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One of the most fragrant flowers I have ever smelt – the Paarijaata – makes its presence felt on the GEO blog. I am lucky enough to see a plant in full bloom inside our garden – thanks to my mom. This flower is so powerfully fragrant and addictive that you can’t think of putting it down. The Paarijaata blooms at night and withers by morning. It was quite a difficult task photographing these beauties. This is the best I could manage.
Legend says that the Paarijaata emerged during the churning of the ocean in the search for the Amrutha. It was then kept in Devaloka (world of the Gods) and then subsequently brought down to Earth by Lord Krishna. No wonder it’s called the Heavenly flower.
Have you been lucky enough to smell the Paarijaata?
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