Paper Title
Floristic Composition of Sacred Groves in Jhunjhunu and Sikar, Rajasthan

Sacred groves located in Jhunjhunu and Sikar districts of Rajasthan were explored and surveyed to know floristic composition in these sacred groves. In study area 111 plant species were identified belonging to 47 different families and 94 different genera. Out of total 111 different species 93 species were dicotyledons, 17 were monocotyledons and Pteridium aquilinum was the only gymnosperm that was recorded in study area. Fabaceae was most dominant family followed by Poaceae and Solanaceae. Acacia was most dominant genus followed by Euphorbia, Ficus and Solanum. Keywords - Floristic diversity, Flora, Sacred groves Abbreviations - SG: Sacred grove.