Its in Amarkantak ( origin of River Narmada) it is said to be the birthplace of Gul Bakawali plants. a mobile camera pic.
The Gulbakawali Ark of Amarkantak is world famous. The traditional healers and natives of this region are well aware of its medicinal uses. This Gulbakawali Ark is used as eye-tonic and is said to prevent Motiabind (Cataract)
White butterfly ginger lily, or simply ginger lily, is a tropical perennial and a cousin of culinary ginger (Zingiber officinale) but it is not edible.
In Chhatisgarh, the Amarkantak hills are covered with dense forests, and it is the treasure house of valuable herbs and medicinal insects. Here the advisees have been growing White Ginger Lily, (Gulbakawali) for generations
Very Beautiful and exotic ! i don't know the name ! at a Zoo in Bilaspur (CG)
God loved the flowers and invented soil. Man loved the flowers and invented vases. ~Variation of a saying by Jacques Deval (God loved the birds and invented trees. Man loved the birds and invented cages.)