Krishna Kamala: The Sacred and Fragrant Flowers of India

Krishna Kamala (Lagerstroemia speciosa) is a fragrant flowering plant native to tropical Asia, particularly India.

The flowers of Krishna Kamala are usually red, pink, or white and have six petals. 

It has been used in traditional Indian medicine for its healing properties.

Krishna Kamala (Nelumbo nucifera) is an aquatic plant native to India and is considered a sacred plant in Hinduism.

The plant has large, beautiful flowers ranging from pink to white and is often seen growing in temples and other religious sites.

The flowers of Krishna Kamala are used in religious ceremonies and are said to have healing properties.

Krishna Kamala can grow up to 15 meters tall in the wild but usually doesn't exceed 5-6 meters when cultivated as a home garden plant.

It prefers full sun and well-drained soil and can tolerate partial sun, but the leaves will be smaller, and the flowers will not be as vibrant.

It is best to use distilled or rainwater for watering Krishna Kamala plants.