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Barshi; Ganesh Godse: Different trees and leaves are formed according to the seasonal cycle. Among them, a beautiful invention of nature which is intensely observed is the picture of the palm blossom, full of vibrant natural color in the dry summer depression, in Pangri district of Barshi taluka. The picture of palasa trees blooming with orange blossoms is seen everywhere.
Palas is a versatile plant and has a long lifespan. Despite its lack of shape and color, the flower attracts everyone after blooming. Palasa leaves, flowers and seeds have medicinal properties and are also used as medicine. A versatile use of palsa leaves is that patrali-drona is made from palsa leaves. Currently, these natural Patrali-Dronas are becoming extinct due to the creation of artificial Patrali-Dronas.
Phalaenopsis flowers are a source of dyes for making natural dyes. Earlier only Palasa flowers were used in Holi, Rangpanchami, festivals etc. So, for many days before Rang Panchami, the collection of these flowers, making of colors went on and the colors of the Rang Panchami festival increased. These days, this natural method is outdated as ready-made colors are available in different forms.
Palasa trees bloom with flowers 15 days earlier. Usually the flowers bloom 8-10 days before the Palasas Holi Purnima. There are instances of good rain beginning on June 3 in a year when the palus blooms well and a heavy monsoon begins. Also, the rainy season was good. This year also the auspicious sign given by nature is the same.