The Ayurvedic Centre Plants in Campus

Jamboo (Syzygium cumini) This tree is commonly known as jamun in Hindi and jambolan/black plum in English. It belongs to the family Myrtaceae and Mutra Sangrahaniya Gana in Ayurveda. It is known to have grown in the Indian sub-continent, and many other adjoining...

The Ayurvedic Centre Plants in Campus

Ashwattha ( Ficus religiosa) Ashwattha is known as peepal in Hindi and sacred fig in English. It belongs to family moraceae or kashay skandh in Ayurveda. It is a species of fig, native to the Indian subcontinent and Indochina. This tree is sacred in Indian tradition....

The Ayurvedic Centre Plants in Campus

Vat Vriksha (Ficus bengalensis) This tree which is commonly known as bargad in Hindi and banyan tree in English is the national tree of India. It belongs to family Moraceae and Nyagrodhadi gana in Ayurveda. The tree is also known as Kalpavriksha, which means “wish...

The Ayurvedic Centre Plants in Campus

Palaash ( Butea monosperma) This plant is commonly known as dhaak and tesu in Hindi and flame of the forest and bastard teak in English. It belongs to the family Leguminosae, subfamily papilionatae and nyagrodhadi gana in Ayurveda. In Kerala, this is called as plasu...

The Ayurvedic Centre: Plants in Campus

Sarshap (Brassica campestris) Sarshap is commonly known as sarason in Hindi and mustard/ English field mustard in English. It belongs to the family Cruciferae or Kandughna Gana in Ayurveda. The plant is a very important seed-oil crop in India.The genus Brassica is...

The Ayurvedic Centre: Plants in Campus

Amra (Mangifera Indica) Amra is popularly known as aam in Hindi and mango in English. It has been an important herb in the Ayurvedic medical systems for over 4,000 years. It belongs to family Anacardiaceae and Mutrasangrahaniya, Purishsangrahaniya, Hridya and Amla...