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Ethnobotanical investigation into the Yogineetantram


Journal of Living World 1(1): 29-45
Ethnobotanical investigation into the Yogineetantram
The Yogineetantram, a tantric text in Sanskrit, is of ancient and unknown origin. It consists of 2 parts, the first of 19 chapters and the second of 9. It deals mainly with deities, religious rites and places of pilgrimage; there are references to forests, plants and herbal materials with some ethnobotanical data in the various chapters.


Accession: 002373685



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