Attar Harshingar 1460
(Nyctanthes arbor-tristis, sandalwood)
Commonly called Parijat or Harshingar in India, there are ample references in the ancient Indian scriptures to this enigmatic and ethereal flower. The Sanskrit phrase Paarinaha Samudrath jaatho va parijatah (Parijat, which was born out of the sea after much searching) suggests that Parijat was derived during the historic Samudra Manthan. In Attar Harshingar, sandalwood subtly compliments the captivatingly sweet, deeply spiritual scent. No wonder Indian history recognizes it as "God's Flower".
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