Bengal gram, chickpea • Assamese: বুট butta • Bengali: চণক chanaka, ছোলা chola • Gujarati: ચણક chanaka • Hindi: बतूरी baturi, बुंट bunt, चणा or चना chana, हरभरा harbhara, रहला rahla • Kannada: ಕೀಸರಿಬೇಳೆ kisaribele • Kashmiri: चन chan • Konkani: चणो chano • Malayalam: ബംഗാള്‍ കടല bamgaala katala • Manipuri: চনা chana • Marathi: चणा chana, हरभरा harabhara, हुळा hula, पहाळ pahal, उळा ula • Nepalese: चना chana • Oriya: chona • Persian: نخود nukhud • Prakrit: चणओ chanao • Punjabi: ਬੂਟ but, ਚਣਾ chana, ਚੋਲਾ chola • Sanskrit: चणकः chanakah, होलकः holakah,वातुलिका vaatulika • Sindhi: چَڻو charno • Tamil: கடலை katalai • Telugu: చణకము canakamu, హరిమంథకము hari-manthakamu, శనగలు sanagalu • Tibetan: mon sran tsa na • Urdu: نخود nukhud;
SY-ser — classical Latin name for chick pea / garbanzo bean
air-REE-tee-num — ram’s head
 
 
Native to: obscure, probable origin is Middle-East; cultivated widely 

Fabaceae (pea, or legume family) » Cicer arietinum
SY-ser — classical Latin name for chick pea / garbanzo bean        
air-REE-tee-num — ram’s head

Native to: obscure, probable origin is Middle-East; cultivated widely
Edible use:
unripe seeds, leaves (as VEGETABLE) … Wikipedia 

 

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SY-ser — classical Latin name for chick pea / garbanzo bean
air-REE-tee-num — ram’s head
Dec 26, 2009 … at Rajguru Nagar, near Pune
commonly known as: Bengal gram, chickpea • Assamese: বুট butta • Bengali: চণক chanaka, ছোলা chola • Gujarati: ચણક chanaka • Hindi: बतूरी baturi, बुंट bunt, चणा or चना chana, हरभरा harbhara, रहला rahla • Kannada: ಕೀಸರಿಬೇಳೆ kisaribele • Kashmiri: चन chan • Konkani: चणो chano • Malayalam: ബംഗാള്‍ കടല bamgaala katala • Manipuri: চনা chana • Marathi: चणा chana, हरभरा harabhara, हुळा hula, पहाळ pahal, उळा ula • Nepalese: चना chana • Oriya: chona • Persian: نخود nukhud • Prakrit: चणओ chanao • Punjabi: ਬੂਟ but, ਚਣਾ chana, ਚੋਲਾ chola • Sanskrit: चणकः chanakah, होलकः holakah,वातुलिका vaatulika • Sindhi: چَڻو charno • Tamil: கடலை katalai • Telugu: చణకము canakamu, హరిమంథకము hari-manthakamu, శనగలు sanagalu • Tibetan: mon sran tsa na • Urdu: نخود nukhud
Native to: obscure, probable origin is Middle-East; cultivated widely
some views Dec 26, 2009 … at Rajguru Nagar, near Pune 

My pictures “Chane tere kitne roop”

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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week : Shrubs/Herbs : Cicer arietinum: Cicer arietinum
Pune Private farm. (Harbara) हरबरा
Cultivated food species.


In Hindi Called as ‘Chana’



Cicer arientinum: Cicer arientinum
Common name: Harbhara, Chana
At Ratanwadi, Bhandardara
02 Feb,2013


 

Feb2015sk19/39Hooghly : Cicer arietinum L. : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (8)
This is growing in my home, not intended though!


Attached here are fruit pictures. Attachments (3)


Mature seed of the plant, photographed today! 
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beautiful

pictures are like from a macro lens on a dslr, one does not need and dslr anymore

quality technology is far advanced now

very good pictures including all the shiny droplets

volunteer gifts from mother nature are the best

love it 


Thank you very much …, these bridge cameras give nice photographs when light is adequate.

Cicer arietinum L.
at Rajgurunagar, Pune on December 26, 2009 


Again a cultivated species, pictures from Panipat…
Cicer arietinum

 

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Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight ::Cicer arietinum : Lonavala :: PKA-OCT-14 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)

This one is a flower photo of “Gram, Chana, Harbhara“.
Bot. name: Cicer arietinum 
Photographed at Pawna nagar., Lonavala 


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Cicer arietinum L. : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (7)- around 650 kb each. 

Location: Chandragiri, Kathmandu, Nepal
Altitude: 2511 m.
Date: 27 May 2019
Habit : Garden escape?


 

 
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