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Sacred and useful plants & trees of Nepal

Trilok Chandra Majupuria

Sacred and useful plants & trees of Nepal

in religions, myths, mythologies & medicines of Hindus & Buddhists

by Trilok Chandra Majupuria

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Published by Sahayogi Prakashan in Kathmandu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Plants -- Folklore.,
    • Trees -- Folklore.,
    • Folklore -- Nepal.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementTrilok Chandra Majupuria & Indra Majupuria.
      ContributionsMajupuria, Indra.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGR307.N4 M34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 199 p., [13] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages199
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4386429M
      LC Control Number78904758

      Seperate photographs provided for the Evergreen, Deciduous, Scrub and Mangrove Trees. Sacred, Rare, Endemic, Ornamental, Fruit bearing, Littoral Trees are tabulated. Contains forest maps of South India, Western and Eastern Ghats. This book is equally useful wherever Tropical Evergreen, Deciduous and Scrub Forests exist in Peninsular India. With contributions from a range of scholars, practitioners and spiritual leaders from around the world, this book provides new insights into biocultural diversity conservation. It explores sacred landscapes, sites, plants and animals from around the world to demonstrate the links between nature conservation and spiritual beliefs and traditions.

      Based on aesthetic or religious significance, the following list of 10 sacred trees is meant to acclaim the spiritual relationship between humans and trees. Willow Tree. Image credit: Tshooter/shutterstock. Willow trees from the genus Salix come in all sorts of varieties and shapes. Most species of this tree thrive in riparian landscapes. SURVIVAL USE OF PLANTS After having solved the problems of finding water, shelter, and animal food, you will have to consider the use of plants you can eat. In a survival situation you should al-ways be on the lookout for familiar wild foods and live off the land whenever possible. You must not count on being able to go for days withoutFile Size: KB.

      Abstract. A field study to survey the custom of tying rags on sacred trees in the northern part of Israel was carried out during – It included 60 interviewees: 24 Druze, 18 Moslem Arabs, 12 Moslem Bedouins and 6 Christian Arab by: A Brief Guide to The Sacred Trees of India. The association between many different kinds of trees, plants and flowers with religious practice is a deep and significant one. It is based in a thought system that recognizes that every living thing—including every plant and tree—is an individual personality.


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Sacred and useful plants and trees of Nepal: In religions, myths mythologies & medicines of Hindus & Buddhists Unknown Binding – Import, by Trilok Chandra. Majupuria, Indra. Majupuria Author: Trilok Chandra Majupuria. Sacred and useful plants & trees of Nepal: in religions, myths, mythologies & medicines of Hindus & Buddhists Author: Trilok Chandra Majupuria ; Indra Majupuria.

Aam or amp or mango (Mangifera indica). Vegetarianism vs non vegetarianism. Flesh food or vegetable diet. Appendix. Select references. Glossary. Index. About this edition This is the new revised and updated edition of the book Religious and Useful Plants of Nepal and India. This book has been very popular and widely.

Consider how much trees have shaped our civilization, how much it is part of our daily life, how much trees contribute to our quality of life, Fall on your knees and thank the Creator for such a gift. Clearly humans too are an integral part of nature and this book clearly highlights this fact.5/5(4).

About the Author. TRILOK CHANDRA MAJUPURIAPh.D., is Professor at Tribhuvao University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu (Nepal).

He has been teaching for 48 years and has also be. NBAP Nepal Biodiversity Action Plan, Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation, Kathmandu, Nepal. Pohle, P. Useful plants of Manang district: A contribution to the Ethnobotany of the Nepal - Himalayas, Nepal Research Centre, Publications no.

16, Kathmandu, Nepal. Appendix 1: List of worshipped plants and their goddesses. Relation of medicinal plants, their use patterns and availability in the lower Kailash Sacred Landscape, Nepal.

March Ethnobotany Research and Applications 18(7) World Pilgrimage Guide by National Geographic photographer Martin Gray. Information, pictures, maps of holy places and sacred sites in countries.

Myth. Plants. Plants. Of the total number of species found globally, Nepal possesses percent plants. Research in showed that Nepal has 6, flowering plant species, representing 1, genera and families.

Nepal’s share of flowering plant species is percent of the global total compared to earlier records of percent. The book though titled as 'Trees of Pune' is useful for every city because most of the trees would be found in every city.

The book is priced at Rs. and as indicated earlier a discount of Rs. is the privilege of ITP members.

Sacred Trees & Plants Sacred Trees & Plants. BANANA: Though banana is not a tree but it is considered a tree because of its structure and size. It is a very sacred tree and all parts of the tree are used for some purpose or the other.

For example, the trunk of banana is used to erect welcoming gates. the books at the foundation of the Author: Anil Kolluri. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Ripu M Kunwar and others published Relation of medicinal plants, their use patterns and availability in the lower Kailash Sacred Landscape, Nepal | Find, read and.

Kailash Sacred Landscape, Nepal is rich in useful plant species and traditional knowledge of plant use. Plant collection and use was influenced by directed harvesting, cultural preoccupancy and Author: Ripu M.

Kunwar, Maria Fadiman, Santosh Thapa, Ram P. Acharya, Mary Cameron, Rainer W. Bussmann. Neolamarckia cadamba, with English common names burflower-tree, laran, and Leichhardt pine, and called kadam locally, is an evergreen, tropical tree native to South and Southeast Asia.

The genus name honours French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck. It has scented orange flowers Family: Rubiaceae. Sacred and useful plants & trees of Nepal by Trilok Chandra Majupuria 1 edition - first published in Some trees you may have heard about, and some may be new to you.

The spiritual life is enhanced by the trees that surround and share the earth with us while also disclosing the divine to us. Category: Religion Sacred And Useful Plants Trees Of Nepal. It is also useful for a botanical or horticultural library, even though it is written for the layperson, because it clearly presents a large number of trees native to India and the surrounding area, and there are not many books that have the coverage of this volume."--E-STREAMS "This book was intended as a popular guide to 'important /5(17).

Sacred trees form an important part of the ecological heritage of India. Most temples, towns, and villages-and sometimes even Sikh temples and Muslims dargahs-are associated with trees. Some plants are sacred to the individual deity; others are sacred to the place.

The Types Of Trees We Plant In Nepal by tentree international on Octo These are the 7 primary species of trees that tentree hires locals to plant in Nepal. tentree doesn't go into new locations and tell people what they should be planting, but rather we ask them what they need and supply them with healthy seeds and new tools (while.

To read more about sacred trees, visit: Raven Wood Grove. ALDER This tree was sacred to the Druids. The pith is easily pushed out of green shoots to make whistles.

Several shoots bound together by cordage, can be trimmed to the desired length for producing the Missing: Nepal.

Sacred trees are invoked on special days for long life, for the expiation of sins, for averting mishaps, or for the fulfillment of a particular wish.

Young girls are symbolically wedded to the pipal tree or bel fruit to avoid future widowhood.Often radical and controversial, Buhner has clearly and beautifully explored the mysterious universal beliefs between ancient arid indigenous cultures as to the spirituality and healing power of plants and fermentation.

In the spirit of Carlos Castenada, he forges a quest in pursuit of the experiential. Highlights of comprehensive information never presented in one volume include: mead, honey 3/5(5).Ficus religiosa or sacred fig is a species of fig native to the Indian subcontinent and Indochina that belongs to Moraceae, the fig or mulberry is also known as the bodhi tree, pippala tree, peepul tree, peepal tree or ashwattha tree (in India and Nepal).

The sacred fig is considered to have a religious significance in three major religions that originated on the Indian subcontinent Clade: Tracheophytes.