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Palasa is one of the sacred trees worshipped in India. In Sanskrit, Palasa is known as Kimshuka, Brahmavriksha. Kimshuka in Sanskrit means “like a parrot” or “what brightness!” The vernacular names of Palasa are: In Kannada Muthuga , Telegu Modaga chettu , Hindi Palasa, Kankrei Chichra tesu, desuka jhad, dhaak, palaash, chalcha , Gujarati Kesudo , Punjabi Keshu, Chachra, Sanura , Malayalam Plasu Shamata, Muriku , Marathi PaLaash , Urdu Palashpapra , Bengali Kinshuk, Polash, Polashi , Assamese Porasum , Tamil Parasu, Mullumurugai, Kaliyanamurukkan . The Botanical name is Butea Monosperma and it belongs to the family of Fabaceae. Some of the English names of Palasa are: Flame of the forest, Bastard Teak and Parrot tree.
Palasa is native to tropical and sub tropical parts of the Indian Subcontinent and South East Asia. It is found mostly in India, Nepal, Burma, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Western Indonesia. The tree is found in the plains and slopes of the hills in India. Palasa trees are found in some of the temple premises in Tamil Nadu.