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Nov
18

Epic Age of India: a brief discussion

Epic Age of India: a brief discussion Plant and Plant Science in Epic Age of India – 1 BOTANY History of Indian Subcontinent – 23 By: Bhishma Kukreti M.Sc. {(Botany), B.Sc. (Honours in Botany), Medical Tourism Historian)} – Aryans created Ramayana and Mahabharata Sanskrit epics (1). Ramayana is the oldest, popular and idealistic epic. Mahabharata …

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Nov
14

Plant Physiology in Vedic Literature

Plant Physiology in Vedic Literature Botany History of Vedic Literature in India – BOTANY History of Indian Subcontinent – By: Bhishma Kukreti M.Sc. {(Botany), B.Sc. (Honours in Botany), Medical Tourism Historian)} – Plant physiology is subdivision of botany that deals with physiology of plants. Veda creative o did not ignore the plat physiology as people …

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Nov
13

Agriculture Science in Vedic Period

Agriculture Science in Vedic Period Botany History of Vedic Literature in India – 5 BOTANY History of Indian Subcontinent -19 By: Bhishma Kukreti M.Sc. {(Botany), B.Sc. (Honours in Botany), Medical Tourism Historian)} – Once, Trelease stated, “Without Agriculture there would be no Botany. Without Botany agriculture would be little more than empiricism.” (1) The view …

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Nov
12

Plants, Plant Science in Atharvaveda

Plants, Plant Science in Atharvaveda Botany History of Vedic Period in India – 3 BOTANY History of Indian Subcontinent -17 By: Bhishma Kukreti M.Sc. {(Botany), B.Sc. (Honours in Botany), Medical Tourism Historian)} – Atharvaveda was added to Vedic Literature (Veda) at later stage. Atharvaveda comprises of 730 hymns and 6000 mantras and is divided into …

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Nov
11

Plants and Plant Classification in of Rig-Veda

Plants and Plant Classification in of Rig-Veda History Botany of Vedic Literature, India – 2 HISTORY of BOTANY in Indian Subcontinent -16 By: Bhishma Kukreti M.Sc. {(Botany), B.Sc. (Honours in Botany), Medical Tourism Historian)} – Vedic Literature comprises of Vedic Samhita, Brahmins, Upanishads and Sutras. The analysis of Vedic literature suggests that the compilers of …

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