The Genesis Of A Global Cause

Well known environmental missionary, Mrs Tripat Parmar took the initiative and set up DEEKSHA as an NGO which has been registered as a trust under the Indian Trust Act II of 1882. DEEKSHA, with the sincere hard work and dedication of all associated with it, has over the years charted its own path and given shape and direction to environmental conservation and protection activities in a number of regions of the country. For adhering to established auditable standards, processes and procedures, DEEKSHA has been accredited with the much coveted ISO 9001:2015 certification.


DEEKSHA is an NGO dedicated to environmental conservation and sustainable development, driven by a passion for preserving the natural beauty and ensuring a harmonious coexistence between humanity and nature. Established with a profound sense of responsibility towards future generations, DEEKSHA has been striving tirelessly to address the urgent environmental challenges of the day.

At the heart of DEEKSHA’s mission is a deep-seated commitment to fostering environmental stewardship and empowering communities to take proactive steps towards building a more sustainable future. With a focus on both local and global environmental issues, DEEKSHA’s initiatives encompass a wide spectrum of activities ranging from tree-planting campaigns and waste management projects to renewable energy advocacy and biodiversity conservation efforts. Through these diverse initiatives, DEEKSHA aims to inspire individuals and communities to embrace sustainable practices and become active agents of change in their respective environments.

DEEKSHA’s approach to environmental conservation is grounded in the principles of collaboration, innovation and inclusivity. By forging partnerships with like-minded organizations, governmental bodies, and local communities, DEEKSHA leverages collective expertise and resources to amplify the impact of its initiatives and drive meaningful change. Furthermore, DEEKSHA prioritizes innovation and creativity in its strategies, constantly seeking out novel approaches and solutions to address evolving environmental challenges.

As a grassroots organization, DEEKSHA places a strong emphasis on community engagement and capacity-building, recognizing the pivotal role that communities play in driving sustainable development at the grassroots level. Through educational workshops, training programs, and outreach initiatives, DEEKSHA empowers individuals and communities with the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to become effective stewards of their natural surroundings. By fostering a sense of ownership and pride in local environmental resources, DEEKSHA endeavours to create a lasting legacy of environmental sustainability and resilience in communities.

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Our vision at DEEKSHA is to be a leading force in environmental conservation and education. We aspire to empower individuals of all ages and backgrounds to actively contribute to the preservation and enhancement of the environment, ensuring a harmonious coexistence with nature.

To empower society through the dissemination of environmental education, fostering awareness, and implementing sustainable practices. DEEKSHA strives to be a guiding force in environmental conservation, leveraging the collective efforts of individuals from diverse backgrounds. By instilling a sense of responsibility and cooperation, especially among students and educators, DEEKSHA aims to shape a future generation committed to preserving the environment and promoting a clean, green, and sustainable world. Through educational initiatives, workshops, and value-based projects, DEEKSHA endeavors to challenge and transform mindsets, emphasizing that each individual can play a pivotal role in safeguarding the planet.

  1. Environmental Consciousness

  2. Collaboration and Inclusivity

  3. Education as Catalyst

  4. Innovation in Conservation

  5. Community Engagement

  6. Proactive Initiatives

  7. Responsibility and Leadership

 A few of the herbal plants are listed below along with their uses for your reference
#Scientific NameCommon NameMedicinal ValuesPart(s) Used
1Abrus PrecatoriusRattiSwellings, Purgative, Emetic, AphrodiasicLeaves, Seeds
2Acorus CalamusVachCNS Stimulant, Carminative, TonicRhizome
3Withania SomniferaAshgandhGeneral Weakness, Diuretic, Antibiotic, AntibacterialRoots, Leaves
4Adhatoda VasicaVasakaExpectorant, BronchitisLeaves
5Aloe VeraGhrit KumariPurgative, CosmeticsLeaves
6Alpinia GalangaBarakulanjanRheumatism, Stomach DisordersRhizome
7Althea OfficinalisGulkheraDemulcent, EmollientRoots
8Ammi MajusAtri LalLeucodermaFruits
9Andrographis, PaniculataKalmeghTonic, Fever, Worms, DysenteryStem, Leaves, Inflorescence
10Anethum GraveolensSoyaCondiment, CarminativeFruits
11Artimesia AnuaSweet Worm WoodMalaria, FeversAerial Part
12Asparagus, RacemosusShatawariDemulcent, Diuretic, AphrodisiacRoots
13Asparagus, AdscendensSafed MusliDemulcent, DiarrhoeaRoots
14Bacopa MonnieraBrahmiDiuretic, Nerve Tonic, Cardiotonic, InsanityWhole Plant
15Balanitis RoxburghiiHingotSteriod Harmones, Oral ContraceptivesSeeds, Oil
16Barleria, PrionitesKala BansaDiaphoretic, Diuretic, FebrifugeBark Juice, Leaves, Roots
17Caesalpinia, BonducellaKaranjwaTonic, AntipyreticSeeds
18Cannabis SativaBhangSedative, Anti-Spasmodic, Analgestic, StomachicLeaves, Flowers
19Carissa CarandasKaraundaPickles, JamsFruits
20Catharanthus RoseusSada BaharAnti Cancer ActivitiesRoots, Leaves
21Cassia AngustifloiaSennaLaxative, Cathartic, PurgativeLeaves,Fruits
22Centella AsiaticaMandukaparniDiuretic, Tonic, CNS 8 Skin DiseasesWhole Plant
23Cichoriurn IntybusKasniFever, Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Spleen Enlargement, Stomachic, DiureticRoots
24Cissus, QuadrangularisHadjorJoining Of Fractured BoneStem
25Clerodendron PhlomidisArniGunela Worms, Gonorrhea, Demulcent, Nervous DisordersLeaves, Roots, Root Bark
26Clerodendrun ViscosumUshnaTumors, Skin Disease, Hernia, Fever, MalariaLeaves, Roots
27Clitorea TernateaShankpushpiPurgative, Cathartic, DiureticSeeds, Roots
28Coleus FroskohliiPatharchurHypertension, Asth ma, Vasodla lation, Cardiac ProblemsTubers
29Cymbopogon CitratusLemon GrassCold, CosmeticsLeaf Oil
30Datura StramoniumDaturaExpectorant, Demulcent, Asthma, CNS StimulantLeaves, Seeds
31Dioscorea BulbiferaZimikandAsthama, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia, Piles, Tumours DiosgeninBulbs
32Dioscorea FloribundaRataluSteroid Hormone DlosqenlnBulbs
33Dracaena SanderinaLucky BambooAntimalarial, Antibacterial, AntifungalPlant Extract
34Emblica OfficinalisAonlaDiuretic, Carminative, Cooling, AstringentFruits, Flowers, Bark
35Glycirrhiza GlabraMulhetiTonic, Laxative, Gastric UlcersRoots
36Glycosmis PentaphyllaBan-NimbuFever, Liver Complaints etc.Fruits
37Gymnema SylvestreGudmarJaundiceLeaves
38Jatropa CurcasJangli ArandPurgative, BiofuelSeeds
39Lepidium SativumHaloonStimulant, Diuretic, Tonic, AphrodiasicLeaves, Seeds
40Linum UsitatissimumAlsiGonorrhoea, Nervine & Cardiac Tonic, Diuretic, EmollientLeaves, Flowers, Seeds
41Majorana HortensisMurwaSprains Of Paralytic Limbs, Carminative, StimulantLeaves, Flower Heads, Oil
42Mentha ArvensisPudinaCarminative, Refrigerant, StimulantLeaves
43Mentha PiperitaVilaiti PudinaCarminative, Vomiting, Headache, Rheumatic Pains, Cough DropsLeaves
44Mentha AquaticaTivraHeadache, CholeraVolatile Oil
45Matricaria ChamomillaBabunaTonic, Gastric StimulantSeeds
46Moringa OleiferaSonjnaGout, Acute RheumatismSeed Oil
47Neriurn IndicumKanerRingworm, Cardiac StimulantRoots, Dried Leaves
48Nyctanthes ArbortristisHarsingharLaxative, Diuretic, Cholagouge, Fevers, ExpectorantLeaves, Seeds
49Ocimum SanctumTulsiBronchitis, Asthma, Cold, Digestion, Urinary ComplaintsLeaves, Seeds
50Ocimum BasilicumBantulsiDysentery, Chronic DiarrhoeaLeaves
51Plantago MajorLahuriyaInflammation Of GIT & GUTSeeds
52Plantago OvataIsabagolDysentely, Digestive DisordersSeeds
53Pluchea LanceolataRasnaCooling EffectAerial Part
54Plumbago ZeylanicaChitrakAppetizer ,Skin Diseases, Diarrhoea, Scabies, CNS StimulantRoots, Milky Juice
55Polianthes TuberosaRajnigandhaDiuretic Emetic, GonorrhoeaBulbs
56Psorelia CorylifoliaBabchiLeucoderma, Leprosy Skin DiseasesSeeds (Resin)
57Rauwolfia SerpentinaSarpgandhaInsanity, Insomnia, Schizophrenia, CNS DisordersRoots
58Rauwolfia CanescensBarachandrikaChronic Skin InfectionsBark
59Rourea MinorVidharaDiabetes, RheumatismRoots
60Ruta GraveolensSadabAnthelmintic, AntispasmodicOil
61Santalurn AlbumChandanCooling, Diaphoretic, Diuretic, Expectorant, FeversRoots, Wood
62Saraca IndicaAshokAstringent, AntipyreticStern Bark
63Sarcostemma AcidumSomlataInsect RepellentStem
64Silybum MarianumMilk ThisleAnti DiabeticFlowers
65Solanum NigrumMakioLiver Ailments, DropsyLeaves, Fruits
66Tamarix AphyllaFarash--
67Tecoma StansPila KanerDiuretic, Vermifuge, TonicRoots
68Tinospora CordifoliaGiloeDysentery, Joints Pain, ArthiltisDried Stem
69Tylophora IndicaAntamulFevers, Rheumatic ArthritisLeaves
70Urginea IndicaJangli PyazExpectorant, Stimulant, Cardio Tonic, Bronchitis, Epidermal Carcinoma, AsthmaBulbs
71Viola SerpensBanafsaSwellingsRoot Paste
72Vetiveria ZizanioidesKhasSwellingsRoot Paste
Note: The list above is only indicative and not exhaustive.