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Bhagalpur University Botanical Garden

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Bhagalpur University Botanical Garden


The Bhagalpur University Botanical garden is situated in the campus of University Department of Botany (Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University) (25014’26’’N Latitude and 86056’53’’E Longitude). The garden has beautiful landscape and covers a total area of about eight acres of land. A large number of plants including some rare, endangered, threatened and endemic (RET &E) i.e. plants genetic resources are being conserved at present in the Bhagalpur University Botanic Garden. Some of the sacred plants are worshiped by the locals. The Botanic garden is organized  with various education & awareness activities such as seminars, symposia, nature camps, nature trails etc. for educating the students and people about the importance of conserving the rare and threatened plant species.

The plants especially trees play great importance in human life. Humans and other animals are directly or indirectly dependent on plants, because plants are the primary producer of ecosystem on earth. They provide food, fodder, timber, fuel, etc. There are many trees both indigenous and exotic that are growing in the Bhagalpur University Botanical Garden. The Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MOEF & CC), Gov. of India has also selected this garden for conservation and propagation of threatened and endemic plants in the year 2003-2004.

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