India is a nation with a rich botanical heritage, and always has been. The importance of the bounty that we possessed may not have been recognized until a few centuries ago.  The remembrance of our elaborate colonial past is alive in the spirit of the nation. And at some point in history, these two identities converged- contributing an ocean of botanical discoveries and breakthroughs by the Portuguese, Dutch and the British.

We bring to you these surveys, arranged chronologically – All aligned in a timeline!
We have curated 97 British, 8 Dutch and 3 Portuguese surveys, spanning across the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. 

British Botanical Surveys 
Portuguese / Dutch Botanical Surveys

Through these surveys, we aim to provide botany enthusiasts with reliable and prominent botanical research papers, and viable sources.

However, we do acknowledge the fact that our collections could be constrained by the limitations of our own knowledge on the subject. Hence, we would invite, and request fellow lovers of botany to contribute towards the initiative, in whichever way possible.

Feel free to Contact Us, with any valuable information or content that you may have, regarding our topic. Your valuable input would only help us to better our initiative!