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About the Herbal Garden for Medicinal Plants of R.I.E, Bhubaneswar:

  • Inside the R.I.E, Bhubaneswar campus, adjacent to the Institute’s main building, the Herbal Garden of Medicinal Plants has been developed within an area of about 1.5 acres. More than 200 types of common, rare and endangered species of medicinal plants have been planted and grown with utmost care and devotion.
  • The main objective is to disseminate the knowledge of herbal medicines and medicinal plants among school children, institute students and lay public.
  • Herbal Garden can contribute knowledge with regard to nature, environment, relevance and quality of education and life skills.
  • Gardening will improve the knowledge about planting, polypods, soil mixtures and nutritional aspects to develop the Home Garden.
  • Herbal Gardens offer a great opportunity for improving the quality of education and for learning of basic life skills.
  • Herbal Gardens can serve as a laboratory for teaching, biology and environmental studies.

Agaru Bacha

Agaru Bacha

Argemone

Argemone

Arjun tree

Arjun tree

Ashoka tree

Ashoka tree

Aswagandha

Aswagandha

Babul

Babul

Bael fruit tree

Bael fruit tree

Barachandrika

Barachandrika

Begunia

Begunia

Behere

Behere

Betelnut

Bheji baigana

Brahmi

Cashewnut

Chandan tree

Chrysanthemum

Clerodendrum

Clitoria

common Indian Aloe

Datura