Media in category" Flowers of Bangladesh" The following 200 files are in this category, out of 235 total. (previous page) () Seasonal Flowers of Bangladesh.
The Sheoli flower is the flower of autumn. Sheoli size is small but its white color looks very charming. Marigold is the flower of winter season. Water Lily shapla: National flower of Bangladesh Water Lily shapla an aquatic plant of the genus Nymphaea which has In Bangladesh we can see very often and almost everywhere mainly four colors of water lilies or Shapla.
They are white, pink, red and light blue in color. The white water lily or Sada Shapla is the national flower of Bangladesh. Essays; General Knowledge; or any similar topic specifically for you. Do Not Waste Your Time. HIRE WRITER. Mr. Altamas Kabir The National flower of india: Lotus The Chief Indian Air Force: Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne Indias first woman Foreign Secretary: Chokila Iyer A famous British poet known as Bard of Avon: William National Flower The Shapla (Nymphaea nouchali) is the national flower of Bangladesh.
Nymphaea nouchali is considered a medicinal plant in Indian Ayurvedic medicine under the name Ambal; it was mainly used to treat indigestion. The National Parliament (shawngshod bhawbon) is an architectural wonder. Designed by the famous American architect Louis Kahn, this is the seat of the government. The Water Lily (shapla) is the national flower of Bangladesh.
The water lily is representative of the many rivers that run through Bangladesh. Know about historical and religious roots of national flowers of nations like USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, UK and more For detailed information and pictures of each country's national flower, click on the country name. You can also find the symbolism or the meaning of flowers. Bangladesh adopted the flower in 1971. Barbados Pride of Bangladesh has several official national symbols including a historic document, a flag, an emblem, an anthem, memorial towers as well as several national heroes.
There are also several other symbols including the national animal, bird, flower and tree.