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Bhavprakasha, Raja Nighantu upto Shaligram Nighantu With this renaissance of utility of Indian Systems of medicine, there is an increasing need to refer to not just the profile of the ingredients but to satisfy the consumer that safety and efficacy of the drugs has indeed been established. Adding to this, certain medicinal plants reported as endangered or extinct. Its conservation and sustainable management is of pivotal importance. Medicinal plants are important components of natural resources and are currently recognized throughout the world.

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Bhavprakasha, Raja Nighantu upto Shaligram Nighantu With this renaissance of utility of Indian Systems of medicine, there is an increasing need to refer to not just the profile of the ingredients but to satisfy the consumer that safety and efficacy of the drugs has indeed been established. Adding to this, certain medicinal plants reported as endangered or extinct. Its conservation and sustainable management is of pivotal importance. Medicinal plants are important components of natural resources and are currently recognized throughout the world.

An estimated 30, species fall into this group. India; with varied bioclimatic, Altitudinal, edaphic zones and other accompanying micro-climatic conditions-nurtures rich and diverse flora. It has a unique combination of habitats and ecosystems, which together makes it a diversity-rich country in the world and is fortunate enough to be ranked sixth among the seventeen mega biodiversity countries.

The total number of plant species in India is estimated to be about 45, 17, flowering plants, 64 gymnosperms. The manuscript is written in an old form of Nagari script. The script of the manuscript represents, most probably, the stage immediately preceding the modem form of Nagari. The script consists of sixty pages with margin on both sides. Each page contains six lines in general occasionally five or seven.

There are about thirty characters in each line written boldly with a thick pointed pen. It also contains chapters on allied subjects such as divining groundwater, productivity and non-productivity of land as indicated by natural vegetation, etc. The chapter discusses such topics as planting, soil, nourishment of plants, plant diseases and remedies, groundwater resources, etc. Many verses are identical and several others, although worded differently have an identical content.

It then proceeds to discuss various topics connected with the science of plant life such as procuring, preserving, and treating of seeds before planting; preparing pits for planting saplings; selection of soil; method of watering; nourishments and fertilizers; plant diseases and plant protection from internal and external diseases; layout of a garden; agricultural and horticultural wonders; groundwater resources; etc.

The topics are neatly divided into different sections and are internally correlated. The author has expressed indebtedness to the earlier scholars but claims that in writing the present text he was guided by his own reason. The colophon of the manuscript mentions Surapala as the writer of the text. He is described as a scholar in the court of Bhimapala. Surapala is stated to be "Vaidyavidyavarenya", a prominent physician.

Like several other Sanskrit texts the manuscript gives no clue to the date or place of the author. The subject deserves an in-depth study; however, any attempt at fixing a date of an author is bound to be at best a conjecture for want of definite proof.

With the help of ancient texts and model methods of agriculture we can not only scientifically prove the sayings of the text but we could also establish some novel modified methods for the agricultural systems. Present scenario is very suitable for the development of the ancient sciences as there is a huge demand of the conservation and sustainable utilization of the wood and non wood forest products as well as the medicinal plant sciences.

The proper interpretation and availability of Vriksayurveda can also play an important role in the field of intercropping and put forward for the use of organic fertilizers and can play a crucial role to build the ecofriendly environment.

The scientific community should validate the sayings of Vriksayurveda and the development of the agriculture as well as the production of various medicinal plants used in various systems of medicine.

Very limited literature is available regarding the Vriksayurveda and admirable interpretation is done by some of the agricultural scientists. Apart from agricultural scientists the personnel from Ayurveda, Forestry, Ecology and Pharmacognosy should emphasize to the respective ancient science of Vriksayurveda and corelate with the modern science and the thorough validation is required.

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Surapala lived and worked in Bundelkhand in central India, and under the royal patronage of King Bhimapala he carried out his various experiments in horticulture and botany. His text was forgotten and the knowledge he had painstakingly compiled fell into oblivion for several centuries. Nalini Sadhale. This translation was released in and a Hindi translation by Dr. Choudhary was released in

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