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ETHICAL FEAST
I AM WHAT I EAT ... I AM THE CHANGE I WANT TO SEE….


AYURVEDA MEETS MEWARI CUISINE



                     ...
Ghehoon chor
        makka khani,

MEWAR   Mewar chhod
        kathe na jani.
INDIAN FOOD PYRAMID
Relationship
In no country is life valued so much as in India,
and many people would even hesitate to destroy
   the meanest or the mos...
PRAKRUTI AND PURUSH
    (Nature and Man)
TRADITIONAL COMMUNITY FEAST
             IS
        ECO-FRIENDLY
Agro-Ecosystem
 are used for
 Biodiversity
    Studies
Insects are integral part of Agro-Ecosystem
Insects are integral part of Agro-Ecosystem
Spiders are the part of Agro-Ecosystem
Agriculture Fields & Avifauna
Grass          Grasshopper        Toad                  Snake                    Hawk   Bacteria of
   →                 →...
Acknowledgement

I am grateful to WII , Dehradun for providing the maps publicly for academic use. I heartily
acknowledge ...
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
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Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
Biodiversity in Mewar
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Biodiversity in Mewar

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A review of biodiversity issues in the Mewar district of Rajasthan.

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Biodiversity in Mewar

  1. 1. ETHICAL FEAST I AM WHAT I EAT ... I AM THE CHANGE I WANT TO SEE…. AYURVEDA MEETS MEWARI CUISINE by Satya Prakash Mehra Rajputana Society of Natural History
  2. 2. Ghehoon chor makka khani, MEWAR Mewar chhod kathe na jani.
  3. 3. INDIAN FOOD PYRAMID
  4. 4. Relationship
  5. 5. In no country is life valued so much as in India, and many people would even hesitate to destroy the meanest or the most harmful animals E. P. Gee
  6. 6. PRAKRUTI AND PURUSH (Nature and Man)
  7. 7. TRADITIONAL COMMUNITY FEAST IS ECO-FRIENDLY
  8. 8. Agro-Ecosystem are used for Biodiversity Studies
  9. 9. Insects are integral part of Agro-Ecosystem
  10. 10. Insects are integral part of Agro-Ecosystem
  11. 11. Spiders are the part of Agro-Ecosystem
  12. 12. Agriculture Fields & Avifauna
  13. 13. Grass Grasshopper Toad Snake Hawk Bacteria of → → → → → decay In general, Autotrophs Herbivores Carnivores (Producers) (Primary Consumers) (Secondary, tertiary, etc. consumers) Decomposers → → → Let’s think ……
  14. 14. Acknowledgement I am grateful to WII , Dehradun for providing the maps publicly for academic use. I heartily acknowledge Mr . M. V. Nair whose compiled illustration of insects (Slide 25) and spiders (Slide 26) used here for presentation to highlight their importance in Agro-Ecosystem. Further, I feel pleasure in acknowledging www.indianfoodsco.com for information given slide 6 . Thanks are due to Directorate of Horticulture , Jaipur for the nice information on the fruit plants in Rajasthan provided publicly. Last but not least I thank RSNH for permitting me to use the photographs of their Photo Library for such non- commercial events. Thanks to all the known and unknown persons who are directly and indirectly rendered their help and comments for the key information on the focused issue.

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