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yes...that's right...it's also commonly called as "Aparajitha" phool in other parts of India.
Thanks for the ID nuwan chaturanga.. Thanks for the comment ruchats.. In our region it is used to worship lord shiva and called "Shanka pushpa"
Used in cooking, as a dye and has medicinal properties...used in ayurvedic medicines.
Lat: 14.20, Long: 75.06
Spotted on Sep 24, 2012 Submitted on Sep 24, 2012