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Year : 2002  |  Volume : 21  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 268-280

Ethnobotanical aspects of some plants f Aravalli Hills in North Gujarat

Department of Botany, Smt. S.M. Panchal science college, TALOD 383 215, India

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Bhasker L Punjani
Department of Botany, Smt. S.M. Panchal science college, TALOD 383 215
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The Aravalli ranges run along the Sabarkantha district is the ancient region of India, inhibited by tribals living in close vicinity of enriched forest. The present paper contains various ethnobotanical aspects of some plant species used by the tribals for their day-to day requirement. The paper includes the first hand information collected through tribal informants, medicinemen and tribal people of several villages during the field trips in the region for last three years in different seasons. The paper provides an account of the ethnobotanical uses for basic necessities and welfare of tribal life, medicine and hygiene, fuel fodder, fibres food, shelter, dye, oil and other miscellaneous purposes.

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