Pueraria wallichii

Pueraria wallichii DC. (syn: Dolichos frutescens D.Don);

Bangladesh (N) ; Bhutan (N); China (U) ; Xizang Zizhiqu ; Yunnan; India (N) ; Assam ; Meghalaya; Mizoram ; Sikkim; Uttar Pradesh; West Bengal ; Myanmar (N); Nepal (N) ; Thailand (U) as per ILDIS;

Shrubs, sometimes climbing. Branches slender, thinly pu­bescent or glabrescent. Stipules basifixed, lanceolate, caducous; stipels small, bristly; terminal leaflet obovate, 10-13 cm, abax­ially with few adpressed hairs, adaxially green, glabrescent, base deltoid, margin entire, apex caudate-acuminate. Racemes up to 15 cm, often fascicled or paniculate; peduncle long, slender. Pedicels slender, clustered at nodes of rachis. Calyx ca. 4 mm, subglabrous; teeth obscure or very broad, lower ones broader. Corolla white to reddish; standard obovate, ca. 1.2 cm, base narrowed into a short claw, without auricles; wings slightly shorter than curved keel; keel equal to standard. Vexillary sta­men only free at base, other part joined with filament tube. Leg­umes straight, 7.5-12.5 cm × 6-12 mm, glabrous. Fl. Sep-Oct.
Hill slopes in forests or thickets
India: Assam, Bihar, Southern India; Thailand, China
(Attributions- Compiled from secondary sources listed in references by Kishor Deka for the Assam Biodiversity Portal project from India Biodiversity Portal)

SK941 08 JAN-2018 : 14 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (6)
Location: Suryabinayak, Nepal  
Date: 7 January 2018
Elevation: 4600 ft.
Images not so good quality due to very long shot !
Fabaceae ...???

Pl. check 
Was it near habitat? 

It was in wild and located at the edge of the forest about 60/70 ft. above the road so the images could not be  better.
However, it is not in the vicinity of people habitat.
I asked you because pods looked like that. 
Yes ..., it looks like but I guess it is some wild sp.

Unusual flowering in this season.
Appear closer to Desmodium elegans.

Only confusion is the flowering season and seed pods which looks different !

Yes, your confusion is valid. Pods are different than Desmodium, no constriction between two seeds!
I wonder what it could be then?

Could not find a match as per images at Fabaceae (Leguminosae)

Is it a climber
Thanks, ... Appears so from the habit image in the first picture.

I guess it is a shrub.

Pueraria wallichii DC. as per SK 2232 19 October 2019


SK 2232 19 October 2019 : 21 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)-1, 2 & 2 mb. 
Location: Okharpauwa, Nuwakot
Date: 17 October 2019
Elevation: 1712 m.
Habit : Wild 
Which Fabaceae? 

Attachments (1)- 7 mb. 

Attachments (1)- 7 mb. 
Attachments (1)- 7 mb. 
Attachments (1)- 2 mb. 
climber: or shrub

Scandent / Dangling 
so you have pictures of the stem that was dangling? was it woody, hairy etc
Sorry, I could hardly pull the small part of it. By the way stem looks strong and thick like finger !
Flower, calyx remind me of Canavalia sp. 
It is not listed in Nepal ! Some Canavalia is syn with Dolichos but not matching.
I guess it is then same one from my earlier post but not yet identified.

Do you have any habit image ?
Unfortunately, no. Actually I saw a couple of flowers lying on the floor and looked for the mother plant but did not find. After a few distance I saw a branch dangling down and pulled it. It looked like scandent shrub rather than a climber.
OK, ...
Haymondia wallichii (DC.) A.N.Egan & B.Pan ??
Syn : Pueraria wallichii DC. ??

That is how I came to guess about the ID. Do you think it is correct ?
I think so. Fabaceae is enormous. 
I wonder how you came to this Genus !!
I was checking the drawings of Stainton book and it struck my mind and searched the net and came across POWO image.
I also agree with the id as matching with leaf venation and flowers per the following: