Singh Harish




A. Research Papers published

1.  J.K. Maheshwari & Harish Singh 1988. Ethnobotanical observations on the Saharia tribe of Lalitpur district, Uttar Pradesh. Vanyajati 36(3): 23-34.
2  Harish Singh & G.S. Bisht 1988. Depletion of ethnomedicinal plants of alpine region of ChamoliGarhwal along with concept of their conservation and multiplication. Jour. Sci. Res. Pl. & Med. 9(1&2): 20-23.
3. Harish Singh 1988. Ethnobiological treatment of piles by Bhoxas of Uttar Pradesh. Ancient Science of Life 8(2): 167-170.

4. J.K. Maheshwari & Harish Singh 1988. Ethnobotanical notes from Banda district, Uttar Pradesh. J.

Econ. Bot. & Phytochem.2(1-4): 16-20.  


5. Harish Singh 1989. Ethnobotanical studies on Urticadioica Linn. among the Bhotias of ChamoliGarhwal, U.P. Jour. Econ. Tax. Bot. 13(3): 719-724.
6. Harish Singh, Arvind Saklani & BrijLal 1990.Ethnobotanical observation on some Gymnosperms of Garhwal Himalaya, India. Economic Botany 44(3): 349-354.
7. J.K. Maheshwari & Harish Singh 1990. Herbal remedies of Bhoxas of Nainital district, U.P. Aryavaidyan 4(1): 30-34.
8. J.K. Maheshwari and Harish Singh 1992. Plants used by Bhoxas P.T.G. of Dehradun. Vanyajati 40: 1-8.
9. Harish Singh &J.K. Maheshwari 1992. Traditional remedies for snakebite and scorpion-sting among the Bhoxas of Nainital district, U.P. Aryavaidyan 6(2): 120-123.
10. G.S. Bisht, Harish Singh & R.D. Khulbe 1993. Damage to medicinal plants and deterioration of their active constituents by fungal species in central Himalaya, India.Cent. Him. Env. Assoc. Bull. 6: 66-72.
11. Harish Singh&G.S. Bisht 1993. Traditional therapy among the Tolchhas of ChamoliGarhwal, U.P. Jour. Sci. Res. Pl. & Med. 13: 5-7.

12.Harish Singh & G.S. Bisht 1993.Some novel folk treatments among the tribes of Uttar Pradesh.

Ancient Science of life 18(304): 250-253. 

13. Harish Singh & J.K. Maheshwari 1993.Phytotherapy for diphtheria by the Bhoxas of Nainital

district, Uttar Pradesh, India. Ethnobotany 5: 63-65. 

14. Harish singh 1993. Traditional conservation of forest flora by the Bhoxas of Nainital district,

Uttar Pradesh. In: U.Dhar (ed.) Himalayan Biodiversity: Conservation Strategies, Gyanodaya

Prakashan, Nainital, pp.401-406.


15. G.S.Bisht & Harish Singh 1993. Observation on fungal diseases of some medicinal plants in central Himalaya.Int. Jour. Trop. Pl. Diseases 11: 107-116.
16. G.S.Bisht, Harish Singh & S.L.Srivastava 1994. Survey of fungal plant diseases in a part of high altitudes of Central Himalaya. In: Y.P.S. Pangtey and R.S. Rawal (eds.) High Altitudes of the Himalaya: Biogeography, Ecology and Conservation, Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital, pp. 281-297.
17. S.C.Shah, L.K.Gupta & Harish Singh 1994. Effect of growth regulators on growth, yield and pyrethrin content in Pyrethrum (Chrysanthemum cineriaefolium (Trev.)Bocc.) Recent Horticulture 1: 84-87.

18. G.S. Bisht, G.S. Satyal & Harish Singh 1995. Agricultural economy of Bhotias of Central

Himalaya: Status and Potentialities. In: B.R. pant and M.C.Pant (eds.) Glimpsesof Central Himalaya, Vol. II, Radha Publication, New Delhi, pp. 317-  332.
19. Harish Singh, L.K.Gupta, S.C.Shah & G.S.Bisht 1995. Observation on wild edible plants growing around the Government Garden, Chaubattia (Ranikhet), district Almora, Uttar Pradesh. Jour. Econ. Tax. Bot. 19: 325-330.
20. S.C. Shah, L.K.Gupta & Harish Singh 1996. Effect of Auxins on rooting of stem cuttings of Rosemary (Rosmerinusofficinalis Linn.) Recent Horticulture 3: 126-128.
21. Harish Singh 1996. Prospects of plant based cottage industries in the Bhoxa tract of Uttar Pradesh, In: P.K. Samal (ed.) Tribal Development: Options, G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, Almora. Pp.234-241.
22. G.S.Bisht &Harish Singh 1997. Fungal disease of useful plants in the Garhwal Himalaya and their management. In: S.C.Satiet al. (ed.) Recent Research in Ecology,Environment and Pollution. Vol. X. Today and Tomorrow’s Publishers, New Delhi, pp 255-271.
23. S.C.Shah & Harish Singh-Bhujwan 1998. Yield of tuber and percentage of diosgenin in Dioscoreadeltoidea Wall. as effected by different intervals of digging. Progressive Horticulture 30(1-2): 82-84.
24. Harish Singh Bhujwan, J.K.Maheshwari & G.S. Bisht 1999. KumaonkiBhoxajanjatikaLokVanaspatikAdhyan. In: P.C.Pandeyet al. (ed.) Ethnobotany of Kumaon, Sci. Publ. Jodhpur, pp.95-105.
25. S.C.Shah & Harish Singh-Bhujwan 1999. Rotting behavior of Berberis cuttings as influenced by plant growth regulators. Progressive Horticulture 31(1-2): 98-100.
26. Harish Singh 2003. Herbal recipes for spermatorrhoea by Bhoxa tribe of Uttaranchal. Ethnobotany 15 (1-2): 115-117.
27. Harish Singh 2005. Plants used as Ethnomedicine by the Bhoxas of Uttaranchal. In: S.K. Prabhujiet al. (ed.) Recent Advances in Medicinal Plants Research, Satish Serial Publishing House, New Delhi, pp. 251-261.
28. Harish Singh 2005. Ex-situ Conservation of rare medicinal plants in Govt. Garden Chaubattia (Ranikhet), District-Almora, Uttaranchal. Annals of Forestry 13(2):291-298. 
29. Harish Singh 2006. Medicinal Plants and their local uses in sub-Himalayan tract of Uttaranchal. In: P.C. Trivedi (ed.) Medicinal Plants: Ethnobotanical Approach, Agrobios (India), Jodhpur, pp. 201-206.
30. Harish Singh 2005. Bergenia ciliata (Haw.)Sternb. – A rare promising medicinal plants needing conservation and cultivation. Environmental Information System (ENVIS) Newsletter 10(1&2): 12-13.
31.  Harish Singh 2006. Some unrecorded dye yielding plants and their less known ethnomedicinal uses in Uttaranchal. Ethnobotany 18(1-2): 119-121.
32. Harish Singh2007. Himalayan Yew (Taxus wallichiana Zucc.): A multipurpose rare gymnosperm in India. Indian Forester 133(5):690-696.
33. Harish Singh 2007. Promising Ethno-medicinal plants of Jharkhand. In: P.C. Trivedi (ed). Ethnomedicinal Plants of India, Aaviskar Publishers, Jaipur, pp. 1-32.

34. Harish Singh, S.C. Srivastava, G. Krishna & A. Kumar 2007. IndigoferacassioidesRottlerex

DC. –An uncommon wild edible plant. ENVIS  Newsletter 12(1-2):12. 

35. Harish Singh 2008.  Importance of local names of some useful plants in ethnobotanical study.

Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 7(2): 365-370. 

36. Harish Singh. 2008. Ethnomedicinal plants of Jharkhand, India. In:  D.A. Patil,(ed.) Herbal

cures: Traditional Approach, Aavishkar Publishers, Jaipur. pp. 248-263.  

37. Harish Singh, S.C. Srivastava, G. Krishna & A. Kumar 2009. Ethnobotany of Indigofera

cassioidesRottlerex  DC. Indian Forester, 135(2):227-230.  

38. D.S. Rawat, Harish Singh & C.S.Rana 2009. New Distributional Records of Dicranostigma

lactucoides and Dipcadi serotinum from Uttaranchal. J.Econ. Taxon. Bot. 33(1): 32-34. 

39. Saren, A.M., A.C. Halder & Harish Singh 2009. Ethnomedicinal plants of Mahilong forest range

in Ranchi district, Jharkhand. J. Econ. Taxon. Bot. 33(4):803- 810. 

40. Harish Singh, S.C. Srivastava, G. Krishna & A. Kumar 2010. Comprehensive Ethnobotanical

study of Sundargarh District, Orissa, India. In: P. C. Trivedi (ed.) Ethnic Tribes and Medicinal

Plants, Pointer publishers, Jaipur. pp. 89-106. 

41. Harish Singh, G.Krishna& P.K. Baske 2010. Plants used in the treatment of joint diseases

(rheumatism, arthritis, gout and lumbago) in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, India. Report and

Opinion.2(9): 22-26.  

42. Harish Singh, G.Krishna& P.K. Baske 2010. Traditional phytotherapy for leucorrhoea in

Mayurbhanj District, Odisha.Ethnobotany22 (1&2): 128-131. 

43. Harish Singh& G. Krishna 2011.Chlorophytumarundinaceum (Asparagaceae) leaves used as

vegetable in Angul district, Odisha. ENVIS News Letter 16(2): 2. 

44. Harish Singh 2012. Traditional Phytotherapy for the treatment of hydrocele in Odisha, India.

Ancient Sci. Life. 31(3):137-140. 

45. Harish Singh, G. Krishna, P.K. Baske & R. Saravanan2012. Less known Recipes of Bamboo

shoots from Western Odisha. ENVIS News Letter 17(2):6.  

46. Harish Singh & G. Krishna 2012. Unreported ethnomedicinal uses of some plants in Angul

district, Odisha (India). Ethnobotany 24 (1 &2):86-91. 

47. Harish Singh 2012.Less known ethnomedicinal uses of some plants from Sundargarh,

Mayurbhanj, Angul and Balangir districts of Odisha, India.Nelumbo54:172-181. 

48.Harish Singh 2012.ChlorophytumaundonaceaBaker (Nepayee): A Little known wild edible

Plant with indigenous method of cooking in Angul District, Odisha, India, J.  Econ. Taxon.

Bot. 36 (4): 777-780. 

49.Harish Singh & G. Krishna 2012.Ethnobotanical Observations on Angul District of Odisha,

India, J.  Econ. Taxon. Bot. 36 (4): 781-808. 

50. Harish Singh, G.Krishna & P.K. Baske 2013.Ethnomedicinal plants used for dental care in

Sundargarh, Mayurbhanj, Angul and Balangir districts of Odisha, India. Indian Journal of

Natural Products and resources 4(4); 419-424. 

51. Harish Singh, 2013. Ethnomedicinal uses of some wild flowers in Sundargarh, Mayurbhanj,

Angul and Bolangir districts of Odisha. Ethnobotany 25 (1&2):115-119. 

52. Harish Singh, G. Krishna & P.K. Baske 2014.Ethnobotanical Observations on

Mayurbhanj District of Odisha, India. In: Kumar Sanjeev (Ed.) Ethnobotanical Studies

in India, Deep Publication New Delhi, pp.80-117. 

53.Harish Singh, P.K. Baske & R. Saravanan2014.Ethnobotanical Observations on Balangir

District of Odisha, India, J.  Econ. Taxon. Bot. 38 (1): 40-73. 
54. Harish Singh, G. Krishna, R. Saravanan, P.A. Dhole & P.K. Baske 2014. Handia- the indigenous rice beer of Tribals in Odisha. ENVIS News Letter 19(1): 4. 


B. Popular Articles Published:

1. Harish Singh 1988. Ringal: Parvatiya anchal mein pai jane wali ek bahupayogi ghas. Vanyajati  

          36(3): 15-18. 

2. Harish Singh Bhujwan 1993. Jiwan rakshak jari- bootion se bhara para hai Uttarakhand.  Dainik  

          Jagran, Bareilly on 6.8.1993, pp 8. 

3. S.D. Lal, L.K.Gupta and Harish Singh Bhujwan 1996. Pyrethrum: Ek keetnashak aushdhiya   

          paudha. Uttarakhand Bhaishjya Ratnakar, 1(1): 19. 

4. Harish Singh 'Bhujwan' 2003. Nanda Devi Raj jat pad yatra –2000 ( Dharmik evam vanaspatik

         dristikon ) Vanaspati Vani 13(12): 26-31. 

5. Harish Singh 'Bhujwan' 2004. Thuner (Himalayan Yeu) – Mirtyu ka vriksha ? Vanaspati Vani

        14(13): 54-56.  
6. V.S. Kumar and Harish Singh 2005. Jaiw vividhata: ek amulya vardaan. Paryavaran, 16(2): 5-8.    

7. Harish Singh 'Bhujwan' 2005. Jalwayu pariwartan aur uska vanaspatiyon par prabhaw. Vanaspati

         Vani 15(14): 38-40.  

8. Harish Singh. 'Bhujwan' 2006. Hamaari rangeen vanaspati sampada. Vanaspati Vani, 16(15): 28-


9. Harish Singh. 'Bhujwan' 2007. Sambhalu (vitex negundo): Paudha ek gun anek. Vanaspati Vani,

          17(16):  44-46. 

10. Harish Singh 'Bhujwan' 2008. Ped paudhon ke sthaniya namon ki utpatti evam unka vanaspatik

            pahachan men mahatwa. Vanaspati Vani 18(17): 102-107. 

11. Harish Singh ‘Bhujwan’ 2009. Lok vanaspati vigyan (Ethnobotany): Ek Awalokan. Vanaspati

           Vani 19 (18):129-133.  

12. Gopal Krishna & Harish Singh 2009. Grah evam Rashiyon se sambandhit vanaspatiyan aur

           unaka sarakshan. Vanaspati Vani 19(18):134-136.  

13. Harish Singh ‘Bhujwan’ 2010. Odisha ke Mayurbhanj janapad ke Aadivasiyon dwara prayukt

           kuchh ped-paudhon ke parampragat chamatkarik upayog. Vanaspati Vani 20(19): 99-105. 

14.  Harish Singh & Gopal Krishna 2011. Odisha ke Malyagiri parwat srinkhala me payee jane wali

            vanaspation ke alp gyant aushdhiya upayog. Vanaspai Vani 21(20):145-153. 

15. Harish Singh ‘Bhujwan’ 2012. Odisha ke Aadivasi kshetron me jangli phulon ke parmprik 

              gharelu  upayog. Vanaspai Vani 22(21):41-45. 

16. Harish Singh 2013. Odisha ke Aadivasi kshetron men Saptahik Bazar (Hat) me Ped-paudhon

             tatha unke utpadon ka wipadan : Ek Sarwekshan. Vanaspati Vani 23(22):73-78.