HERBAL GARDEN 

The objective of establishing this garden is for the purpose of education to expose our students to maximum common and rare genuine medicinal plants species which comprehensive knowledge of identification of various medicinal plants in fresh as well as in dry form and its various therapeutics uses. As many as 1610 total no. of plants (Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, and Climbers) & 328 species with 103 species are of rare and endangered category are there in the garden.
List of Medicinal Plants in Herbal Garden

Visitors to herbal garden

OUTLOOK OF HERBAL GARDEN

POLY HOUSE

Maintain a Poly house in our Herbal Garden for the conservation of endangered medicinal plants in India & also the cultivation of genuine medicinal plants (raw materials) required for our In-house Pharmacy to prepare various products. Recently, there are 1075 seedling & 103 rare species (Raktachitrak, Jyeshmadha, sarpagandha, kupilu, Lavang, Jatiphal, Tamalpatra, Odomos, Coffee  plant, Lodhara, Rudraksha, Sarjya, Nagkeshar, Kusum, Kailaspati, Kampillak, Vidang, Punnag, Surpunnag, Marich, All spices etc.) in poly house & cultivation of Mandukparni, Pippali & Ashwagandha.

OUTLOOK OF POLY HOUSE


CULTIVATION IN POLY HOUSE



SEEDLING IN POLY HOUSE


NAKSHATRA VAN

Each Nakshatra is identified by its prominent star(s) and is associated with a Zodiac. Hindu astrologers believe that each constellation of the zodiac is associated with a tree. Those trees are of medicinal, social, aesthetic or economic value.
Each tree here keeps giving energy to that particular person born during that particular star. So any ailments or health problems are healed / cured when you spend / request / talk / meditate near or under that particular tree, corresponding to their star. So the presence of the complete set of 27 trees directly creates healthy and sound physical, mental, psychological and spiritual beings. This is the ultimate and absolute bliss to oneself and to the earth too.