What is Parijata?
Asked by Jollymood, 24 Jul '07 12:30 pm
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A tree, which is nat found on earth.jo swarg mey milta hai.Answered by vijender, 24 Jul '07 01:33 pm
The parijat tree (known in Hindi as harsingar and Bengali as shifali) bears the botanical name of Nyctanthes arbortristis and is part of the Oleaceae family. Parijat" is a very beautiful flower, known as "The flower of heaven".Its grows in a large bushy tree, the bud comes out of the main branch of the tree, normally any flower comes at the end of a branch, but this is different. A bud takes 21 days to bloom as a flower Satyabhama wanted this "Parijat" tree from the Heaven to be planted in her garden. Rukmini too, took a fancy to the flower. Krishna, wanting to keep both his wives happy, planted this tree so that the flowers fell in Rukminis garden while the tree remained in Satyabhamas garden The tree was planted in the garden of Indra, the Lord of Heavens. Even as Krishna stole a branch of the tree he was spotted by Indra. However Indra desisted from placing a curse on Krisha since he was an incarnation of Vishnu. Still, Indra put forth a curse on the stolen branch that ...moreAnswered by gopi, 24 Jul '07 12:40 pm
Parijata is born by a angel. (pari)Answered by arun mishra, 24 Jul '07 12:32 pm