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  1. Just now I am humming a song starts "Gulmohar Malare(flower in Tamil)".. Here the flower is.. :) Dejavu for me! excellent pics

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    1. Thank you very much :) I am glad that you liked the pics :)

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  2. Love those images Deepa! Nice clicks!

    Hey, they are caesalpinia flowers... Yes, gulmohar and this plant have many similarities...

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    1. Thanks a lot Sindhu :) and yes I googled the name you gave and you are correct. These are caesalpinia flowers very much similar to Gulmohar. the wikipedia page still shows this flower image as gulmohar. :-) I was initially surprised as red gulmohar is generally found in end of summer season / rainy season. But then I thought , may be I was wrong about its time. I am really impressed about your knowledge in Botany (o) (h)

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    2. I get to learn so many things from you, Thanks :)

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  3. Nice color red and green.

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  4. Nice one we would play with this flowers

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    1. Thank you very much Gowtham :)

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  5. Nice Flower, Good shots

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  6. How beautiful Deepa! I love Gulmohar and its vibrant colors :) This actually brought back childhood memories :)

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    1. Thank you very much Pallavi :) I am glad to hear this :)

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  7. Interesting...I always thought Gulmohars are pink or voiletish in colors. Nice clicks!

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    1. Thank you very much :) I think Gulmohar comes in Red (rainy season) and yellow colors (winter/summer season)..

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  8. Beautiful shots of flower.

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  9. Nice clicks, i jus love the last one very much...

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    1. Thank you very much Bhawya :)

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  10. Love Gulmohar! It's such a happy and pretty tree!
    Always reminds me of the song - Gulmohar gar tumhaara naam hota... :)

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    1. it is a nice song :) Indeed pretty tree :) Thanks :)

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  11. Cool pictures. There was a big gulmohar tree in our school. We used to play a game with those flowers and buds :)

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    1. Thank you very much Nevin :) Even we used to play with Gulmohar flowers, I miss those days.

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  12. Beautiful captures.

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    1. Thank you very much Indrani :)

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  13. How bright and lovely!

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  14. Deepa bright lovely flowers:)

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    1. Thank you very much Prasanna :)

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  16. Nice clicks..refreshing pictures :-)

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    1. Thank you very much Maniparna :)

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