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Facts about Sanjeevani, the herb that could revive a dead person

In Hindu mythology, Sanjeevani is described a magical herb which has the power to cure any malady. It was believed that medicines prepared from this herb could revive a dead person. This herb is mentioned in the Ramayana when, Ravana’s son Indrajit hurls a powerful weapon at Lakshmana. Lakshmana is badly wounded and is nearly killed by Indrajeet. Hanuman was called upon to fetch this herb from the mount Dunagiri (Mahodaya) in the Himalayas or Valley of Flowers. Upon reaching Mount Sumeru, Hanuman was unable to identify the herb and decided to lift the entire mountain and bring it to the battlefield. Today there is still the mystery and the search for Sanjeevani, the plant that gives back life again. In the end, it is a search for the knowledge about timeless life in you, a search for immortality.

The History of Sanjeevani Booti

In the fierce battle that happened between Ravana’s son Meghnad and Ram’s brother Lakshmana, a deadly arrow could have changed the course of the war. Lakshmana lost consciousness and Rama wailed in despair. In that desperate hour, Hanuman approached the Lankan Royal Physician Sushena for guidance. Sushena asked Hanuman to rush to Dronagiri Hills and fetch four divine herbs – Mrutha Sanjeevani (For life), Vishalyakarani (For arrows), Sandhanakarani (For skin) and Savarnyakarani (For skin colour).

The Mystery behind Sanjeevani Booti

In Hindu mythology, Sanjeevani is a magical herb which has the power to cure any problem. It was believed that medicines prepared from this herb could restore life in a dead person. While some references in scientific literature list Selaginella bryopteris as the Sanjeevani mentioned in Hindu mythology, a search of ancient texts has so far not revealed any plant that can be definitively confirmed as Sanjeevani. In certain texts it is written that Sanjeevani glows in the dark.

What is Sanjeevani Booti?

All of us know that plants with medicinal properties exist in nature. From Holy Basil (Tulsi) to coriander, a lot of plants have amazing remedial effects. A quick search over the Internet will tell you that Sanjeevani Booti is commonly known as Selaginella bryopteris. Since ages, people have been talking about the magical effects of this plant. Truly, it is a plant of great importance to the society as a whole and it should be studied thoroughly.

Has Sanjeevani Booti been rediscovered in 21st Century?

Some people have claimed that they were able to locate two groups of plants in the Dronagiri Hills thatcould be the ancient miracle plant. This hill is in Joshimath, Garhwal and it reaches up to a height of 15,000 feet. The truth behind the discovery still needs to be verified. Agricultural scientists at Indian National Botanical Research Institute are working rigorously on Sanjeevani Booti to unearth more hidden facts about it.

Is Selaginella bryopteris the renowned Sanjeevani?

It is a very important question for the biologists, medical practitioners, enthusiasts and research scholars as to which medicinal plant is Mrita Sanjeevani. The name suggests that this plant has the capacity to bring back life in a dead person. There is hardly any plant that has been determined to be of this rank among various medicinal plants – Not even Selaginella bryopteris. And wasn’t it supposed to emit light?

Quote, from Valmiki Ramayana (Yuddh kand 74)

When Hanuman saluted in his feet, Lankan Royal Physician Sushena mentioned, “On the Himalayas, between Kailas and rishabh mountain there lies a mountain of life giving herbs. The herbs are of four categories: mritsanjivani, vishalyakarni, suvarnkarni, and sandhani. They always emit light. You have to come with those herbs at the earliest.

Latest news around Sanjeevani Booti

Various studies conducted on this plant revealed a special feature of resistance to drought in this plant. This feature makes Sanjeevani Booti capable of standing drought conditions for long years. Agricultural scientists are planning to insert this gene from the plant to various other crops. As a result, the crops would become resistant to drought conditions. Such transgenic plants would help in preventing loss of crops even when sufficient water is not present.

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