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Product images of 279. African Baobab Trees, a large Tamarind, the God Aiyanar and his two Wives.
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279. African Baobab Trees, a large Tamarind, the God Aiyanar and his two Wives.
The god and his wives are supposed to take a ride every night, leaving good gifts at the houses of all who give them earthenware horses. The natives of India, it is stated by Drury, have a prejudice against sleeping under the Tamarind tree (Tamarindus indica, Linn.), and the acid damp from the trees does affect the cloth of tents that are pitched under them for any length of time. For foliage and fruit, natural size, see 700. A short account of the Baobab (Adansonia digitata, Linn.) is given in the description of 262.
- Image reference: MN_279
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew