Bangalore is the city of flowers to me. Though I have yet to visit its world famous Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, I clicked these flowers at the outskirts of the city, The Art of Living International Center.
Location: The Art of Living International Center, 21st Kanakapura Road, Udayapura, Bangalore, India
Crossandra, Orange flower used to make garlands and hair ornament – Gajra in Bangalore, India
Jasmine, roses and chrysanthemums are the other flowers commonly used for Gajras and garlands.
Temple tree flower, Plumeria, India
Plumeria is a fragrant flower used in worship, hair ornaments. Plumeria trees are commonly used to pretty up any roadside in India. Pink, peach and yellow are some of its other colours.
Red Hibiscus, India
This red hibiscus or Japa kusum, Japa Pushp is used to worship Devi, Mother Divine. Shops outside Kamakhya temple in Assam sell garlands of hibiscus.
Pink Hibiscus, Bnagalore, India
India has many kinds of hibiscus shrubs. They grow easily and require little care. They add colour in the rainy season.
More flowers from Bangalore.