CONTENTS:- 1. General Introduction; 2. General Methods and Objectives; 3. Biodiversity Conservation; 4. Ayurvedic and Economic Importance; 5. Forest and Tribal; 6. Forest management; 7. Human Dimensions; 8. Summary and Conclusion.
In our country the tribal constitutes 8% of the total population who are miginalised and poverty stricken. We can not neglect the aborginals, tribals and adivasis and therefore we have to adopt suitable strategy for their socio-economic upliftment. Based on secondary as well as primary sourcesof data in the most backward, tribal regions of our country, the study focus light on immense significance of forest resources, bio-diversity, interdependence of forests and tribals, shifting cultivation, mangement of forest eco-system with suitable policy implication.