Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan Trust has developed and maintained a separate unit for the production of quality medicinal plants.

  • The arboretum of medicinal plant species is spread on about 22 acres of land which has more than 200 species. They are useful for the under graduate and post graduate curriculums. e. g. Guggul (Commiphora mukul), Kumari (Aloe vera), Vasa (Adathoda vasica) etc.
  • We are proud of the cultivation of pure and excellent quality herbs without using chemical fertilizers.
  • We cultivate medicinal plants for supplying authentic raw material to Atharva Ayurved Pharmaceuticals.
  • Gardening of plants is done at medicinal plant nursery and saplings are supplied to medicinal garden for cultivation.
  • The Triphala and Dashmoola projects comprise of cultivation of genuine Triphala and Dashmoola plants in 1.5 acre of land.
  • All the agricultural activities are guided by Dr. S. P. Birari (Ex Dean, Director of Research of Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth, Dapoli).
  • Alongwith herbal medicinal plants this venture also undertakes plantation of flowers like rose, lotus, jasmine, hibiscus which possess numerous medicinal qualities along with beauty enhancement characteristics. Thus, cultivation of various flowers for beauty and health purpose has been started in trust’s land and is under development.
  • Ayurveda, the science of life believes in prevention to be better than cure. Ahara (Diet) is main pillar of human body on which our health depends. With an aim of providing quality food to our patients Sanjivanee Planation Unit has also started cultivation of Vegetables, Fruits and Grains for inhouse use.

Projects undertaken by Sanjivanee Medicinal Plantation Unit :

  1. Medicinal plant garden for representing number of species in the B.A.M.S. curriculum & help full for the post graduate purpose.
  2. Cultivation of demonstration plants to demonstrate as well as to collect the seedlings.
  3. Cultivation of medicinal plant species in a large scale to provide genuine raw material e.g. Trifala, Dashmool.
  4. To establish & maintain well equipped nursery.
  5. Cultivation of vegetables provided to indoor patients from India & abroad.
  6. Cultivation of fodder to full fill the needs of cattle’s in the farm.
  7. To conduct different research activities related to medicinal plants.
  8. Collection of dry specimens for curriculum.
  9. Other academic activities to enhance the curriculum wise departmental structure.