513: Charbagh, a garden layout – a quadrilateral garden, divided by walkways or flowing water into four smaller parts. In Persian, “Chār” means ‘four’ and “bāgh” means ‘garden’.
The Palashi flower gives its name to the area in Bengal where the Battle of Plassey (Anglicized form of Palashi) was fought.
Plassey flower from the Battle of Plassey
Battle of Plassey… Plassey is anglicized version of Palash the Bengali name for the Flame of the Forest
Flame of the Forest is called Palash in Bengali.
Plassey was the anglicised version of Palashi , a small town abundant with Flame of the Forests.
Palash flowers – Plassey – Battle of Plassey
palash tree and the battle of plassey. The place is named after the anglicised version of the tree.
Battle of Plassey – Plassey takes its name from the flower (in Bengali ?) – flame of the forest
plassey/palashi named after butea
Battle of Plassey
Battle of Plassey was fought in the town of palashi.
Town of palashi got its name from palash flower.
Palashi (Plassey) – (1) is the ‘Flame of the Forest’ flower aka ‘Palash’ in Bengali, which lends its name to the town of Plassey, where the famous battle depicted in (2) was fought.
The palashi flower, and the Battle of Plassey -Plassey being a corruption of ‘palashi’.
red silk cotton tree and battle of plassey. the main motive behind the battle of plassey was to acquire the cotton and silk industry in India as the gold and silver flow from britain was depleting and the british wanted more trade from india
Those are the bright red flowers of the palash tree and the nex pic is the Plan of the Battle of Plassey
Plassey is an anglicised pronunciation of Palashi and the place derived its name from the palash tree known for its beautiful red flowers ……!!!
Red silk cotton tree and battle of plassey. the main motive behind the battle of plassey was to acquire the cotton and silk industry in India as the gold and silver flow from britain was depleting and the british wanted more trade from india
The flower “Polash”, which gets it’s name from Polashi in Bengal, also the scene for the Battle of Plassey (anglicized name for Polashi)