Importance of Banyan Tree ,The tradition of worshiping the Banyan tree in Hinduism is centuries old. The banyan tree is also called Akshay Vat in Hinduism. As much as the religious importance of this tree is, it also has scientific importance. From the point of view of religion, it is said that Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh reside in the banyan tree. Apart from this, from the scientific point of view, medicinal properties are found in the root, stem and fruit of the banyan tree. The importance of the banyan tree has been explained in detail in the Hindu scriptures. Bhopal’s astrologer and Vastu consultant Pandit Hitendra Kumar Sharma is telling about this. Let us know the religious and scientific importance of the banyan tree.

Banyan is a treasure of oxygen
Banyan tree is called the treasure of oxygen. There are some trees that release oxygen in abundance. Banyan is one of them. Along with banyan, bamboo, neem and tulsi trees give plenty of oxygen. According to scientific research, Banyan, Neem, Tulsi trees can produce oxygen for more than 20 hours in a day.

Religious Significance of Banyan Tree
Banyan tree is also known as Vat Vriksha in Hinduism. The roots of the banyan tree spread far and wide in the ground. It is believed that Vishnu resides in the bark of the banyan tree, Brahma resides in the roots of the banyan tree and Lord Shiva resides in its branches.

rich in medicinal properties

The importance of the banyan tree is not only religious, but many types of medicines are also made from the banyan tree. Massaging two to three times a day on injury, sprain or swelling gives relief from the milk extracted from the leaves of the banyan tree. Also, if there is a wound or an open wound, mixing turmeric in the milk of banyan tree and applying it on the injured area heals the wound quickly. PLC/GT


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