The Meities, the indigenous inhabitants of Manipur, have traditional designs, several of whose origin is traced back to intriguing legends. Considerable amounts of information on medicinal plants are available in these ethnic communities. Change ), Contribute photographs of plants to Flora of Manipur. 18. 23. Family Malvaceae) can be preserved in the dry form and can regain its taste when cooked after proper soaking in the water. Manipuri dance is one of the classical dances of India, with its main theme being devotion to the supreme Lord Krishna.. Lai Haraoba. 21. Family Teliaceae); Karol (Momordica cochinchinensis Spreng Family Cucurbitaceae); Thangjing (Euryale ferox Salib. = T. nutans Linn Family Trapaceae); Heibi (Vanguirea spinosa Roxb. Family Labiatae, edible parts – young twigs, inflorescence including flower and fruits); Khongnangbot (Ficus benghalensis L. Family Moraceae, edible parts young buds and leaves); Yellang (Polygonum orientalis L. Family Polygonaceae, edible parts – tender leaves); Kollamani (Ipomea repens Roth. 14. Scientists attempting to document indigenous medicinal knowledge of Zeliangrong ethnic group in Manipur have now stumbled upon few plants whose medicinal or pharmacology properties are not known previously. Family Scitamineae),etc. For example, among stem tuber and rhizome edible plants, Saneibi wa (Bambusa arundinacea Linn.) Download PDF Package. Manipur is one of the richest states in plant biodiversity in the North Eastern states of India. ISSN 0972 – 1657. Natural dye yielding plants and indigenous knowledge of dyeing in Manipur, Northeast India. 69. 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Vegetables should be dried on clean firm surfaces like black plastics, etc, raised from the ground to improve hygiene and drying efficiency. 61. Please read a complete Guideline on using comments on this website. For defence, a shield is mostly used. 71. Once the vegetables are harvested they get subjected to a series of physical and biochemical changes that causes loss of nutritional value, flavor, taste and start rotting or spoilage. Nematodes of fruit plants in Manipur – IV. Monsaobi (Chenopodium album L. Family Chenopodiaceae, edible parts – all parts except root); Ising kundo (Jussiaea repens L. Family, Onagraceae edible parts – twigs as vegetables); Leibak kundo (Portulaceae oleracea Linn. Family Dioscoreaceae); Loklei (Hedychium coronarium Koen. Scientists associated with the study noted that the conversion of the weeds into biochar and bio-oil would not only help release more space for the growth of indigenous plants … 3. Sirui lily (Lilium macklini) in Ukhrul district, Manipur. 58. Family Rulaceae); Heinaujom (Averrhoa carambola Linn. Tax. Family Rutaceae); Heibong (Ficus glomerata Roxb. Family Cyperaceae); Kanghu (Alpinia galanga Linn. S.C. Sinha was the pioneer of ethno-botanical study in Manipur. The reason being no study have ever been made in this area on them. Different ethnic groups, residing in Manipur before the introduction of the chemical dyes into the state, used the dyes extracted from the plants. Dr. L. Dhanapati Devi (1995) Flok Lore on the use of indigenous plants and animals in Manipur, volume-1; S. C. Deorani & G.D. Sharma (2007) Medicinal Plants of Nagaland;Dr.S.C Sinha (2001) Medicinal plants of Manipur Aconitum elwesii (Family: Ranunculaceae) 2. 42. The book on ‘Ethnomedicinal Plants of Maring Tribe, Manipur' is first of its kind among the Maring people. Local name of the plant. Piper aurorubrum (Family: Piperaceae) Family Euphorbiaceae); Nobab (Citrus decumana Linn Family Rutaceae); Heireet (Ficus cunia Ham Family Moraceae); Heijugak (Juglans regia Linn Family Juglandaceae); Yerumkeirum (Stellaria media Linn. In-vitro test revealed, This paper. 47. Hedychium speciosum (Family: Zingiberaceae) Generally grown wild in the wetlands of valley areas particularly in Loktak lake catchments. Impatiens teneriflora (Family: Balsaminaceae) Manipur, being a part of the Indo-Myanmar biodiversity hotspot, is a major source for a wide variety of plants and rice varieties which can be grown in other parts. ISSN 0256 – 971X; Mohilal, N. and Dhanachand, Ch. Zeliangrong ethnic group is one of the 32 tribes in Manipur, living in the Tamenglong district. Heikak/yelli (Trapa bispinosa Roxb. 7. Manipur is picturesquely adorned with a vast variety of vibrant flora. PDF. They are one of the indigenous communities of Mongoloid race inhabiting the border areas of India and Burma. In addition to ‘Siroi Lily’ which is the only terrestrial lily grown on the hill tops of Siroi hill, Ukhrul, the Hoolock Gibbon, the Sloe Loris, the Clauded Leopard, the Spotted Linshang, Mrs. Hume’s Barbacked Pheasant, Blyths Tragopan, Burmese Pea-Fowl, four different species of Hornbills etc. It comprises of three groups – Zeme, Liangmai and Rongmei – collectively … Preservation : The natural value of indigenous vegetables is highest when they are fresh and has been reported to be superior to exotic vegetables like cabbage (Chweya, 1997) on a per weight basis. Dhanapati Devi L. (1995, 1998). Processing Preserving the genetic diversity of indigenous fruits also means ensuring their sustainability. They are concentrated in Chandel and Churachandpur district of Manipur with a population of 20,567 (Census 2001). 60. Family Rubiaceae); Heimang (Rhus semialata Murr. All Manipur Trained Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Promoters Consortium, the main organiser of the seeds festival, currently maintains more than 100 traditional rice varieties in the state. Family Salvinkceae edible parts – tender leaves and stem); 9. Chorphon (Elaeocarpus floribundus Blume Family Tiliaceae); Mangge (Tamarindus indica Linn. of Manipur, there are 17 lakes and 2 ox-bow lakes in the state. Further, 57 species (84 %) are commonly available, and 11 (16 %) are rare. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Performing Arts Thang Ta. Musa itinerans (Family: Musaceae) In the present study more than 39 indigenous medicinal plants are used by the Maring in the treatment of about 34 ailments and diseases. ** Department of Botany, D. M .College of Sc. 68. In a condescending display of sheer ignorance, MSAD claimed that the BJP wanted to ‘enslave’ the native inhabitants of Manipur through linguistic and academic subversion to further the so-called process of ‘colonisation.’ The letter read, “Imposing an alien language upon the indigenous people is completely a sign of colonisation. Iris bakeri (Family: Iridaceae) drying is one of the longest established methods of food preservation and one which occupy naturally with seeds (Kumar et al, 2010). ), Heimang (Rhus semialata), Heining (Spondias pinnata Kurz), Heibi (Meyna laxiflora Robyns), Heibong (Garcinia Peduculata Roxb), Heitup (Pyrus indica Wall), Heirang khoi (Amoora rohituka), Gihori (Phyllanthus … 48. In situ conservation is done by declaring an area as protected e.g. Family Euphorbiaceae, edible parts – young twigs and inflorescence); Mahonia magnifica (Family: Berberidaceae) Garcinia loniceroides (Family: Clusiaceae) Agapetes mannii (Family: Vacciniaceae) 6. Berberis manipurana (Family: Berberidaceae) 75. The festival, which will continue till Monday, was attended by farmers and NGO leaders from 15 states of the country besides many renowned cultivators both from hills and valley. The objective of the study is to survey and understand the use of traditional ethnobotanical plants as medicines. Manual on the Medicinal Plants of Manipur’ [6]. Family Leguminosae); Heijang (Citrus mediea Linn. 2014, 4(1), 15-18. The reason being no study have ever been made in this area on them. Res. Family Portukcaceae, edible parts – young twigs); Nongmangkha (Adhatoda vasica Nees. Remembering Jesus- A lonely 'Carpenter'.. 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Family Convolvulaceae, edible parts – all parts); II. Piper kapruannum (Family: Piperaceae) 11. 30. Methodology 1.6K likes. Epipremnum meeboldii (Family: Araceae) indigenous medicinal plants of Manipur play a vital role in making of traditional remedies of various diseases in the absence of medical facilities specially in the remote rural areas. 16. Illicium manipurense (Family: Illiciaceae) ( Log Out /  Family Alismetaceae); Kaothum (Cyperus esculentus Linn. Swertia wattii (Family: Gentianaceae) The process of adding value to fruits is important for a number of reasons. Read Ethno Medicinal Plants Of Manipur North East India Thoubal District online, read in mobile device or Kindle. Eleven indigenous plant species of Manipur viz., Mariandra benghalensis, Millettia pachycarpa, Allium hookerii, Flogacanthus thyrsifl orus, Solanum incanum, Tithonia diversifolia, Goniothalamus sesquipedalis, Solanum surattense, Artemisia nilagarica, Ocimum canum and Zanthozylum acanthopodium which has been used as local medicine and spices were collected from fi ve district of Manipur … Ingredients : Leaves contain Vitamin C. Infected fruit (with fungus) is rich in protein and a number of amino acids. Pyrus wattii (Family: Rosaceae) Conservation : It is the protection, preservation, management of wild life on natural resources such as forests and water. 10. 24. W. Laitonjam. (J. Eco. 45. 50. As many as 41 primitive flowering plants under 11 families and 75 species of endemic plants have been listed so far. 62. The indigenous societies have discovered various plants around them as food both in the raw as well as in cooked form. Photographer's name. This page is a picture collection of exotic fruits, vegetables and flowers grown in Manipur The … 3. Piper gamblei (Family: Piperaceae) Family Scitaminaceae); Pulei (Alpinia allughas Rosc. 74. The Manipur Brow-antlered deer is an endemic species for which a conservation project was initiated in 1973. All Manipur trained Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Promoters Consortium is organising the three-day festival with technical support from the Bharat Beej Swaraj Manch (India Seed Sovereignty Alliance). Ujala Devi **and E.J Singh * Institutional Biotech Hub, Presidency College, Motbung, Senapati District, Manipur,India. Distribution of Nematodes associated with Quercus dealbata in Ukhrul and Chandel districts of Manipur. A note on conservation, preservation and processing of wild edible plants and indigenous fruits of Manipur, Lamlong Keithel as seen on September 11 2016 :: Pix - Shankar Khangembam. I & II. Manipur harbors 1200 medicinal plants, out of which 430 varieties have been used in the traditional methods of healing. The Zous are recognised as a Scheduled Tribes of Manipur in 1956. (PG) Imphal, Manipur, India. 73. Asystasia pusilla … ( Log Out /  Thang Ta is a martial art form of Manipur, existing since time immemorial. Arisaema wattii (Family: Araceae) 7. I & II. Dischidia micholitzii (Family: Asclepiadaceae) Km. Sun drying of fruits such as fig, can offer a good source of vitamins and minerals all the year round. Among the raw edible forms of food taken by the people of Manipur, Singju (in Manipuri Sing/ Napi/ Singbi = plants; ju/ su/ suba = combination) is one of the most common forms. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Aster ageratoides (Family: Asteraceae) 9. Herbaceous plants make up the highest proportion of edible plants. Arg. Parts Used :Fruit, Rhizome. Gleadovia banerjiana (Family: Orobancaceae) Silot sougree (Hisbiscus sabdariffa Linn. Impatiens longirama (Family: Balsaminaceae) ( Log Out /  can be made as pickle. Beaumontia longituba (Family: Apocynaceae) other plants’ parts with their indigenous sauce Ametpa or with indigenous dish Eromba or as an ingredient of indigenous salad Singju with the main course of food. Wild Medicinal Plants in the Hill of Manipur, India: A traditional therapeutic potential. The paper is an attempt to survey and understand the various ethnobotanical plants used by the Maring tribe of Manipur as medicines in the treatment of various ailments and diseases. >>> Family Moraceae); Heiree (Calamus caesius Blume Family Palmaceae); Nonggang hei (Baccaurea sapida Muell. A wide variety of rare and exotic medicinal and aromatic plants grow in Manipur. Vaccinium lamellatum Family: Vacciniaceae) .. .. Asystasia pusilla (Family: Acanthaceae) More than one plant parts edible plants. Observation With the advances in modern technology, environmental control and storage facilities dried vegetables can be stored for longer periods and can be made available all round the year. Zanthoxylum pseudoxyphyllum (Family: Rutaceae). 41. 37(2): 178-179. 66. Fruits and vegetables have to be specially prepared before they can be preserved. Manipuri : Ishing kambong. Mahonia manipurensis (Family: Berberidaceae) Elaeagnus loureirii (Family: Elaeagnaceae) The paper is an attempt to survey and understand the various ethnobotanical plants used by the Maring tribe of Manipur as medicines in the treatment of various ailments and diseases. PDF. Res. Begonia obverse (Family: Begoniaceae) It originated in Asia and is most commonly found growing wild in Vietnam, Southern China, Taiwan, Japan, Myanmar, and India. Elatostema ciliatum (Family: Urticaceae) The research team from North Eastern Regional Institute of Sciences and Technology, Arunachal Pradesh, interviewed 27 healers of the Zeliangrong ethnic group — an indigenous tribal group in the state, known for its medicinal knowledge. Locally available indigenous fruits discussed are: Heiyai (Elaegnus sp. 5 talking about this. 43. Th. Rare Medicinal and Aromatic Plants. Kabok Lei (in Manipuri) Gardenia jasminoides, is an evergreen flowering plant of the family Rubiaceae. But they have many other uses as well. Arisaema wattii (Family: Araceae) 34. Th. Prunus wattii (Family: Rosaceae) Family Geraniaceae); Yongchak (Parkia roxburghii G-Don Family Leguminosae); Mojam hei (Tetrastigma muricatum Planch. Family Lauraceae, edible parts – leaves as spice); Palangshak (Spinavia oleracea L. Family Chanapodiaceae, edible parts leaves as vegetables); Chingonglei Angouba (Leucaena glauca L. Family Momosaceae, edible parts – young fruits and tender twigs as vegetables); 8. 52. indigenous people [3-4]. Manipur has significant potential for growing various horticultural crops because of varied agro-climatic conditions. The regions situated at a height of 900-2700 metres above sea level are rich in pine and wet forest. Wild edible plant parts as well as indigenous fruits sold in the markets of Manipur valley (Kwairamband, Singjamei, Khurai, Kongba, Lilong, Thoubal, Kakching, Nambol, Bishnupur, etc) and Hills (Churachandpur, Senapati, Ukhrul, etc) districts were collected and identified with the help of published literatures. 2014, 4(1), 15-18. Family Leguminosae, edible parts – young twigs and even inflorescence for Singju); www.neceer.org.in, NECEER Team would like to receive suggestions and corrections if any in order to provide authentic data. Some of these communities also used wild plants in their own traditional way (J. Eco. Mohilal, N.; Anandi, Y and Dhanachand, Ch. It aims to serve natural blends and improve livelihoods. Storing fruits is a skill work having whether storing fruits for sale at the market or eat at home. 35 Full PDFs related to this paper. Family Nymphaeceae edible parts – singju/salad); Yendang (Cycas pectinata Griff. 51. https://www.organiser.org/.../New-medicinal-plants-found-in-Manipur.html The state has total geographical area of 22,327 Sq. Pimpinella flaccida (Family: Apiaceae) Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. * Prof N Irabanta Singh wrote this article for The Sangai Express. (1998). Family Piperaceae, edible parts – whole body including roots except flowers); form only a part of the rich natural fauna of Manipur. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Most of the indigenous traditional medicinal plants were conserved in-situ in Umang Lai that is sacred groves and ex-situ in the home gardens of indigenous traditional Maiba-Maibi healers4. 65. Manipur, the tiny hill state of Northeast India, lies in the Indo-Myanmar biodiversity hotspot. 5. Traditional vegetables like other horticultural crops experience losses between harvest and consumption. Download PDF. after processing can be used as fermented bamboo shoot and can be kept for use as vegetable round the year. Genetic divergence of 32 indigenous rice germplasms and five wild rice of which three from Manipur and two wild rice procured from IRRI, Philippines was investigated using Mahalanobis, statistic. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Depending on the altitude of hill ranges, the climatic condition varies from tropical to sub-alpine. Prod. Agapetes lobbii (Family: Vacciniaceae) Native Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables of Manipur. About 134 waterlogged marshy and swampy wetlands are in different districts. Family Nymphaeaceae); In the present study more than 39 indigenous medicinal plants are used by the Maring in the treatment of about 34 ailments and diseases. Folklore on the use of Indigenous Plants & Animals in Manipur, Vol. Conclusion and Recommendation It aims to create awareness on conserving the indigenous seed ecosystem, reviving indigenous seeds, networking with farmers, protecting traditional wisdom, ensuring agro-biodiversity and agro-ecology conservation activities. Aconitum nagarum (Family: Ranunculaceae) 3. J. Nat. 64. The wet forests and the pine forests occur between 900-2700 m above MSL and they together sustain a host of rare and endemic plant and animal life. They are one of the indigenous communities of Mongoloid race inhabiting the border areas of … .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. > Send the photographs along with the followings : 1. Of these species, 54 are perennial (79 %) while others are annual (19 %). Hedychium wardii (Family: Zingiberaceae) Bot., 6(3): 1985:699-703). Imphal (Manipur) [India], Oct 13: National Indigenous Seeds Festival kicked off at the Central Agricultural University (CAU) campus, Iroishemba here on Saturday. The processing of fruits into Jam and Juice is a good way of storing them and releasing them as a source of vitamins and minerals for longer period. Blessed with an amazing variety of flora and fauna, 67% of the geographical area of Manipur is hill tract covered forests. 36. So far, about 1200 medicinal plants have been reported by S.C. Sinha (1996) and local medicinal user about 430 species and animals including birds, fisher, insects, etc. Impatiens gibbisepala (Family: Balsaminaceae) These wild edible plants are classified into three groups, viz, I. Arisaema wattii (Family: Araceae) 7. AMAPCON secretary general RK Ronendro said they’ve registered 272 different rice varieties including Chak-hao, black aromatic rice varieties for protection of plants varieties and farmers rights (PPV & FRA). Wild edible plant parts as well as indigenous fruits sold in the markets of Manipur valley (Kwairamband, Singjamei, Khurai, Kongba, Lilong, Thoubal, Kakching, Nambol, Bishnupur, etc) and Hills (Churachandpur, Senapati, Ukhrul, etc) districts were collected and identified with the help of published literatures. By tradition, the indigenous people of Manipur consumed a large variety of wild plants as vegetables, fruits, etc. Piper lainatakanum (Family: Piperaceae) However, the most unique is the Sangai the dancing deer. Conservation can broadly be divided into two types viz., (i) in situ conservation and (ii) ex situ conservation. Vernonia cylindriceps (Family: Asteraceae) Premium PDF Package. 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