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The phytochemical studies on the leaves of Prosopis cineraria resulted in isolation of methyl docosanoate, diisopropyl-9,10-dihydroxyicosane-1,20-dioate, tricosan-1-ol and 7,24-tirucalladien-3-one. While diisopropyl-10,11-dihydroxyicosane-1,20-dioate is a hitherto unreported compound, methyl docosanoate, tricosan-1-ol and 7,24-tirucalladien-3-one are being reported for the first time from P. cineraria . These compounds have been characterized on the basis of spectral and other data.