TRADITIONAL ETHNO-VETERINARY PRACTICES IN KARANJI GHAT AREAS OF PATHARDI TAHASIL IN AHMEDNAGAR DISTRICT (M.S.) INDIA
Salave Ashok.P.1, B.N. Sonawane1 and P.G.Diwakar Reddy*2
|Corresponding Author: P.G.Diwakar Reddy, E-mail: [email protected]|
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This region has been inhabited constantly by a group of nomadic tribals viz. Dhangar, Laman and Vanjaris for curing certain ethno-veterinary ailments since ancient times. The full results of this study are organized in tabulate form and include botanical name followed by vernacular name, family (in parenthesis) and ethno-veterinary importance.The present paper enumerates traditional ethno-veterinary uses of 21plant species belonging to 15 families by the native inhabitants of the study area i.e. Karanji Ghat of Pathardi tahasil in Ahmednagar district (M.S.) India.Out of these, root in three plants (14.29%),fruit in six plants (28.57%),seed and stem in two plants each leaf in four plants (19.05%) leaf and stem in three plants (14.29%) and flower in one plant (9.52%) found to have ethno-veterinary purposes.