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The MahaBharata Flower

The MahaBharata Flower

As my grand mother said that this flower is also called as "Mahabharata Flower"- The thin petals seen are 100 in numbers- they are Kauravs. The flower has 5 filaments - they are Pandavas & the three stigmas are said as Lord Brahma, Vishnu & Maheshwara.


  • Device:  NIKON D200
  • Focal Length:  2100/10
  • ISO:  100
  • Shutter Speed:  1/400
  • F Number:  11/1

Tags:
Flower India Macro Garden Epic Story Mythology Mahabharata Art Light Pink Petals
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Shailraj 28
Submitted under March Best Shots
Category: Abstract