Common mime host plant

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Identifying a plant with few features is really difficult. I understand your curiosity. Just keep a track of the development of plant for flowering/fruiting if the plant is accessible to you.
Very few characters are visible in the given picture. There is a climber also growing on other plant.
I agree with ... Not possible to id a plant thus... sorry...

But by the way... several years ago ... at Narendrapur RK mission school yard... we had seen similarly curled up browning leaves and these butterflies "eating" something. or "TENDING TO " something, they kept hovering and coming back to same spot for several hours..... a local gardener said the plant was ATASHI... I have no idea what that would be... never saw flowers ...

may be you can do better than I did and follow up with more identifying features and may be even a flower or two when they develop on this plant...

 
 
 
 
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