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Year : 1996  |  Volume : 16  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 139-141

An explanation for a myth in Matsyapurana

1 P.G Department of Botany, Khallikkote college, Berhampur 760 001 Orissa, India
2 Anandamaya, Bhaba Nagar, Berhampur 4, India
3 College of pharmaceutical science, berhampur-2, India
4 P.G Department of Botany, Dhenkanal college, Dhenkanal, Orissa, India

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P.G Department of Botany, Khallikkote college, Berhampur 760 001 Orissa
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A myth in Matsyapurana  (Bhagawan Narayana in the form of the body on Banyan leaf) conveys a logical message that being autotrophs, plants alone can provide shelter to the human race baffled by the complexities of creation and dissolution.

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