Honey is one of India’s most treasured cultural commodities.
In India, the annual harvest of the flower is considered sacred and is regarded as sacred land.
It is said that there is a special ceremony at the end of the harvest when the bees return to the hive, where they are ceremonially rewarded for their work.
This year, the state of Kerala, in South India, has commissioned a project that is intended to celebrate the season with a unique floral garden in the heart of the city of Kochi.
The garden, which will feature a variety of flower arrangements, will be made of more than 1,000 plants and will include a honeyed flower.
A new project called ‘Holly Garden’ is being launched by Kerala State Agriculture and Forestry Department (KSEF), and is aimed at creating awareness among the people in Kerala about the beautiful flower.
According to KSEF director general Anil Bhattacharya, this year’s theme will be a celebration of the festival of ‘Kochi’, the year in which the state celebrates the birthday of Goddess Kalyani.
“Kerala is a part of the country, and it’s very important that Kerala is known and appreciated,” Bhattampati told AFP.
“We want to highlight Kerala as the state where the honeyed flowers are grown, and the honey is the most important element of this celebration.”
Bhattachari said that the flower arrangement will be based on a traditional Kerala wedding and the state has always celebrated its birthday with a honey celebration.
“The flowers will be decorated with different floral designs, and there will be an array of different flowers to choose from,” he added.
Kerala State Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that Kerala’s honey is considered a sacred element of Kerala and is a symbol of the Hindu gods.
He said that he hoped that this garden would encourage people to take pride in the festival.
“It is a celebration that celebrates the festival that Kerala celebrates.
The honeyed roses are seen as symbols of the gods, which means they are also sacred in Kerala,” Chandy said in an interview with CNN-IBN.
Kochibai, the largest district in the state, was among the states that have declared this year the ‘Halloween’ festival to celebrate its birthday, and this year is also expected to mark the 70th anniversary of Kerala’s independence.
The festival is celebrated by people from different sections of society, including members of the local community.
It also attracts some of the world’s most beautiful flowers.