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Holy Flower
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The shoeflower that belongs to a group of plants called hibiscus is offered to many gods during worship, but it is with Durga that the flower is chiefly associated.

The flower is called Jaba in Bengali.

According to the legend, when the goddess Durga assumed the form of Kali to destroy evil, the hibiscus plant gave the red colour of its flowers to the goddess’ eyes so that they would glow red with anger and strike terror in the heart of the enemies. The goddess was touched by the gesture and offered to grant the plant any boon that it asked for.

"I wish to serve you forever," said the plant, simply. Its wish was granted. The goddess promised to bless anyone who offered her Java flowers.

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There are over 200 varieties of the flower in India. The one which is associated with the goddess is the bright red China Rose.





User's Comments                     
Linda
Holy Flower,does it come back every year? Which are some flowers to plant that will come back every year and that are pretty different?
swaroop
Hi, Thanks for the information. I want to know how many types of tulsi are available in India and its biological name presently.
utsav jain
Very good site. I want to know why chinarose is called shoe flower?
jewelyn
Why there is other description about shoeflower
K. N. Sankara Narayanan
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Pranju P
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VA
Dear Sir, Please send me all the details about Hibiscus plant by today. i.e from begining to end. Its very urgent.
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