A rare and mysterious flower of the world, the Nagpushapa blooms once in 36 years on the peak of Himalayas
\New Delhi: The Nagpushapa is a pretty amazing flower. The flower blooms mainly in the Himalayas. It’s almost like a Cobra. The most important thing about it is that it blooms once in every 36 years. The tree is found in Nepal, Bhutan, and the Nilgiris. It blooms between May and June between 3 and 4 p.m.
According to mythology, Lord Shiva gave it to Goddess Parvati before telling the immortal story in the Amarnath Cave. The flower is very fragrant and has 42 petals. It is believed that all desires are fulfilled as soon as one sees the flower Nagapushapa. Its application cures many of the most common diseases.