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Total methanolic (90 percent) extract of Boygainvillea glabra leaves was fractionated by different solvents and the fractions were tested for their anti-inflammatory action in carragenin rat paw oedema. Only petroleum-ether (60-80 degree) fraction showed significant activity when given intraperitoneally at a dose of 100 mg/kg. The choromatographic studies of the petroleum-ether fraction indicated that the anti-inflammatory activity was due to the presence of steroidal component in the leaves.