Tribals are known to have rich knowledge of indigenous technology pertaining to agriculture practices and an attempt was made to document the indigenous knowledge. Data was collected from 3 districts covering 9 villages from 225 farmers with the help of a structured questionnaire. In all, broadly classified 26 indigenous knowledge were identified in the study area.

Arunachal Pradesh, being a largest state of Northeast India, harbours great number of plant species which are endemic to region. The diversity and endemism of state has kept it in the category of biodiversity hot-spot. Though, in recent past, numbers of plant species are being listed as rare, endangered and threatened because of increasing threats from anthropogenic and other natural factors.

The local farmers possess an immense knowledge of their environment. An effort was made to carryout a research on the conservation and testing of nitrogen effect over the location specific indigenous paddy varieties in purposively selected tribals

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An attempt has been made to identify folklore medicinally important plants frequently used by rural communities of sacred groves and it environs of Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu. A total of 34 medicinal plants from 33 genera under 29 families were enumerated. Most of the plants are used for curing earache, skin diseases, fever, cold, headache, cough, urinary disorder, ulcer, etc.

Traditional Indian structures exist beyond all ages and can be utilized by the people of every generation, since the truths of all times could also be expressed as the truth of present time.

In India, the structures built even in BC stand as monuments reflecting our involvement in construction. But in recent years, with the predominant influence of the West, mainly due to industrialization and technological innovations, we have started looking

Ladakh, truly described as high altitude cold-arid desert is one of the far most eastern regions of J&K state, India. Because of unfavourable and hostile environment prevailing over the region, cultivation is limited to a very less scale (both time and place). Under these conditions, one of the major reasons behind human habitation is the ingenuity of local

Various fish traps made of bamboo and other natural construction materials using indigenous knowledge systems are traditionally employed to catch small economic fishes in low lying areas of West Bengal and Assam.

India is the world's fourth largest fishing nation, accounting for over 4.39% of the global output. It is also a major contributor of foreign exchange earnings for several countries including India through export.

Watershed management in India has been defined as rational utilization of land and water, and water resources for optimurn, and sustained production with minimum hazards to natural resources. It is essentially related to soil and water conservation.