HIMALAYAN LOTUS THE DIVINE
Airy. Revitalizing. Captivating.
Himalayan Lotus known as Brahma kamal in Sanskrit is named after Lord Brahma, the Hindu God of Creation. This flower, called the King of Himalayan flowers, flourishes at the height of 3000 to 5000 meters. It blooms only one night in a year somewhere between July and September. According to Hindu mythology Brahma kamal has mystical and divine powers. The harbinger of luck and prosperity, a symbol of things sacred and auspicious, this pure white flower is endowed with a lovely fragrance to help pollinators locate the blossoms by moon light. A dreamy elixir of a scent with mystical sweet and ethereal notes can transport the spirit to places unknown, where it can dwell for a fleeting moment, finding comfort and knowing.