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Gifting to God, pleasing the almighty!

In Hinduism, plants are regarded to be incarnations or symbols of Gods and therefore their worshi...

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Divine Flowers: Chameli (Jasmine)

Since the time of Vedas, Jasmine has found mention in the Hindu scriptures. The flower, in Hindu ...

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Divine Flowers: Champa

Champa (Plumeria in English) is a common flower in India. This flower is particularly fragrant at...

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Divine Flowers: Dhatura

Lord Shiva is the God of destruction. He lives the life of hermit in the wilderness of Mount Kail...

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Divine Flowers: Marigold (Genda)

Marigold is the only flower of the gods that can be distributed with its petals and hence is cons...

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Divine Flowers: Red Hibiscus

Enchanting, mesmerizing and ravishing. The Indian Hibiscus (red flowers) is the preferred flower ...

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Divine Flowers: Lotus

Our national flower, the lotus, is certainly one of the most loved flower of many Gods and Goddes...

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Divine Flowers: Parijata

This flowering tree can be located from a distance. Such is its fragrance that it will leave you ...

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Not so Holy-Basil

When it comes to flowers, and leaves, our Gods have their favorites. There also are stories that ...

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Having fresh flowers around you adds so much to your life

One thing that puts a smile on anyone’s face are flowers. A dozen roses, a bunch of lilies or a b...

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Choose your flowers based on month or zodiac

Flowers are a welcome substitute for words, expressing the givers message with fragrance and beauty.

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Gifting made easy - Gifting Tips

Gifts are an integral part of commemorating an event or celebration. Gifts can symbolise affectio...

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Why gift flowers?

Making someone feel important is more than enough reason to make you give. It tells the receiver ...

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Artificial Flowers

According to Vastu, keeping artificial flowers at home can make your own nature shallow and fake....

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Nargis - Daffodil Flowers of India

Soft, refreshing and lightly scented, these flowers are a complete delight. Nargis are white flow...

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Desi Gulab

The Indian rose or desi gulab, as it is commonly known, the most sweet-smelling flower, intense y...

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Flowers for hair

It is very common to see women in India wearing flowers in their hair. It started as a natural pe...

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Fresher for longer

How to keep flowers looking fresh and last longer! A bouquet of flowers can enhance the look o...

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Lotus

Spiritual, medicinal or religious, flowers have been very important to us Indians. Lotus is the...

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Significance of flowers and their colour

What flowers to send? In what colour? On which occasion? Need help deciding the kind of flower...

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Surprise

Has a surprise ever turned into a shock? Gifts can be tricky! The receiver may or may not like y...

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