S. India to Vanuatu; Native to: Andaman Is., Assam, Bangladesh, Borneo, East Himalaya, India, Jawa, Lesser Sunda Is., Malaya, Maluku, New Caledonia, New Guinea, Northern Territory, Philippines, Queensland, Sri Lanka, Sulawesi, Sumatera, Thailand, Vanuatu, Western Australia; Introduced into: Cambodia, Cuba, Florida, Hawaii, Leeward Is., Mozambique, Réunion, Trinidad-Tobago, Vietnam, Windward Is. as per POWO;
 
Indian medlar, Bulletwood, Pagade tree’s, Spanish cherry • Hindi: Maulsari मौलसरी • Urdu: Kirakuli किराकुली • Manipuri: বোকুল লৈ Bokul lei • Tamil: மகிழம்பூ Magizhamboo • Malayalam: Ilanni • Bengali: Bakul • Marathi: Bakuli • Konkani: Omval • Kannada: Ranjal • Gujarati: Barsoli; 
 
Flowers are very good and scented fruits are edible after they become yellolw/orange. seed teilds oil. bark ash is used in tooth problem. very good tree for avanue;
 
The green  fruits are now scarlet red to orangeish red and  a great favorite of birds… and sometimes children… I have tasted them…pulp is sweet-flat-granular, remotely reminds me of white Sapota – or shabeda in local Bengali lingo… ;  

 

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ID of Kolkata tree_RKC02_020611: Loc.: Victoria memorial campus, Kolkata, W. Bengal.
Date: Feb., 2011.

flowers are very good and scented fruits are edible after they become yellolw/orange. seed teilds oil. bark ash is used in tooth problem. very good tree for avanue,,,,,,,,, 


I had seen this plant in flowering at Itanagar, even I have the foto of flowers. But I could not recognize it in fruiting condition. ‘Moulshri‘ is another name for this plant.


Mimusops elengi, Sapotaceae. There is a very good plantation on road side in Dr. Harisingh Gour Central University campus. The tree provide very good and cool shade in the summer.


Yes, Mimusops elengi….
Victoria memorial grounds has more than 30 of these trees, they all flower at a little different times, and some are still flowering…. the green  fruits are now scarlet red to orangeish red and  a great favorite of birds… and sometimes children… I have tasted them…pulp is sweet-flat-granular, remotely reminds me of white Sapota – or shabeda in local Bengali lingo…

In our informal survey…no bakul tree had been uprooted during Hurricane Aila in calcutta … in the memorial grounds, lakes and its vicinity and my neighbourhood in Southern calcutta…. Its fruits are eaten by many birds, its flowers are fragrant and nectar food for butterflies and bees and its wood when ready takes on beautiful polish, I am told is somewhat reddish…. Its a value added street tree for urban forestry, gives dense shade , being useful for wild life, is fragrant and is useful medicinally…. in Ayurvedic formulations..
I love this tree among many… In one gujarati Kathiawari dialect its call Bor-salli, some others call it Bol-rasi…. go figure…

 

 

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This is the time for BAKUL. This flower is known as MAULSARI in hindi and the scientific name is Mimusops elengi. This year I have recorded six species of butterflies on this flower. One of them is Grey Pansy. I have recorded Grey Pansy on 39 different species of flowers so far. Attaching an image of Grey pansy butterfly on Mimusops elengi.



 

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Huge and beautiful Bakul tree (Mimusops elengi) – Near Anshi: I was amazed find this huge Bakul tree near Anshi. 


 

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Mimusops elengi from Hooghly: This is BAKUL GAACHH in Bengali, very romantically associated with Bengali novels in older days where protagonists offered these flowers or garland to their fiancee and vice versa ! 
…, have you ever heard of that our mother or grannies called their bosom friends as BAKUL. They even pledged that in future, when they would have children they would surely be in laws with each other!
Species : Mimusops elengi L.
Habit & Habitat : tree, raly. station, also on roadside
Date : 09-12-2011, 10.30 a.m.
Place : Balarambati (Hooghly), WB
Huge Mimusops elengi tree: Came across this massive Bakul tree in Dandeli; over 30 meters tall with a straight 15+ meter bole and with a girth of 13ft.
Date/Time- May 2012

Location- Dandeli WLS

Habitat- Wild in Evergreen forest

Plant Habit- Tree

Height/Length- over 30 meters

Leaves- Simple alternate and glabrous

Inflorescence Type/ Size-

Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts-

Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds- ovoid 

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fruit : Mimusops elengi: Attachinng fruit images of Mimusops elengi L.
Species : Mimusops elengi L.
Habit & Habitat : tree, planted in ASHRAM compound
Date : 14-05-12, 10.18 a.m.
Place : Garalgacha (Hooghly)


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Flora of Delhi: Mimusops elengi from IIPA Campus New Delhi: Returned back from 3 Days Training on Disaster Management from National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) IIPA Campus New Delhi. Could find some plants in flowering stage There Sharing Mimusops elengi A medium size tree with flowers and fruits


something is puzzling me about this plant… there are a lot of mimusops in Chandigarh… while some are almost every year laden with fruits some i have never seen bearing any fruits though they are mature enough to bear fruits…. is there anything i dont know about this plant which can help me solve this….???


Mimusops elengi (Family: Sapotaceae).
The flowers have a sweet fragrance. This tree is commonly called elengi in Malayalam too.
I have heard people saying (not botanists but lay persons) that there are two types of elengi, those which flowers and those which fruits.
Have always wondered what this means but hasn’t been able to solve this puzzle.


Mazhilam poo in Tamil and ranjal in kannada. The flowers are collected and made into garlands in Chennai and offered to God.. Sold outside the Shiva temples. Fruits edible.


 
Bakkal flower:  What is a bakkal flower. I think it is a persian name.


I found it only on two pages in google as truly a flower… otherwise its someones ‘ name etc
Both cases it is used in connection to Sai baba if Sirdi… you better ask them…
it must be local vernacular name for a scented flower..


I imagined that it could be a marathi name since Saibaba lived in Shirdi. Then I also thought the spelling could be slightly different. Then I searched in flowers names in Marathi and got it as Bakul thorough Google. Then it was easy.


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Sharing the images of Mimusops elengi: Sharing the images of Mimusops elengi from NBNP, Anaikatti, Coimbatore

Its one of the sacred grove tree in temples.


Here are mines from Chandigarh Botanical Garden



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VALMIKI : OBSERVER OF NATURE: 1 correct image as above.
Valmiki mentioned BAKULA tree in his Ramayan. In Hindi this tree is known as Maulsari and it is known as Bakul in Bangla. Scientifically it is known as Mimusops elengi. Small flowers are fragrent. Fruits are edible.
Attaching two images of the plant. You may like it.

 

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Mimusops elengi L from kamrup district, Assam:  Attachments (7).  3 posts by 3 authors.
Attached images are Mimusops elengi L. collected from Kamrup district, Assam
Date :24.04.2013
Location: Kamrup district
Family : Sapotaceae
Genus & species : Mimusops elengi L
Habit : Tree


Good photographs …

It is popular in temple areas.

I can observe the characteristic undulate (Wavy) margin of the leaves.


 

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Id of Fruit ID 23062013 SH1 : Attachments (1). 4 posts by 3 authors.

Posting a photo for Id of Fruit
Date / Time – 30.10.2012
Location – Ratnagiri
Habitat – Wild 


I think it is Mimusops elengi, bakul.


Mimusops elengi, bakul.


Thanx … I had never seen fruits of this plant, always fascinated by the fragrance of the flowers and never bothered to see the fruits 🙂


 

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Mimusops elengi :  Attachments (1). 1 post by 1 author. One year old Bakul seedling; grown from seed. Very slow to germinate and slower growth still.


 

 

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Mimusops elengi L. :  Attachments (1).  2 posts by 2 authors.
Mimusops elengi L., Fam: Sapotaceae

chennai, Tamil Nadu
wild/ cultivated ever green tree,
aromatic flowers used in hair oils and cosmetic products, bark , seeds medicinal
considered Holy tree cultivated in Lord shiva’s temples and star tree of Anusham/Anuradha


Yes.


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04052014NVR Tree from Canacona Goa for ID :  2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4).

Tree is 7-10m height. Found in Goa and in the western Ghats.


Mimusops elengi L. [Sapotaceae].


 

 

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SYMBIOSIS : 606 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1).
Attaching an image of a honey Bee on the flowers of Mimusops elengi. It is known as MAULSARI in Hindi and BAKUL in Bangla.


 

 

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SYMBIOSIS : 614 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1).
Attaching an image of a female Leopard Lacewing butterfly on the flowers of Mimusops elengi .

Commonly known as BAKUL/ MAULSARI.


 

 

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There are 83 names of different plants mentioned by Tagore in his songs. BAKUL (Mimusops elengi)

is mentioned in 69 songs. Bakul is known as MAULSARI in Hindi. I have posted all those 69 songs printed on the images of BAKUL, to those who understand and can read Bangla. It was a suggestion from Prof. Lalithamba Avadhanam if the translated version is uploaded for the benefit of those who can not read and understand Bangla. My friend Prof. B N Ray has translated 16 songs by Tagore where Bakul has a mention, on my request. Attaching the image bearing the first song of the series.


very nice but cant read the lines on the flowers

from now on can you please put the lines separately


 

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FLOWERS/PLANTS MENTIONED BY TAGORE IN HIS SONGS : BAKUL-2 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1)

Here is another song by Tagore having BAKUL in it. The song is printed on an image of BAKUL (Mimusops elengi).


 

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FLOWERS/TREES MENTIONED BY TAGORE IN HIS SONGS : ( BAKUL-3 ) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)  
Attaching translation of another song by Tagore in which BAKUL is mentioned.


Very nice. Now I can read the lines


 

 

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FLOWERS /TREES MENTIONED BY TAGORE IN HIS SONGS ( BAKUL-4 ) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1) 
Attaching translation of another song by Tagore with mention of BAKUL in it.


may all should see this? dont you think? please send to indiatreepix

Hriday amar nachere aaajike mayurer mot nachere…

we used to dance to this when 3/ 4/ 5 years old …


 

 

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Posting another translation of a song by Tagore in which BAKUL is mentioned. In the same song PIYAL and MALLIKA is also mentioned. I intend to post those separately.


 

 

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Attaching translation of another song by Tagore with Bakul mentioned in it.


 

 

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Attaching translated version of another song by Tagore in which Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translation of another song by Tagore having Bakul mentioned in it.


 

 

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Attaching translated version of another song of Tagore, where Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translated version of another song by Tagore where Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translated version of another song by Tagore in which Bakul has a mention.


 

 

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Attaching translation of another song by Tagore, having Bakul mentioned in it.


 

 

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Attaching translation of another song by Tagore in which Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translation of another song of Tagore where Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translation of another song by Tagore in which Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translated version of another song by Tagore, where Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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FLOWERS/TREES MENTIONED BY TAGORE IN HIS SONGS ( BAKUL-18 ) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (1) 
Attaching translation of another song of Tagore , where Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translated version of another song by Tagore, in which Bakul has been mentioned.


 

 

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Attaching translated version of another song by Tagore in which BAKUL has been mentioned. The same song has been uploaded with KETAKI -1.

A point to be noted that BAKUL has been mentioned by Tagore in as many as 70 songs (the maximum by the poet on any flower/ plant).

TSP-JAN2016-10-10:Images of Mimusops elengi (Sapotaceae) : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)

It is my pleasure to share few images of Mimusops elengi (Sapotaceae 

Habit: Tree 

Habitat: Moist deciduous forests 

Sighting: Chikmagalur, Karnataka, about 1200 msl and Kochi, Kerala, about 50 msl 

Date: 12-04-2015, 28-11-2015 and 17-12-2015


woooow such a cuute picture !!
my beloved fragrant beauty

 

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Name of the Tree : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
can you please let me know the name of this tree..


Mimusops elengi L.


 

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SYMBIOSIS : 828 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)
In the attached collage Grey Pansy butterfly is on the flowers of Mimusops elengi (BAKUL/ MAULSARI).

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SYMBIOSIS : 829 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1)
Other day I captured an image of a juvenile male of Scarlet Sunbird on the flowers of Mimusops elengi (BAKUL/ MAULSARI).
attaching that image.


very nice capture indeed

 

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Attaching an image of a Common Small Flat on flowers of Mimusops elengi (BAKUL/ MAULSARI).

 

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Id : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Its dried tree image collected from surrounding Thrissur 


Pl. check with images at Mimusops elengi


I think matches with images at Mimusops elengi

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SK744 21 SEP-2017:ID : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
Location:  New Town Eco Park
                 Kolkata, India
Date: 10 September 2017
Elevation : 25 ft.


Mimusops. Bakul


Thank you …! Mimusops elengi L.


 

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Attaching a collage of Red Vented Bulbul feeding on fruits of Mimusops elengi (BAKUL/ MAULSARI). 

 

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Attaching a collage of Blue throated Barbet feeding on fruits of Mimusops elengi (BAKUL).

 

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18/3/06 on roadside on way to Goa near Belgaon; 24/5/07; At Yalandur, near Biligiri Hills, Karnataka- 19/4/08; at kanakeshwar, Alibag- 2/4/10; at Sagar Upavan in Nov.’10; Trees of Delhi- Flowers in May- June; another flush in the rains. Mimusops elengi- Maulsari, Bakul, Indian medlar, Spanish Cherry, Bulletwood- Family Sapotaceae – indiantreepix | Google Groups


  

 

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… at a resort  in Virajpet, Coorg

Date: November 11, 2019 … Altitude: about 910 m (3000 ft) asl
Lagerstroemia ¿ species ?  

Dear friends,
The sepals on fruits seem very different from the regular ones. The fruits measure just about 3/4th inch. Please help ID 

This looks close to Putranjiva roxburghii to me. I hope I have replied on the correct link this time.


…, I doubt this tree to be any species of Putranjiva, which typically has pendulous branches.
And I could very well be mistaking it to be Lagerstroemia.
Let us wait for comments.


…, it’s Mimusops elengi


Thank you very much … for helping with this ID.
Many thanks to … too for her keen observation that the plant is not Lagerstroemia.


… is correct. looks like a very prolific producer of fertilized non-dropping off of flowers. so there are these unusually large numbers of fruits. we we generally dont see it so often. did you look at the soil below the tree, even the dried flowers can be seen. did you?
it is Mimusops elengi
bolrasi or balrasi in gujarati. my dad used to said it was borsalli, he probably learnt it from his teacher in gujarati who was from towns in gir forest)

Thanks … No, I did (could) not look below the tree, it was beyond a hedge, and there were too many other plants until the hedge.
Given time is just about half an hour for morning walk !!!


Yes; … is right. It’s Mimusops elenji of Sapotaceae.


 

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SK 2393 16 January 2020 : 6 posts by 2 authors. 4 images- 6 to 7 mb each.
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Date:  07  December 2019 
Elevation: MSL
Habitat: Cultivated

Mimusops elengi


Yes …


 

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Request for I’d of a tree : 7 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)- 6 mb. 
Request for I’d of a cultivated tree from Bilaspur. Photographed in August, 2020.


Ficus benjamina L.


I concur with …


What a miracle pic …, I am thinking why …given Id as Ficus benjamina, but he is correct for base, there is two sp. which one you focused is Mimusops elengi (Reddish stem), there is another one behind this tree is Ficus benjamia (white stem), 


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