Winter flowers to fill the senses
Hindustan Times Delhi|November 02, 2021
Ode to a tree currently in bloom across the Capital

Winter is here. Those feeling homesick for the golden-yellow flowers of the amaltas must resign themselves to a long wait for the tree’s summertime bloom. Some interim relief will however arrive in the brief spring with the red seal flowers.

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