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Posted by
Nandan (Mayapur, India) on 22 September 2019 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Passiflora ("Panch Pandav" (referring to the five Pandavas in the Hindu epic, the Mahabharata). There are (apparently) a 100 of those blue petals - one for each of the Kauravas, and 5 of the green ones in the centre - one for each of the Pandavas. The green bulb in the centre symbolises the Pandava queen Draupadi, and the three filaments are for the holy trinity of Brahma-Vishnu-Shiv. AND the white radial in the centre is the Sudarshan chakra of Lord Krishna. The colour blue is moreover associated with Krishna as the colour of his aura.)

Canon PowerShot SX20 IS 1/100 second F/5.0 ISO 200 5 mm

Mayapur is a place of pilgrimage in West Bengal India. It is the birthplace of Lord chaitanya Mahaprabhu who is an incarnation of Lord Krishna. The series Mayapur is humble effort to document the rich biodiversity of the region.
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Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
1/100 second
ISO 200
5 mm