‘Phool’, ‘Pushpa’ or ‘Suman’, call it anything; these enchanting blossoms of nature have given an altogether new meaning to devotion.
Yes, not a single religious festivity goes by without its presence because, as we ‘Dravidians’ like to believe, they acquire a new meaning when adoring the Gods’ feet. Also, the fragrance they exude is perfect for pleasing all Gods and Goddesses to gain their life-transforming blessings.
Not to mention, women of India, be it from any culture, region or tradition, love to deck themselves up with these colourful blossoms in the form of ‘gajra’, ‘haar’ or ‘haathphool’.
And, how can we miss the aromatic presence it fills marriages with as ‘var maala’ or ‘mandap saaj’?
At God’s feet, in a woman’s hair or at the garden, India Imprints cherishes these blessings of Spring found in various hues and intricacies, thus, mesmerising the onlooker with their captivating appeal. Since ages, flowers have remained an integral part of the Indian culture.