Periploca calophylla

Periploca calophylla (Wight) Falc., Proc. Linn. Soc. Lond. 1: 115 1841. (syn: Periploca calophylla var. calophylla ; Streptocaulon calophyllum Wight);

China (Guangxi, Guizhou, Hubei, Hunan, Sichuan, Yunnan), Tibet, India (NE-India, subtropical & temperate Himalayas, Upper Gangetic Plains, Darjeeling), Jammu & Kashmir (Poonch, Kashmir), Nepal, Vietnam, Myanmar [Burma] (Kachin, Mandalay), Bhutan, Sikkim as per Catalogue of Life;

Common name: Pretty-Leaved Silkflower Vine

Extensive, wiry twiner. Leaves narrowly ovate-lanceolate to lanceolate, 4-8 x 0.5-2.2cm, apex long acuminate to caudate, base cuneate; petiole 1.5-3mm. Flowers yellow green, pinkish to purple red, in 5-15 flowered cymes. Cyme branches 3-9mm long, slender; pedicels 2-3mm. Calyx lobes c 2mm long, minutely ciliate. Corolla tube c 1mm long; lobes 5-6 x c 2mm, glabrous or puberulent within, margins often recurved; central lobe of corolline coronal scale 3-5mm long, pubescent. stamens beared on their backs, c 1.5mm high. Follicles 8-17 x 0.5-0.7cm. Seeds 1-1.3 x c o.1 cm; coma 3-4cm.
Fl. November-April.
Warm broad-leaved forests, 900-2000m.
(Attributions- A.J.C. Grierson & D.G. Long. Flora of Bhutan. Published by RGoB and RBGE. 1999 from Bhutan Biodiversity Portal)
Addition of Periploca calophylla to your database : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Sending two photos of a much branched climber Periploca calophylla (Asclepiadaceae) for addition to your website.
Photographed in:  Shillong, Dec. 2017
Alt: 1500m asl

Thanks, ..., for superb addition.
Periploca calophylla for id validation- NS March 2018::01 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
This taxon has recently been added to eFI database, I am posting supplementary images of the same, for addition as well as validation.
I hope the identification is right.
Periploca calophylla, recorded from near Dehradun, Uttrakhand, I had seen it elsewhere also, but never in flowers

Yes to me also appear close to images at Periploca calophylla 

on target ... it is Periploca calophylla

Thanks ... for confirming..
I had encountered this climber in vegetative phase many times, but no idea what it could be, finding it in flowers solved the mystery for me..!!