Medicinal herbs have been used since the Vedic era. The Caesalpiniaceae family includes the Bauhinia racemose, Lam. It is a tiny, anfractuous, brist tree with dangled branches; this tree is established all over India. This review tries to connect contemporary scientific results about Bauhinia racemose with traditional ethnomedical knowledge to comprehend their therapeutic potential. Since thousands of years ago, nature has provided therapeutic substances, as well as an astounding variety of modern medications. One of the criticisms raised in herbal medicine is the lack of standardization and QC profiles. Additionally, there is proof that virtually all prehistoric societies employed plants to heal ailments and restore their bodies’ systems. Bauhinia racemosa is a plant that is also referred to as the "Bidi leaf tree" because bidis are made from its leaves. The medicinal properties of phytochemicals in plants may be attributed to their anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. The root, leaves, stem, flower, and seed of the plant all have pharmacological activity. Flavonoids, crude protein, and lipid, tri-terpenoids (a-amyrin), stilbenes (resveratrol), tetracyclic lupeol, betulin, B-sitosterol, and tetracyclic 2, 2-dimethyl chroman are chemical components of the plant Bauhinia racemosa (Lam). The pharmaceutical industry's drug development programs depend on natural product origins for more than five-hundredths of all contemporary clinical medicine's parts.