Flowers Used in Puja Ceremonies

Dhatura flowers

Dhatura flowers, known for their trumpet-like shape and potent properties, are used in rituals and medicines despite their toxicity.


Marigold, known for vibrant colors and resilience, symbolizes joy, love, and positivity, commonly used in decorations and offerings.


Jasmine, known for its fragrant white flowers, symbolizes purity, love, and sensuality, often used in perfumes and religious ceremonies.


The rose, known for its beauty and fragrance, symbolizes love and passion, making it a popular flower for various occasions.


The lotus symbolizes purity, enlightenment, and divine beauty, often associated with spiritual awakening and rebirth in various cultures.


Hibiscus is a flowering plant known for its vibrant blooms, commonly used in landscaping, herbal tea, and traditional medicine.


Tulsi, or holy basil, is revered in Hinduism for its sacredness, medicinal properties, and association with spiritual rituals and worship.


Neem, an evergreen tree, has medicinal properties and is used in traditional medicine, skincare, and agriculture for its benefits.


Palash, or Flame of the Forest, is a vivid orange-red flower native to India, symbolizing energy, vitality, and spiritual enlightenment.