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Phoolproof - Indian Flowers, Their Myths, Traditions & Usage

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When was the last time that you stopped and smelled the roses?

Flowers have always been an intrinsic part of our lives but how often do you acknowledge their presence?

After being forced to take a sabbatical because of her chronic breathing troubles, Jhelum turned to flowers for solace and to heal herself. Her blossoming connection with flowers deepened her understanding of herself and the world around her. Over the years she has learnt to recognise and respect the subtle energies of blooms with help of healing therapies like Bach Flower Rememdies and Aromatherapy.

This book is a bouquet that helps one imbibe and implement the subtle power and meaning of flowers, especially Indian flowers, in our daily life. Dip into the pages to incorporate f...Read More

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When was the last time that you stopped and smelled the roses?

Flowers have always been an intrinsic part of our lives but how often do you acknowledge their presence?

After being forced to take a sabbatical because of her chronic breathing troubles, Jhelum turned to flowers for solace and to heal herself. Her blossoming connection with flowers deepened her understanding of herself and the world around her. Over the years she has learnt to recognise and respect the subtle energies of blooms with help of healing therapies like Bach Flower Rememdies and Aromatherapy.

This book is a bouquet that helps one imbibe and implement the subtle power and meaning of flowers, especially Indian flowers, in our daily life. Dip into the pages to incorporate flowers in your living spaces, foods, beauty treatments and to even heal emotions.

Praises:

‘Jhelum takes you through the various aspects of blooms with such incantations that she casts a spell on you’ NonitaKalra, editor, Harper’s Bazaar

‘In depth and well researched and opens up many channels of healing with flowers’ Nayanika Chatterjee, supermodel‘

Jhelum has weaved in poetry with history, nostalgia and healing, and has offered such simple remedies . . . I never knew how much flowers have to offer us!’ Raima Sen, actor