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Role of Flowers in Various Religions
Flowers have been celebrated for decades in different cultures for its prized beauty, captivating aroma, and other peculiar properties. Beyond the bounds, many implications and connotations have been majorly related to some specific breeds of Premium Flowers by various religious groups in and accordance to very many traditions.

Even in the contemporary world of today, the clichéd meanings have been kept in mind while using flowers for various occasions and rituals. Blossoms have also found a space in cultural artistry and paintings to add a touch of symbolism and for further adorning a piece of art.

  • Hinduism - Flowers are considered very pious in Hindu Religion. The offering of prayer to the divine Lord or what is popularly known as Puja can be simply translated into what is known as the flower act. One of the most important flowers to Hindus is lotus which majorly symbolizes beauty, youth, chastity and fertility. Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati sit atop of pink and White lotus flowers simultaneously and therefore the flower also has divine connotations. It is believed from the Bhagvat Gita (Holy Hindu Book) that every man should attain the characteristics of Lotus and dedicate his actions towards the deity by detaching oneself from the existing surrounding and being untouched by any sin just like a lotus which is rooted deep inside mud but floats above water and remains disconnected. Additionally, lotus also depicts triumph, eternity, wealth and is often said to emulate the beauty of a woman’s eye. Lotus also happens to be India’s national flower. Other than lotus, florals of Jasmine are often associated with Hindu weddings as they signify everlasting romance, attachment and sensuality between the married couple. Jasmines are a part of other Hindu rituals too. The sweet smell of jasmine is said to rejuvenate one’s mind and soul providing a calm effect and is often used in making perfumes, garlands and incense sticks. Flowers like that of marigold, hibiscus and rose are also extensively valued by Hindus at various occasions starting right from birthdays and ending in funerals. Specially, when it comes to Hindu weddings, the ceremony is completely incomplete without the usage of flowers.


  • Christianity - Christianity has been associated with the White Madonna Lilies ever since the floral was used to fill the tomb of Christian legend Virgin Mary. The White petals symbolized her spotless body and the golden stamens, her beaming inner soul. Christianity was once linked flowers to decadence and atheism. But then after the scenario has comprehensively changed. Passion flowers have principally been used to mark Christ’s agony and forfeit. Every other facet of the Passion flower has been taken into account that speaks about other innumerable aspects of Passion of Jesus Christ. Red roses have also frequently been used to represent Christ’s blood. Flowers have consistently being playing a crucial role in many Christian private events. Christian weddings, funerals, and baptisms have always witnessed the use of magnificent floral arrangements. Christian brides make use of flower head gears during their weddings and even follow the prime ritual of walking down the aisle with a bouquet of White blossoms as a token of fertility.


  • Islam - Florals typically hasn’t been featured profoundly in Islamic traditions, compare to other religions. Only few florals like that of White and red roses and jasmines are primarily used in Islamic marriage ceremonies and funerals. Generally, Muslims sprinkle rose water over new graves on the burial grounds. Arabians and Muslims have also made extensive use of roses for heavy perfume productions.


  • Buddhism - Like Hinduism, in Buddhism too florals are revered in a great manner especially Lotus. According to ethics related to Buddhism, Lotus denotes highest level of spiritual elevation attainable to an individual. Buddhists also regard Lotus as a metaphor of knowledge and is oftentimes being used in works of artistry to represent Lord Buddha.


Talking about floral linkage to religion and other notions, one can indisputably spend his or her entire lifetime pondering over the different interpretations and implications that these million hues of gorgeousness, the flowers has to offer. And, the most archetypal practice that mankind has been doing since eternity is emoting through the language of flowers or expressing one’s deep and emotional feelings through various fascinating floral arrangements.