Connotations of White Chrysanthemums

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Delicate white chrysanthemums come in wide varieties: anemone, decorative, double Korean, incurved, incurving, reflexed, spider, and spoon. Many of these flowers are not pure white. A dash of pink, purple, and yellow hues enhances the white refreshing petals. The white blooms have different meanings in different countries. For example, white …

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Marigold Art from Chandigarh Chrysanthemum Show

Are you traveling to India during December? Visit Chrysanthemum Show in Terraced Garden, Chandigarh.

Carefully cultivated chrysanthemum blooms were center of attractions during annual Chrysanthemum Show 2012, Chandigarh. And marigold art complemented guest chrysanthemums and resident bushes and tall trees in the Terraced Garden. The marigold art exhibits featured marigold flowers in three shades: maroon, orange, and / or yellow. The floral artists created …

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Chrysanthemums from Chandigarh

Photo stories about chrysanthemum show, Chandigarh

Manicured Terraced Garden in Sector 33B, Chandigarh comes alive with chrysanthemums of varied colors during annual winter Chrysanthemum Show. However, you will not find blue color chrysanthemums because they are limited to fantasies. Chrysanthemums of different shapes and sizes reside in clean pots for three days in the garden. The …

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What are the attractions of the Himalayan trekking trails?

Pilgrims walk the narrow trekking trail connecting Nauti and Kansuwa, two important destinations along Nanda Raj Jat, a pilgrimage that takes place once in twelve years in Uttarakhand, India.

As a result of wide altitudinal, latitudinal, and longitudinal diversity and extent, the Himalayas is a home to an assortment of physical and cultural landscapes. Many of these landscapes are challenging and unique due to remoteness and lack of modern infrastructure. These “backward” or, I should say, non-urbanized areas offer …

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Paradoxes of Nanda Raj Jat

A devotee from Nanda Raj Jat

Nanda Raj Jat 2014 witnessed its share of paradoxes. The guards of khadu, the four-horn ram, fasted for entire twenty days and walked barefoot. They ate once a day but the meal was lavish. Religion is about discipline and sacrifices for them. On the other hand many devotees relished hookah, …

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