Monday, December 26, 2011


The Mother gave significances to hundreds of flowers, corresponding to their innate vibration.
She once said:
"I have noticed a first elementary psychic vibration in plant life, and truly the blossoming of a flower is the first sign of the psychic presence. The psychic individualises itself only in man, but it existed before him; only it is not the same kind of individualisation, it is more fluid and manifests as force or as consciousness rather than as individuality. Take the rose, for example, its great perfection of form, colour and smell expresses an aspiration and is a psychic gift. Look at a rose opening in the morning with the first contact of the sun-it is a magnificent self-giving aspiration."
Physical Curiosity
We are presenting today, a cute red flower called 'Curiosity'.
Its botanical name is Holmskioldia sanguinea. It is native to the Himalayan lowlands. Its common names are 'Chinese hat plant', 'cup and saucer plant', and 'parasol flower'. It is an erect shrub that loves to climb. 
Mental Curiosity
The shrub produces spectacular narrow, trumpet shaped flowers with crimson petals and red to orange or yellow-green sepals. This plant blooms from summer to fall. It grows up to 6 feet in height and can get up to 5 feet wide. For faster growth and support, use a trellis or some other support to help your plant.

I have no special talents.  I am only passionately curious...
... The important thing is not to stop questioning.  Curiosity has its own reason for existing.  One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality.  
Albert Einstein

Curiosity is used in our Pushpanjali  and Dharti ranges

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