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Achaya, K. Konganda Thammu : A historical dictionary of Indian food. Walter Erhardt Mabberley, David J. Press, Recently he accepted a position in Seattle at the University of Washington. Kirtikar, K. Blatter, J. Caius and K. Khare was born on December 18 and has been a herbalist for the last fifty years. He was born into a family of herbal physicians. He studied the original Ayurvedic texts and acquired first-hand knowledge of the cultivation and processing of herbs and their usage even before going to college. After graduation he took up journalism in Since then he has edited and contributed many features on health and personal problems in various journals.
He has been the director of one of the biggest publishing houses in India for the last twenty-five years—publishing twenty one magazines in seven languages English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil and Telugu , commanding a total circulation of more than 4 million. As a Founder President of the Society for New Age Herbals in Delhi, which started functioning in , he sought the cooperation and participation of physicians of modern medicine, traditional medicine, pharmacologists and scientists to modify, restructure and re-examine the age-old herbal formulations in the light of pharmacological research and clinical trials being undertaken in various research institutes in India.
He has also been included among the directors of Dabur Ayurvedic Specialities Ltd. This work is the result of the last ten years' efforts. A: Raw materials. B: Industrial products. Raw materials: bisher 9 Bde. Hunnius, Curt [Begr. Feldforschung betrieb er zudem im Himalaya. It was enlarged and extended by Princess Augusta, the widow of Frederick, Prince of Wales, for whom Sir William Chambers built several garden structures. One of these, the lofty Chinese pagoda built in still remains.
The old Kew Park by then renamed the White House , was demolished in It is a plain brick structure now known as Kew Palace. In the gardens were adopted as a national botanical garden. Under Kew's director, William Hooker, the gardens were increased to 30 hectares 75 acres and the pleasure grounds, or arboretum, extended to hectares acres , and later to its current size of hectares acres. The Palm House was built by architect Decimus Burton and iron-maker Richard Turner between and , and was the first large-scale structural use of wrought iron.
The Temperate house, which is twice as large as the Palm House, followed later in the 19th century. It is now the largest Victorian glasshouse in existence. Kew was the location of the successful effort in the 19th century to propagate rubber trees for cultivation outside South America.
The year saw the opening of Kew's third major conservatory, the Princess of Wales Conservatory opened by Princess Diana in commemoration of her predecessor Augusta's associations with Kew , which houses 10 climate zones. In October Kew Gardens lost hundreds of trees in a hurricane.
Kew Gardens is a leading centre of botanical research, a training ground for professional gardeners and a visitor attraction. In Kew received 1. The gardens are mostly informal, with a few formal areas. There are conservatories, a herbarium, library and eating places. Kew is important as a seedbank. With the Harvard University Herbaria, and the Australian National Herbarium, they co-operate in the IPNI database to produce an authoritative source of information on botanical nomenclature.
Despite unfavourable growing conditions atmospheric pollution from London, dry soils and low rainfall Kew remains one of the most comprehensive plant collections in Britain. In an attempt to expand the collections away from these unfavourable conditions, Kew has established two out-stations, at Wakehurst Place in Sussex, and jointly with the Forestry Commission Bedgebury Pinetum in Kent, the latter specialising in growing conifers.
The library and archives at Kew are one of the largest botanical collections in the world, with over half a million items, including books, botanical illustrations, photographs, letters and manuscripts, periodicals, and maps. The nearest combined rail and London Underground station is Kew Gardens station District Line and Silverlink to the east of the gardens, within walking distance.
The gardens exhibit a wide variety rare plants and a total collection over 12, specimens spread over hectares. They are also famous for an enormous collections of orchids, bamboos, palms, and plants of the screw pine genus Pandanus. The best-known landmark of the garden is The Great Banyan an enormous banyan tree Ficus bengalhensis that is reckoned to be the largest tree in the world, at more than meters in circumference.
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The gardens were founded in by the British East India Company, primarily for the purpose of acclimatizing new plants of commercial value and growing spices for trade. A major change in policy, however, was introduced by the botanist William Roxburgh after he became superintendent of the garden in Roxburgh brought in plants from all over India and developed an extensive herbarium. This collection of dried plant specimens eventually became the Central National Herbarium of the Botanical Survey of India, which comprises 2,, items.
Over the years attractive display gardens for the public have been developed and many kinds of plants have been cultivated for scientific observation. During the s the garden initiated a program to introduce improved food plants and other varieties of economic benefit to the people of India. Though modern botanical studies in India started with the revival of British and precisely with the establishment of botanical garden at Sibpur, Poona, Saharanpur and Madras under the local Governments mainly to cultivate the plants of interests in commerce and trade, but these centres were intended to be source of botanical information as well.
Subsequently, to maintain the efficiency and standard, it was felt to co-ordinate the work at different establishments under an eminent botanist. Under these and similar circumstances establishment of an institution to explore the plant resources of the country was conceived and Botanical Survey of India was formally constituted on 13 th February Sir George King, originally appointed as superintendent of Royal Botanic Garden, Calcutta in took the charge as its first ex-officio Director. The Survey with its headquarter at Calcutta co-ordinated the botanical works of regional centres and simultaneously intensified botanical explorations, and as a result several important documents and monographic works were published during the period, whose mention may be made of the regional floras viz.
Flora of the Bombay Presidency by T. Cooke , Flora of the Presidency of Madras by J. Gamble , Bengal Plants by D. Prain , Flora of the upper Gangetic plains by J. Duthie and the Botany of Bihar and Orissa by H. Haines to add to the monumental work of Sir J. However, due to lack of fund and man power of its own, activities of the Survey gradually diminished and became almost non-functional after the retirement of C.
During this period the Industrial Section, Indian Museum with the herbarium of the Reporter of Economic Products founded on the basis of collection by G. Watt was transferred to Botanical Survey of India. Then, on realising the importance of the institution in assessing the entire plant resources of the country, E. On recommendation of the special Officer, 4 regional centres at Coimbatore , Pune , Shillong and Dehra Dun were established with their headquarter at Calcutta under a chief botanist in redesignated as Director in Simultaneously a Central Botanical Laboratory was started at Calcutta, shifted temporarily to Lucknow and thereafter established at Allahabad to study potential uses of plants.
The scientific wing alongwith the herbarium attached to Indian Botanic Garden was transferred to Botanical Survey of India in and named as Central National Herbarium CAL with a view to modernise and to act as a national repository. The organisation was strengthened with setting up of 5 new regional circles at biogeographically rich areas to intensify the survey in view of preparing a ready record of floral stock of the country for future research in different field and necessary monitoring.
The 9 th regional centre as Sikkim Himalayan Circle was set up in at Gangtok. After reorganisation, with the development and establishment of different regional centres, the aims and objectives of the Survey were redefined by the Programme Implementation and Evaluation Committee in with a view to encourage taxonomic research and to accelerate the scientific expertise for the preparation of a comprehensive flora of the country, under "Flora of India" project, ethnobotanical study, modernisation and maintenance of herbaria and museum, and creating interests among botanists and public in general.
In a recent review the aims and objectives of Botanical Survey remained unchanged except that the activities like survey and exploration of plant resources, listing of endangered species, publication of national flora, preparation of national Data Bank on herbarium and live collection, plant distribution and nomenclature were prioritised.
Meulenbeld, G. Julius Jolly contributed extensively to Indian law and medicine. Julius Jolly was born on Jolly studied comparative linguistics, Sanskrit and Iranian languages in Berlin and Leipzig. Jolly was professor in Wuerzburg from onwards. He read comparative linguistics and Sanskrit. He retired in but continued to give lectures in Wuerzburg till He died on He delivered twelve lectures which were published under the title Outlines of an History of the Hindu Law of Partition, Inheritance and Adoption, Jolly made extensive use of legal commentaries, many of which were available only as manuscripts.
He contributed to Grundriss der Indo-arischen Philologie und Altertumskunde. Jolly discussed the sources, family law and heirship, law of things and obligations, offences and penalties, court procedure and customs and traditions. Jolly made use of both texts and old travel accounts. The presentation was lucid and reliable. Authorised translation by Batakrishna Ghosh If you have any questions or if you need any information, please feel free to contact us!
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