Nature is both the best gift and the worst enemy to humankind. It amazes you with beautiful phenomena like a rainbow, northern lights, stars, flowers, etc but can also ruin things that come in its way by floods, forest fires, earthquakes, etc.

This time in Karnataka’s Kodagu the nature has shown its better side. The Mandalapatti Hills in Karnataka is the site of the bloom of Neelakurinji flowers, which blooms once in 12 years. It is called the “flower of love”, and I do not know about you, but I am definitely in love with these flowers.

Tourists are coming from all over the country to witness this once in a 12-year phenomenon.

Thumby Aviation Private Limited, a Bangalore-based heli-taxi firm, is charging Rs. 2,30,000 to take tourists to this marvelous site. Now, everyone cannot afford such a trip so if you are one of them, we won’t let you have FOMO.

Neelakurinji Flowers

Here are a few beautiful pictures of the bloom that will make you fall in love with these flowers:

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“To my knowledge, it is for the first time this year that we’ve seen these flowers spread fully across both hillocks. Usually, it is only visible in some parts of these hills,” A T Poovaiah, the Madikeri Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) said.

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These flowers grow at an altitude of 1,300 to 2,400 meters. The shrub is usually 30 to 60 cm high. The plant also has medicinal uses, according to experts.

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Kerala’s Munnar is another site where these flowers bloom. It last happened in 2018, 12 years after 2016.

Wasn’t that a visual treat? The pictures of hills adorned with these bluish-purple flowers are all we needed to ease our mid-week crises.

Sources: Indian Express, The New Indian Express, Hindustan Times

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This post is tagged under: Neelakurinji Flowers, incredible nature, munnar, karnataka, beautiful nature, times nature wowed us, blooming of flowers, once in 12 years, flower of love, blue colored flowers, Mandalapatti Hills

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