Maulshree tree at La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow

Maulshree tree, La Martiniere Girls' College, Lucknow
There is a Maulshree tree at the main gate of La Martiniere Girls’ College Lucknow. Madan Chand, the gatekeeper came to know about the benefit of Maulshree fruit for bone health from an elderly visitor to the school, a long time ago.
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28 September, 2014 | Views: 15073


6 Flowering shrubs of India that are not eaten by cattle

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A garden hanging over the wall into the street could attract stray goats or cows to chew your flowering shrubs. Rest easy, if you have planted Plumeria (Temple tree), Chandni, Oleander, Kaner, Madar (Milkweed) and Manokamini, to name a few.
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25 September, 2014 | Views: 9287


Saavan Celebration, monsoon rainy season in North India

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From Ashad Purnima to Kartik Purnima, a stretch of four months by the Hindu calendar is a time to connect with yourself and celebrate abundance. In Sanskrit it is called Chaturmaas.
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13 September, 2014 | Views: 7589





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