Developing interlinked lexical resources for Sanskrit can be used in various NLP applications like building WordNet, dictionaries, Sanskrit-Indian Language Machine Translation System (MTS) etc. The work explores an interconnected lexical resource system in the form of relational database and multi-dimensional knowledge based indexing system for ?yurvedic herbs. This work is based on Vanausadhi Varga (VV), one of the chapters of Amarako?a (AK), the most popular Sanskrit lexicon ascribed to Amarasi?ha (4th Century CE) and Bh?vaprak??a Nigha??u (BPN) of Bh?vami?ra (16th Century AD), one of the most accepted texts of ?yurvedic nigha??u (glossaries). This work, besides being an essential resource in NL system of Sanskrit, may also be useful for authentic and referential knowledge about Indian ?yurvedic heritage. The system can also be very useful for the researches of medical sciences by providing the facts from the huge texts. The book discusses the detailed study about structure and organization of the VV of AK with BPN and explain the tradition of ?yurvedic nigha??u as well as Sanskrit lexicographical tradition in India. The system can be tested at http://sanskrit.jnu.ac.in.