Project Description

There are about 35 languages that millions of Indians are currently using as a major language for communication in different parts of our country.  There are even more languages that is being used here. The total number of languages can go up to 150 when taken on account for it’s usage by at least thousand people. To name few of the majorly spoken languages in India, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu make it to the top of the list. The complete list of languages are given below.

Buffaloes

July 4th, 2019|0 Comments

Their milk is thicker with more fat contents. They don’t need a shelter like cows. They can withstand rains and heat. Delhi Buffaloes are suitable for Tamil Nadu. They give 12 liters milk per day. [...]

Angel’s Trumpet

June 21st, 2019|0 Comments

The Datura, a part of Coorg’s abundant flora, adorns its hills and dales. The plant is also known as Angel’s Trumpet and Moon flower. The parts of the plant that are used are its seeds, [...]

Mirabilis jalapa | ANDHI MALLI

June 19th, 2019|0 Comments

ANDHI MALLI (Mirabilis jalapa), BADRAKSHI, CHANDRA MALLI Plant part used : Leaves, roots and fruits(For external use only) The leaves are diuretic. They are used to reduce inflammation. A decoction of them is used to [...]

Pal Perukki

June 16th, 2019|0 Comments

In a small quantity, the leaves can cooked with ghee and eaten. This removes gas and induces digestion. This increases lactation and so mothers should take it once a week. This releases old and hardened [...]

Amrutha Balli

June 13th, 2019|0 Comments

Tinospora cordifolia Common name: Guduchi , Giloy, Gulbel, Indian Tinospora. Traditional use: According to a legend, the herb is known locally as giloya or "heavenly elixir": Kept the angels eternally young. NEEM GILOY Neem-Giloy is [...]

Euphorbia Hirta

June 9th, 2019|0 Comments

EUPHORBIA HIRTA The tender fruit as well as the flowers are edible. It helps to reduce body heat and cures mouth ulcers. The whole plant with an equal quantity of leaves from the plant Solanum [...]

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