai Knema atttnunfa Warb. 60, 62 kalio-siras Albi:zia odoratissimaJlcnth. 43, 45, 51
jatipoma Cedrela toona~Roxb. 19,23,20, 32. kalpayini Di/~ferocar/w indicrrs Lktld. 54. 61. 67
kalpine Dipterocarpus indicrrsBccld. 44, 52, ’ 54,
jattikkai Knema attrnuata Warb. 60. :2” 61, 67
jcol Lannea coromnndelica Merr. 20, 27, 32, 35 kambi Caqa arboren Roxb. 19, 28, 30
jermal Tetrameles ntrd@na R. 9r. 48,52 kambil Gardenia sp. 65
jhao Tamarix aphylla (Linn.) kambli Eeodia sp. 26
Kant. kambli Eoodia lunur-ankenda hfcrr.
ihau Casumina rqtli.tetifilia Linn. kanagola Dilltnia sp. 44, 46, 48, 9:
jhau Ta;rn2t aphylla (Linn.) kanak-champr Pl~;;ro;mum acerifolium
9
I 13. 16, I7
jhaun Casuarina equisetiflia Linn. kanchan Bauhinia sp. 28. 30
IJsinsrn Lonnea coromnndclica Slcrr. 8, 12, 16, lJ79 kandcor frotium senntum (Wail. c‘s
20, 27. 32, 35: Colehr.) Engl. 21, 2.5, 29
36,39,41,42. kandol Stereospeermnm sp. 4.i. 47, 49
44,47. 50, 52. kauiar Cassin Jstula Linn. 8
55, 60, 65, 67 kanjiram Strychnos nux-romica Linn. .56, 64
.&il kanju Holoptelea integri,folin
Lannea coromandelica hlrrr. 20, 27. 32. 35 I2 I .5
iwa ) Planrh.
jittrgi Dalbrrgia Iatiflia Roxh. 54, 58. 63. 32:
1:’ 34,38
24’ (2),
26:
65, 67
iohira Acacia leucophlaa Willd. 18, 30 40, 42. 60,
lojo Tamarindus indico Linn. 21 65,67
joti-koroi ‘llbizrin odoratis.simaBmth. 18. 22. 33
jutili .4 ltin,zia excelsa Noronha I8 kanjula ;Iccr sp. 10, I.3
kansa Hymenodic!yonexcelsumWall. 26. 32. -34
kanthal .,lrtocarpus h e t c r o p hy 11u s
K J.amk. 19. 23. 28, 31
kao Olea sp. 14, I6
kadam Anthocephaluscadamba Miq. 26, 34, 59 kapashi
Acer sp. 22, 31
kadamba Mitm,qynnpar~iJolia (Roxb.) kapasi
Korth. 58, 66 Tetmmeles nudiJoru
R. Br. 48, 52
kadamba .4nthocephaIuscadamba Miq. 26,34 EZin
.a . Strychnos nux-uomica Linn. 43, 50
kndambam Anthocephalnscadamba Miq. 59 karacha Hardwickin binafa Roxb. 5s
kadambari .4dina cord{filia Hook. f. 53, 57, 61, karachi Hardwickia binata Roub. 44. 55
64, 66 karada Cleistanthuscotlinus (Roxb.i
kadambola Elgzxus tuberculatus Renth. Sr HK. I9
47, 60 karagil Aphanamixis p o ly s t n ch,yo
kadawar M~itr;~paru:folia (Roxb.) (Wall.) Parker 53, 57
kaddam 1 46, 51 karakkai Tenninalia chebula Rctz. 56
kaduiti WriRhtia tincforia R. Br. .4dina cordiflia Hook. f. 22,28, 31,33.
kadukkai Termin& chebula Retz. 9:
_ karan’ 37, 39, 40, 4 I

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NAME
kara qraili ~~lcaciucarechu W’illd. 53, 63 khamari Gmelina arborcoIinn. 20, 24, 26, 29,
karan$l A~lnia-sp. 53
k.ZKl~Ig,~:, Albirria procera Benth. 43, 46, 51 Gmelina arborea Linn. 8, 10, 12, 13$
karani CulCenia excelsa Wight 54, 59, 67
karan,ji I$;:!;; intcgrifolia khanakpa Evodia sp. :t
38(2), 40, 41 khanor Aesculus indica Colebr. IO,15
karapti Garugn pinnata Roxb. 48,52 kharak
karaptl Canorium stricturn Roxb. 59 kharak chena CeCtisaustralis Linn. 14
karar \ kharik
Slercuiia uretts Roxb. 27
knrari I kharapat Garuga pinnnta Roxb. 13, 16
Lard&i Anogeissus pendula Edgew. 14, 39 kharoh Celtis oustralis Linn.
karcmullu Canthium ap. kharpat Garuga pinnata Roxb. 23 $
knrijali Acacia orabica Willd. 53,63, g khanu Quercus semecarpifoCiaSmith
karimarudu Terminalia tomentosaWigh t khasi pine Pinus insularis Endl. 18, 22,’ 25
et Am. 56, 59, 64, 68 khirni Manilkara sp. 37
karimatti Terminalia tomentosaWight khoira Acacia cater&uWill& 18,30
et Am. 45, 47, 52 kbokan Duabanga sonneratioides
karimgotta Samadera a’ndira Gmrtn. 66 Ham.
karimuttal O~~~~+$inensis (Roxb.) kh0r 3uJgan.t
sp. 10, 15, 17, ;t
45, 47, 49 khwao OIeosp. 14, 16
karma1 DiCleniasp. 44,46,48, 51 kiachalom Albizzia odoratissima Benth. 18, 22, 33
karpooramaram Eucalyptus globulus Labill. 54’ kikar Acacia arabica Willd. 7, 13, 14
karuka Lophopetalum Wghtianum kilai Albizzia procero Benth. 43,46,51
Am. 58, 68, 62, 67 kilar Pawotiopsis jacquemontiana
karum Canarium stricturn Roxb. 59 (Deene) Rehd. 14, 16
karumarndu Terminalin tomentosaWight kimbu Moms bevigata Wall. 24, 29, 33
et Am. 55, 59, 64, 68 kindal Terminali ponicutata noth 45.47, 52. 56,
karun konnai Cassia marginota -Roxb. 64 59, 68
karunkungiliam Canarium strictum Roxb. 59 kinhai Albizzia procera Benth. 36, 37, 43,
karuvagai Albizzia odoratissima Benth. 53,57 46, 51
karuvai Acacia arabica Willd. 53, 63, 64 kiralobogi Hopea parvCPoraBedd.
karuvaka ACbi:zia odoratissimaBenth. 53,57 kiri Dalbergia CntifoCioRoxb. :9, 23, 30, Z
karuvelam Acacia orabico Willd. 53, 63, 64 ko Olea SF. - 14, 16
karuvembu Garuga pintrota Roxb. 62,67 kodalc Stem&o villosa Roxb.
kasan kodaro StercuCig urens Roxb. Z
Strychnos nvw-uomico Linn. 56,64
kasarika I kodavasi Ebe~arpur tuberculatusRoxb. 60
kasi BrideCiamtusa Spreng. 8, 19, 23, 30, koha
Tenninalia arjuna W & A. 37
54,63 kohu >
kaamar Gmclina orboreo Linn. 20, 24, 26, kohu Olea sp. 14, 16
29, 32 kOkk0 Albizzia lebbcck Benth. 7, 10, 16, 18,
katangai Cedrela mono Roxb. 19, 23, 28, 22, 33, 36, 37,
32, ;“; 41,43,45, 51,
lcataranja Gardenia sp. 53. 57
kath Acacia catechu Willd. 43,49 kola aiyila Anthocephalus cadamba Miq. 59
katha1 A;~rrkt% hcteroph_yCCus koiamavu
Machilus macrantha Nees 60, 67
7, 10, 13, 15, Mt;avu
17. 19. 23. Kin,qiodendron p i n n a t u m
28; 31, 36, 38; (Roxb.) Harms. 55,583 $, f;
39,40,43,46, komangi Bridelia rctusa Spreng.
48,50, 51, 53, konda tangedu Xylia xylocarpo Taub. 57: 64
52, 61, 64, 67 kongra Xylia xylocorpa~Taub. 31
koramanu Bridelio retusa Spreng. 54, 63
kathdhai Anogeissus pendula Edgew. korei Holowhena antidysenterica
kathkusum
kathupinnai
Garugo pinnata Roxb.
Calophylbm SD.
29.
54. 57, 61; 67
E koroi
Wall.
Albizzia odoratissimaBenth. 18, 22, 33:
katkumbal Trewia nudtfCoraLinn. 48, 52 koroi Albizzia procera Benth.
kattu veppu MeCia composite Willd. kosh Alnus nepalensis Don I89 23, :2”
kattu chempak- Evodio Cunur-ankendaMrrr. :: kosi Bridelia retusa Spreng. 19, 23. 39
kam kothiakoaroi A[Fez’a chinensis (Osbeck)
kau Olea sp. 14, I6 28
kaval Careya arborea Roxb. kow Olea sp. 14, 16
kawala Machilus gomblei King 27, 29, 4393 kowa Terminalia arjuna W & A. 21,37
kelo kubinde Kydia coCycinaRoxb.
Cedrus deodara Loudon 7, 9, 11, 12
kelon > kuckla Strychnos nux-vomica Linn. 45, 50, 56, “6:
kembal Lannea coromandelica Merr. 8, 12, 15, 17 kuda Syzygium sp. 21,30
kend kuda Syzygium cumini Skeels 35
Diospyros melanoxylonRoxb. 20, 24, 3 I, 32
kendu > kuhimala Lannea coromandelica Merr. 20, 27, 32, 35
krnzal Acer sp. IO,15 kuhir BrideCio retusn Spreng. 19, 23, 30
keolari Bauhinia sp. 28, 30 kulimara Gmclina arborea Linn. 44,46,47,48,
kcorn Sonneratia opetala Ham. 25, 29 50, 52
keowra Sonnerntia opctala Ham. 25,;; kulu Acer sp. 10, 15
kesarike Casuarina equisetifolia Linn. Trewio nudiJora Linn. 61, 68
khair Acacia catechu Willd. 7, 14, 18, 30, kumbha Adina cord$Cia Hook. f. 22, 28, 31, 33
36,39,43,49, kumbhi
Coreyo orborea Roxb. 19, 28, 30, 49
53,63 kumbi >
khaira Acacia catechu Willd. 18,30 kumbia Careya arborea Roxb. 49
khaia kumhar Gmeliao arborea Linn. 8, 10, 12, 13,
khdju Bride&a retusa Spreng. 8 15
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NAME
kumil maharukh Ailcnthus excelsa Roxb. 38,41,47,51.
kumilu Gmelina arborra Linn. 54.. 58.60.62. 59, 66
kumulu > . 65 maharukh dilanthus malabarica L)6. 58. 56

ii%ry
I

kumkar Holoptcl~ainte&Xa Planch. 10, 12, 15, 17 Swietenia sp. 2.5, 33: 5Y
kungmung Alstonia scholaris R. Br. Madhuca sp. 44, .5.:,
kunis Abuts nitida Endl. 12, :: mahua Madhuca indica p-mcl. 8. 20> 37
z;$irikkapayin Canarium stricturn Roxb. mahuda Madhuca sp. 4-1
Garuga pinnata Roxb. 48, ;; , mahula &ladhaca indica Gmel.
k&anyan Acrocarpus f r a x in rf o 1i u s Tetrameles nudiflora R. Br.
Wight 53, 57, 61, 66
karcki H;la;hena antidysenterica makai Shorea assamica Dyer
kurdis
kurmuru
I ‘a
Albiriia odoratissimaBenth. 7, 10, YE
makrisal Schima wallichii Choiq
malabar neem Melia composita Willd. (i0
kursing Slcreospermum sp. 45, 47, 49 malachadavan Bischopa jaranica Blumc .-PI, fil
kuruma Adina cordif& Hook. f. 22, 28, 31, 33 malagiri Cinnamomum sp. I’).? ‘13 , :1:!
kusum Schbichera oleosa Oken. 9, 31, 37, 45, malamkon,.ai Acrocarpus f r a x in ifo 1in s
49,56,63 Wight 53, 57, 61, bl,
kusmna oleosa Oken.
Schlticircra 31 malavcmbu Ccdrela toonaRoxb. 54, 57. 61,
kuaumb Schlkhera olewa Oken. 45,49 64: 67
kutharl H~iclyoa excelsumWall. l2, 15,26,32, malavcppu Acrocarpus fraxinifolius
34,38,41,42, Wight 53, 57, 61, 66
47, 52,65 malaveppu Ctirasia tabularis ‘I&.
JUSS. 54, 57, 65
kutbaria Polyalthia sp. 24,33 mallay vembu Melia compositaWilld. 60
mamaram \ Maagifcro it&a Linn. 55, 60, 62, 68
L mamidi J’
mandane Acrocarpus fraxinifolius
lakoach Artocarpus lahoocha Roxb. 23, 54 Wight 18, 22, 27, 33
lalchini 1 mandar ilCer ap. 10, I :,
Amoora wallichii King 23, 28,34 Mangifcra indica Liun. 3, II, 12, 13,
lali i -go
la\-devdari Chuhrasia tabularisAdr. Juss. 44, 46, 50, 51 17 , 24 , 27 * 2!) 9
Ial-kbair Acacia sundra Willd. 43,53 35, 38, 39(23,
lambapatti Sidcroxylon longepeliolatum 42,46,47,4!,,
King et Prain 27,33 52, 55,60,62.
lampati Dwbanga sonncratioides
Ham. 26 manjakadambai Adina cordifolia Hook. C 53 57 61 $?
latekh Aglaia sp. 18 2 2 > tit:
later Ple;;fdmum a c e r if o I i u m mnPlC Acer sp. 10,- ‘Ut 31
13, 16, 17 maravari -4ntiaris toxicaria Leschcn. 5’)
latikaram Hymenod~ctyonexcclsum Wall. 26, 32, 34 mareen Uimus waliichiana Planch.
latore Artocarpus chaptasha Roxb. 19, 23, 28, 34 mashwal Chlorowylon smielcnia 1)C:.
laurel Terminatia tomentosa Wight ma&we1 Acacia arabica W~lld.
ct Am. 9, 11, 17, 22, matti lerminalia tomenlosn W~ighl
25,31,35,37, et Arn. 45,47, 52, Xl.
40,42,45,47, 59, tj+, 68
52, 56,59, 64, mattipal Ailanthus malabarica lX. 59, ti6
mavu Mangtfia indka l-inn. 46,47,49, 52.
lelun Sapium boccatum Roxb. E 55, 60, 62, CXI
kndi Lagz;;osmia parv iflora mayeng Plerospermum a c e r if 0 1i u m
8, 11, 13, 14, Willd.
;$$;;‘z mayiladi Vi&x altissima Linn. f.
mechi Lagerslramia pa r v if 10 r a
’ 4$, 4$2): Roxb.
55, 58, 62, 63 meskna rlfesua fewea Linn.
lcndia Lafgetbamia par v if IO r a 36, 38, 39, 40 mill0 Vitex allissima Linn. 1:
lendia senha > milla Vitex sp.
letkok’ Pterygota alata R. Br. 27, 35 mituktmia Mitragynaparrifliu (Roxb.)
leuri Cupressus torulosa Don 7,9, 11 Korth. 21, ‘4, 29, 33
locbuni \ Aphanamixis p o ly s t a c hy c modal Lannea coromandelica,\lerr. 44,47, 50, z-l’,
(Wall.) Parker 23,28 modhal Lannea coromandelicu Merr. 44, 47, 50, .Y:!
12;:” j
Dysoxylum binectari mum mohru Quercus Jloribvnda Wall. 8, II
(Roxb.) HK f. vex 4 edd. 24,29 mohwa Maalhrca indica Gmel. ‘0. 37
lupung Zrminalia bellirica Roxb. 30 mohwa Madhuca ap. 44
moi L.annea coromandelrca hlerr. 20, 27, 32, 35
M moina Telramelas nudipora R. Br. 27, 35
m0kh Schrebera swietenioidesRoxb.
machiluo Machilus gamblei King 27, 29, 33 momailateku Aglaia sp.
machilus Machilus macranthaNcea 47, 52, 60, 68 monia Lannea coromandelica Xlcrr.
madagirivembu Chuhrasia tabularis Adr. morai Fagara budrunga Roxb.
Juss. 54, 57, 65
morinda I Abies pindrow Royle
maddidhupa Vateria indi-a Liun. 48, 52 \ Abiesspectabilis Spach.
maddidhupa Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. 59, 66 moru Quercus Jloribunda Wall.
madkam Madhucn indica Gmel. moyal Lgnnea coromandelica Alcrr.
mahalimbo Cedrela toona Roxb. 19, 23, 2Y moyeo Lannea coromandelica Ilrrr.
32, 34 moyen Lannua coromanrlcticaMcrr.
mahalo 1
Ailanthus sp. 26, 33
mahanim J
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%L4DEOR LOCAL BOTANICAL NAF.W ’ PA08 ‘I’RAIJLOK LOCAL BOTANICAL biNUL PAW
NAME NAME

muckhukenda Pterospermum accrlfolium nimburamoi Profium serrutum (Wall. ex


Willd. 29,33 Colebr.) Engl. 21, 25, 29
mu&i Manilkaro sp. 44,55,63 nirkadambai M$;;taparvi/clia (Roxb.)
mukampala rllslonia scholaris R. Br. 59,66 58., 66
mukarti Bereo.rpermum sp. 45, 47, 49 nirmaruthu Lugerstrormia speciosa PCM. 55,62
mukkampalci dls~onia scholaris R. Br. 59,66 ~nirusil Nbi& chincnsis (Osbeck)
mulberry Mows sp. 61,64
mull&m Fagara budrunga Roxb. 24, 32,34, :d
52,58,62,65:
0
m~,lluchakka Cullenia excelsa Wigh t. 54, 59, f:
mullumuttaga .Qhanamixis polystf@JX
odal Sterculia cillosa Roxb. 27
(Wall.) Parker 53,57 odamaram Lunnea coromandalicaMerr. S&60,65,67
mulluvenga \ Sterculia urens Roxb. 27
Bridelia retura Spreng. 54,63 Okan TaKyz aphylla (Linn.)
mulvengai J
mundani -4crocarpus f r a x in if 0 1 i u 5
Wight 18,22,27,33,
otenga Dill& sp. 20,28, 2
53, 57, 61, 66
muragalu Chkwoxylon swi&niu DC. 54, 57, 63, 65 P
murgouri Polylalthiasp. 48
murtenga Prolium serralum (Wall. ex Stereospermum pnSOtSdWll
C&br.) Engl.
muruthou
mush1.i
Slerculia villosa Roxb.
Strychnos nux-vomica ~Linn.
21y
25* :
56,64 padar
(Hawk.) Chatt.
StereospermumsuaveolensDC:.
Sterrospermum sp.
9, 11, 13
9, 11, 13
37
muttilnm Fagara budrunga Roxb. 58, 6’2, 65, 67 Pa&d Yteroroms dalbcrgioides
mauk-myo Duabanga sonneratiodcs 21,2i
Ham. 26 padiri Slereospermum sp. 56, 59, 62
myladi Vitex altissima Linn. f. pa&i slcrcospcnawn sp. 21,30,37,4$
myrabolan Terminalia chebula Retz. 9, :: 47,49,56,59,
(i’,
Stereospcrmum personalum
N (Hassk.) Chatt. 9, 11, 13
SlcreospermumsuaceolensDC. 9, II, IS
nabe Lannea coromandelica AMerr. 20, 27, 32, 35 pahari Ple~,~ota alata R. Br. 27, 35
nagakesari
Mesua ferrea Linn. 55
paini Valeria indica Linn. 48, 52
nagasampigi 1 pakar Ficus sp. 12, 15
nageswar pala Maniltara sp. j5,,63
nagkesar .Gwa ferrea Linn. 20 palai Wrightia tinctoria 1~. Br. 66
nahor I palegaruda rllstonin scholaris K. Br. 59,66
nagod Vitex sp. 4.i Pau \ Palaquium elli/Acum (lI,~l/..‘~
naikumpil Trewia nudiflora Linn. 61,68 palvadinjan j En&r -I5, 58, G9, 68
nallabalusu Canthium sp. 64 pamambara-
nallamaddi ‘Terminalia tomentosaIVight kumbil Trewia nudijloru Linn. G1,68
et Am. 56, 59, 64, 68 panan Ougeinia oojeinensis(Rosh
nallapulaga ‘rerminalia baniculala Roth 56, 59, 68 Hochreut 8, 14
nalla tumma &&a arabka Willd. 53, 63, 64 panas lrtocarpus h e t e r o p hy LLu s
nana LagerslrizmialanceolalaWall. 44,46,49,50, Lamk. 14, 23, 28, 31
52 panasa drtacarpus hcterophyllus
nanagu Lagerslramia parviflora Lamk. 33, 57,61, ti4.
Rosb. 55, 58, 62, 63 tit;
uandi Lyerstrcemia lanceoIala\Vall. 44,46,49, 50, Dillenicr $1’. “0. 28, 3,;
52,55, 58; 62, Abks pindrow Koylc 7, 9, 1I
65,67 pand Abies speclabilis Spa&. 7, 9, I I
uangal pandhan Ougeiniu vojeinensis (Rosh.;
.Uesuu ferrea Limi. 55
nangu 1 Ho&rut 21,31
nannul Con/hium bp. 64 pangar :lesculus indica Colebr. IO, 1.:
Ilanuchundan Samudera indica Gsrtn. 66 panigambhari Trewia nudg!ora Linn. 27, 33
llanupnla .Uanilkara sp. j&63 panipatuli Lugerslramia speciosa Pers. 20, 24, 29
narelai Po!vallhia rp. 62,66 paniraj ‘Terminalia myriocarpu
narikel f’levnola nc zla R. Br. “7,35,60,68 Heurck et Xlucll. Arg. 22, 25, 30, 33
i.attuillupai .\lodhua sp. 5 .i papara tloloplelea integrifolia
naval Jjtygium sp. W, 62, 68 Planch. 38(2;, 40, 41
naviladi Vi1e.raltissima Limi. f. f’tegi;bium tin c t o r i u m
mlvugu Canthium sp. :: 27
nedunarai Jfilra~ynu parvifolia (Roxb. j pap Gardenia lalifolia Xitotl LTI
Korth. 38,66 rwr! Holoptelcaintegrifofia Planch. IO, 12, 15, 17
nedunaral I’oiyallhia sp. 62,66 paw Gardenia sp. 48
ncgesrva.r .\fesua ferrea Linn. 20 papur Garilcnia sp. 50
nclli Emblica ogicina1i.sGcrta. Slereospermum personalum
nemiliyadugu Vilex altissima Linn.f. f: paral (Hassk.) Chatt. 9, 11, I3
ncredu Syrygium sp. 56, 62, 68 Skreospermum suaveolensDC. 9, 11, 13
ncrlu Syzygium sp. 45,49,52,56, paranjoti HymenodictyonexcelsumWall. 65
62,68 pararl ~Stercospermum sp. 21.29
Ci’lCXsp. 45 parasu Cleistanlhus collinur (Roxb.11
Svzygium LP. 68 Bcnth. h HK.
i;;‘lex altissima Linn. I’. 56, 62, 56 paroli Slereo.cfxrmum sp.
Birch& jncanica Blumr 43,48 parrotin Parroliopsis jacquemonlianu
.Ic&u IeucophlmaWilld. 18,30 (l&no) R&d.
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NAM! NAMS

( Abies pindrow Royle 7,9,11 putangali Peciloneuron indicum Bedd.


parcal
1 Abies spectabilis Spach. - 7, 9, 11 puvam Schleichcra oieosa Okm. 56, ;;
partal Picca smithiana &Gas. 7, 9, 11 PyI_ Lagerstramia hy p o I e u c a
pasir Parrotiopsis jae uenwatiana Kurz 20,24
(Deenc) Rch 8 . 14, 16
Arkarpus hirsuta Lamk. 43,462 48,% R
51
pathiri Sunospennwfl sp. 56, 59,62 f Abies pindrow Roylc 7,9, 11
rai
patuli s1ere0spmmwn sp. 21,29 3 Abies spectabilis Spach. 7, 9, 11
payin Vateria indica Linn. 61,68 rai Dilienia sp. 20, 28,34
peddajana Crewia tiliafolia Vahl. 55,63 rai Picaaamidiana Boiss. 7.9. 11
I ,

peddamauu raigala Shorea robusta Cartn. f. 21


Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. 59,66
pex-nari > rajain Holoptelea int.c&olia Planch. 10, 12, 15,17
pcikadukkai Lugerstramia pari+Jlora rtjbr+h Cassia /islula Linn. 8, 19, 36. 43
Roxb. 55, 58,62, 63 raJmor Caruga pinnata Roxb. 29, 34
Pu& lilac Melia azedarach Linn. 12, 13, 16 rakta-kanchan Bauhinia SD. 28, 30
perum*m Ailanthus malabarica DC. 59,66 rakla-rohida Aphonam&is p o ly s t a c hy a
petam Trewia nudiflora Linn. 48,52 (Wall.) Parkrr 43, 46
petari Trewia nudipora Linn. 48,52 raktha- Pterocarpus santalinus I .inn. f. 36, 59, 66
peymam Antiaris lo&aria Lcschen. chandanam
phalant Quercus sp. 21,:: raldhup CanaEurn stricturn Roxb. 47, 51
ph4$ Pop&s sp. 12, 17 ranamboda L$ondias sp. 48
4 ;., phaldu . •~og&~parui/olia (Roxb.) rangkat Adina cordifolia Hook. f. 22, 28, 31, 33
I 4’ 8, 11, 13, 15 ranjana
I, .$ t Manilkam sp. 44
phab Grewia tilirflia Vahl. 8, lo,40 rayan >
phal& Grewia sp. 14, 36 red tnndert Pterocarpussantalinus Linn. f. 56, 59,66
,; phanas A rtotokrp u .c hctcrophyllus rhctsa Fagara budrunga Roxb. 58, 62, 65, 67
1., 36,38 ‘39 40 rianj Qurc2is lanuginosa Don 8. 11
: :s 43,46;i8: 50: risni Cinnamomum sp. 44; 50
I 51 rohan Soymidafebrifga A. Juss. 21, 25, 31
phansi Anogeissus acuminota \\‘all. b. = 19,30 rohina \
Soymida febrifuga 4. Juss. 21, 25, 31
phariant ~Qucrcus glatrca Thuub. 8, 11 rohini j
phar\van TagFar, aphylla (Linn.) rostwood Dalbrrgia latifolia Roxb. ~19,23,30, 32,
9 (blackwood) 36, 38, 40(2),
piak Abus nitida Endl. 12,16 41,44,46, 49,
piasal Pterocarpus mar.wpirofl Rc~:b. 21, 25 >0,51,54, 58.
pichola K9ia ca@na Roosb. 26 63. 6.5. 67
pila \ Arhxarpus hetrrophsllu: rudrak Elaocarlus fabcrtulalusRoxb. 47; t-ii
pilavu j La&k. . _ i3,57,61,64,66 rudraksham Elaocarpus &berculatusRoxb.
pilivagai Albirria chinensis iOsbeck) Lunnea coromandtiica ,IIcrr. 20, 27, 32, :!
,Merr 61, 64 rukkathar drtocar@s hrterophyllus
pillamarudu Tennina& panictrlala Ro:h 56, 59, 68 Lamk. 19, 23, 28, 31
pimaram -4ilanthus excelsa Roxb. 59,66 ruta Ougtinia oojeinrnsir (Roxb. )
PiacY Kingiodcndron p i n n a t IIm Hochrcut 21. 31
(F.oxb.) Harms. 55, 58, 62, 65
Cynomctra polyondra Roxb. 19, 30 S
a Bucklandia populnea R. Br. 23, 28, 34
pitakurbei Wrightia sp. 33
pitali Trcwia nudipora Linn. 27, 35 et Am. 37, 40. +2
pitraj Aphanamixis p-o Iy s t a c h_aa safed chuglam Terminalin biaiata Stcutlcl 22, 25, 3i
(Wall.) Parker 23, 28, 43, 46 saftd-siris Albizzia procera Bcnth. 7, 10, 16, 18,
53, 57 23,33,36,37,
Panotiopsis jacquemontiana _ .
41.43.46. .il.
(Dec*ne) Rrhd. 14, 16 53, si
Kydia calycina Roxb. 12, 17 sag Tec!ona grandir I.inn. f. 45, 47, 49, 52
pongiliyarn Ailanthus malabarica DC. 59,66 sagada Schltichera oleosa Oken. 45.49
poola Salmnlia malabarica Schott sagade Schkichera olcosa Okcn. 55;6i
& Endl. 60, 68 sagapu Hymenodic&on excclswn Wall. 63
poomaruthu Lagcrstramia peciosa Pcrs. 55, 62 sagodi Qhkichera oleosa Oken. 45,49
peon Calophyllum sp. 43,46,48,54, sagon Teclona drandis Linn. f. 37, 38,39,41,
57, 61, 67
P+ar Popuius sp. 12, 17 sagoon Teclona grandis Linn. f. 21, 25, ‘3’0
porasu Chloroxylon swietenia DC. 54, 57, 63, 65 saguan Tectona grandis Linn. f. 21, 25, 30
POSW? Machilus macrantha Nces 47,52 saguvai Tectona grandis Linn. f. 56,59,62,66,
pothondi Prerygota alata R. Br. 60,68
pottugaka Albitzia chinensis (Osbeck) sagwan Tectona grandis Linn . f. 21,25,30,3678
Merr. 61, 64 38, 39,41,42:
pucca saj Terminalia tomenlosa \Vight 45 * 47 >49 , 52
et Am. “2’ :2 ;;, ;; sahaja Tytnz: tomentosa Wight
pudoli Slrrcospermwn sp. 22, 25, 31, 3.i
pP1a Kydia caalycinaRoxb. 12, 17:26,‘38, saj Terminalib tomenlosa Wight
47.60 et Am. 37, 40, 42
puli Tamarindus indica Linn. 56, 64; 66 sajad Terminalia tomentosc Wight
pulincakku Terminalin chebula Retz. et Arn. 45, 47, 52
pulusari Schlcichera olcosa Oken. 56, ;; sain Terminalia tomerztosa Wight
pumarudu Zzsgtrslramia s p e c i 0 .Pa et Am. 9, 11, 17, 22,
Pers. 55,62 25,31, 35, 37,
punna Calophyllum sp. 54, 57, 61, 67 40, 42

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NAME NAME

sakhu Shorea robusta Gartn. f. Lagerstramia pa r c if1 0 ra


\akhua Shorea robusta Grrtn. f. 2; sida
sidha
Roxb.
Lagcrstramia p a r u if1 0 r a
s, 11, 13, 14
sal Shorea robusta Gertn. f. 9, 21, 37
salai Boswellia scrrata Roxb. 12,26, 34, 38, Roxb. 20, 29, 31
41, 47, 51 silver gtey See white chuglam 22, 25, Sri
qaledi Boswellia serrata Roxb. 47,51 wood
raiga Boswellia serrata Roxb. 26, 34, 38, 41 silver oak Grec*illea robusta .A. Cunn. 17, 67
salhonne Calophyllum sp. 54, 57, 61, 67 simal Salmalia malabarica Schott
salia Boswellia serrata Roxb. 38,41 & End]. 12, 17
salvagai Albirria procera Benth. 53, 57 simal Salmalia insignis Schott &
sam Artocarpus chaplasha Roxb. 19, 23, 28, 34 Endl. 27, 35
sampige Michelia champaca Linn. 58,68 simal Salmnlia SD. 35
sanaru C&sin jstula Linn. simalo Salmalia malabarica Schott
sanchi Wrightia’ sp, A: 6c Endl. 48.52
simuli Salmalia malabarica Schott
sandalwood Santalum album Linn. 51,66
& Endl.
sandan Outeint o$inensis (Roxb.)
siras Albirzia lebbeck Benth. 43, 45, C
oc reu 8, 14, 21, 31, siris .4i$ea” chinensis (Osbeck) 28, 61, 64
37,40,45,47,

Sandra Acacia catechu Willd.


siris Albit& lebbeck Benth. 7, 10, 16, 18,
53. ::
sanko Anthocephalus cadamba Miq. 22,33, 36, 37,
26; 34
sannaippe Madhuca sp. 41, 43, 45, 51
55 sirish Albizzia lebbeck Benth. 18,22,33
sannan Ougeinia oojeinensis (Roxb.)
sirsul Albirzia lebheck Benth. 43, 45, 51
Hochrrut 8. 14 sisi Sterculia villosa Roxb.
saptaparni -4lstonia &olaris R. hr. 47. .51
sissoo Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. 8, IQ, 14, ?;
saral Pinus in.rularis Endl. 18, 22, 25
saravu Casuarina eqziseliflia Linn. 54 17,20,23, 31,
32. 34
sarg i Shorea robusta Gartn. f. 21 sissu Dalbergia latiflia Roxb. 19, 23, 30; 32
sarin Albizzia lcbbeck Benth. 7, 10, 16
sit Albirzia procera Benth. 18, 23, 33
sarjam Short-a robusta Gartn. f. 21
siwau Gmelina arborea Linn. 36,38 (2), 39,
saro Cupressus torulosa Don 9, 11
40,41
saru Casuarina equidstifolia Linn. 43
sohan Soymida febrifuqa A. Juss. 21, 25, 31
satiana Alstonia scholaris R. Br. 26
sonalu Cassiafistula I,&. 19
eatinwood Chloroxylon swietenia DC. 23, 36, 38, 40, sonari Cassia. j.rtala Linn.
44,46, 50, 54, sopa Michelia sp. 24, 29, A:
57, 63, 65 LSptIWX Picea smithiana Boiss. 7, 9, 11
satisal Dalber@a latifolia Roxb. 19, 23, 30, 32 srisi Albizzia odoratissima Benth. 36. 41
satni Alstoma scholaris R. Br. 12, 16 suan Soymida fcbrzfuga A. Juss. 21, 25; 31
satwin Alston.‘a scholaris R. Br. 12, 16, 47, 51 suji Cryptomeria japonica D. Don
saur Betsl~ sp. 23,31 SUlTl Fraxinus sp. 8, 10, 14, :z
rauri Salmalia malabarica Schott surai Cupressus torulosa Don 7, 9, 11
& Endl. 48, 52 surahonne Calophyllum sp. 54, 57, 61, 67
sauriya Xylia xylocarpa Taub. 37 surhonni Calophyllum sp. . 43. 46, 48
savukku Casuarina equiseti/lia Linn. 54 suria Xylia xylocarpa Taub.
sawar Salmalia malabarica Schott suru Casuarina equisetiflia Linn. ::
& Endl. 46, 52
llcleng Sapium baccatum Roxb. 27 T
semal Salmalia malabarica Schott
& Endl. 12, 17, 39, 42 tahli Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. 8, IQ, 14, 15,
semul Salmalia malabarica Schott 16
& Endl. 12, 17, 27, 39, talauma Michrlia baillonii Finet et
42,48, 52,60, Gagnep 24, 29,~33
68 taman Lagcrstramia speciosa Pers.
SemUl Salmalia sp. 35 tamruj Diospyros mclanoxylon Roxb. 44,46,49, “5”o
semul Salmalia insignis Schott & tanach Ougeinia oojeinensis (Roxb.)
Endl. 27, 35 Hochreut 45, 47, 49
semur Salmalia malabarica Schott tanaku Cyrocarpus jacquini Gartn.
& Endl. 39? 42 tanFan Xylia xylocarpa Taub. 22 ::
senkurunji Gluta travancoricu Bedd. 54, 58 tam Terminalia bcllirica Roxb. ’ ii7
shahtut Morus sp. tanki Bauhinia sp. 28,G
shala Boswellia serrata Roxb. ;: taraksopa Adina cordifolia Hook. f. 22, 28, 31, 33
shanbagam Michelia champaca Linn. 58, 68 tare Terminalia bellirica Roxb. 45,49
sharol tarl Terminalia brllirica Roxb. 45,49
Alnus nepalensis Don 12
shaur I tarli Azeyria chinensis (Osbeck)
shegun Tectona grandis Linn. f. 21, 25, 30
sheori Betula sp. 10, 15 tartari Dillcnih sp. 20, 28, ::
shisham Dalbcrgia rissoo Roxb. 8, 10, 14, 15, taungpeine Artocarpus chaplasha Roxb. 19, 23, 28, 34
16,20,23, 31, teak Tectona grandis Linn. f. 2 1,25, 30, 37,
32, 34 38, 39,41,42,
shisham Dalbergia lariflia Roxb. 36,38,40 (2). 45,47, 49, 52,
41,44,46,49, 56, 59, 62,66,
50,51
.shivane Gmelina arborea Linn. 54,58,60, 62, tegu Trctona grandis Linn. f. 45, 47, 49,:;
65 tejpat Cinnamomum sp. 19, 23, 32
shivani Gmelina arborea Linn. 44,46,47,48, teku Tectona grandis Linn. f. 56, 59,62,66,
shiwan > 50, 52 68
shrin Albirzia lebbeck Benth. 7, 10, 16 teley Stcrculia wrens Roxb. 27

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NAME NAME

tclla chinduga Albirzia procera Benth. 53, 57 uriam Bischofiajaoanica Blume 19,28,43,48,
tellamaddi ‘lnminalia arjtuta W & A. 5G 54, 61
trllapal Wrightia tomcntosaRoem et urulu Chukrasia tabularis Adt.
Sch. 66 Juss. 54, 57, 65
tclus Ougeinia oojeinensis (Roxb.) usiri
Hochreut 45, 47, 49 uthi Lannea coromandclica
Emblica oficinalis Crertn.
Mm. 55. 60. 65. 6”:
temburni Diospvros melanoxylonRoxb. 44,46, 49, 50 utis Alnrrs nepalensis Don 12; 26; 34
tendu Diospyros mclanoxylonRoxb. 36, 38, 40 (2)
tengre salla Tsayh,7”mosu iD. Don)
1 22,26 V
tenthra Albizzin procera Benth. 18, 23, 33
tenthuli Tamarindus indica Linn. 21 vagai 1 Jlbizzia lebbeck Benth. 53, 57
tettancottai Strychnos potatorum Linn. f. 64 vaka I
tewas Ougeinia oojeinensis (Roxb.) vakai Cassia marqinata Roxb. ’ 64
Hochreut 45, 47, :9 vakkainar Sterculia z;llosa Roxb. 60
thadachi 1 vate Artocarpus lakoocha Roxb.
Grewia tiliafolia Vahl. 55,63
thadasalu I vattakannu Kydia calycina Roxb. z
thadsal Grewia op. 44,49 vayal Paciloneuron indicum Bedd.
thanni Terminalin bcllirica Roxb. vedipila Cullenia excelta Wight 54, 59, z:
thapsi Holoptelia integriflia Planch. 60, 65, :: veeti Dalbergia latifolia Roxb. 54,58,63,65,
thare Terminalia bcllirica Roxb. 63
thavala Trewia nudijora I .inn. 61,68 vehela Terminalia bellirica Roxb. 45, :;
thega vekkali Aphanamixis p o ly s t a c hy a
thekinamra Tectona grandis Linn. f. 56, 59, 62. (Wall. j Parker 53, 57
theku 66, 68 vella-gil Dysaxylum malabcricum
thitpok Tetmmeles nud$&a R. Br. 27, 35 Bedd. Xl, 61, 65,67
thoramatti Terminalia arjuna W & A. vellaigongu Hopca sp.
th umbi Diospyros sp. 54, 58, 63, :! vellaikundrikam Vatcria indica Linn. 61,Z
tilonj Quercus Jloribunda Wall. 8, 11 vellakadam Anthoccphaluscadamba Miq. 59
tilsundi Michelia baillonii Finet et vellakadamba HymenodictyonexcelsumWall. 65
Cagnep 24, 29, 33 vellakongu Aphanamixis p o ly s t o c hy a
timbervo Diospyros melanoxylonRoxb. 44,46,49, 50 (Wall.) Parker 53, 57
timru Diospvros melanoxylonRoxb. 44,46,49, 50 vellakunthirikam I’ateria indica Linn. 61,68
timur Fagara budrunga Roxb. 24, 32, 34 vellamaruthu Terminalin arjuna W & A. 56
tinnas Oqeinia oojeincnsis (Roxb.) vellanagai
~lno~eissus latifolia Wall. 53, 63
Hochrcut 8, 14 vellanava ;
tinsa Ougeinia oojeinensis (Roxb.) vellapayini Vateria indica Linn. 61, 68
Hochreut 8, 14, 37, 40 vellapine Vateria indica Linn. 48, 52, 61, 68
tiril Diospvros melano.rylonRoxb. 20, 24, 31, 32 vellavaka 1 Albizria procera Benth. 53,57
tirphul 50, 52 velvagai i
~y$;~,;; rRa”uzp
tirwa 57,64 vellayini Diptrrocarpus indicus Bedd. 54,61,67
Michelii baillonii Finet et vellilava Terminalia arjuna W & A. 56
tits-sopa Gagnep 24,29, 33 velukku 1f Kydia calycina Roxb. 60
Michelia champaca Linn. 24 vendai
tiwas L)u,qeinin oojeinensis (Roxh.) venga
Hochreut vengai ) Pterocarpusmarsupium Roxb. 56, 58
37, 40, 49
toon Cedrelu toonn Roxb. 8, 10, 13, 15, vengottai 1 Lophopetalum wightianum
17, 19: 23,28, venkatavu 1 Am. 58,60,62,67
32,34,44,46, ventrak 1 Lagerstramia lanccolata
48, 50, 54,57, venthelthu _t Wall. 55, 58, 62,
61, 64, 67 65,67
vimbusirakadam- Mi~~t;pamifolia (Roxb.)
to:U\‘attu Swiradera indjca Ckrtn. 66 bu 0 . 58,66
Abies pindrow Royle 7, 9,11
tosh
A bier spectabilis Spach, 7,_%11
triphal Fagara budrunga Roxb. .>o,52 W
tuar Holarrhena antidysenterica
Wall. walnut &glans sp. 10, 16, 17, ‘4”;
tuki Diospyros sp. 54, 58, 63, 2: warrang Kydia calycina Roxb.
tula Ptevgota olata R. Br. 27, 35 white bombwe TerminaBa procera Roxb. 22, 25, 30, 35
tula Tetrameles nudQ¶oraR. Br. 27, 35 white cedar Dys:“ddy 1u m malabaricum
tumiki Diospyros sp. 54, 58, 63, 65 46,48,50,52,
tumri Diospyros melanoxylonRoxb. 36, 38, 40 (2) 58, 61,~65, 67
tun Cedrela toona Roxb. 8, 10, 13, 15, white clmgllun Terminalia bialata Steudel 22,25, 35
16, 19,23,28, (silver grey=
32. 34 wood)
tuni Cedrela toona Roxb. 19,23,28; 32, white dbup Cunurium stricturn Roxb. 47, 51, 59
white dbup Canariumcuphyllum Kurz 26, 34
tupra LXos0yros sp. 54, 58, 63,:: wovali Manilkara sp. 44
tut Moms sp. 11 woomb Miliusa tomentosa (Roxb.)
J. Sinclair 45,51
U

uchal Pinus insularis Endl. 18, 22, 25 Y


u&l Stertulia uillosa Roxb. 27,60
uli Munpz$m indicu I.inn. 24, 27, 29, 35 yet+ PterocarpusmarsupiumRoxb. 56,58
upas Antiuris toxicariu Leschen yemane Gmelina arborea Linn. 20,24.26,29,
uravu Machilus macrantha Nees 60,;; 32

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\‘~‘ll,,iitTl‘Il‘Z3 Kinghdendron p i n n a t *(m ShychM nux-umnica Liuxa. 56, 64


(Roxb.) Hamw. chlhsia Iab&Tis hr.
yennemara Dip@mcarpus indicus Bedd. J-
ye padauk Bticho~ jaUan;a Bhme ARR&SSIU acuminata Wall.
yepi Hardwickia binata Roxb.
yerra-wltlanam PlnocatpuF santaliinur
Linn. f. 56, 59, 66
yetaga! Adina cmdijXia Hook. f. 45, 48, 50, 51 Z
yettaga Adina cordifoa Hook. f. 53, 57,61, 64,
66 zinbyun Dilhia sp. 20, 28, 34

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