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'Mano Ya Na Mano' to telecast actress Bhumika Chawla exploring Flower Therapy on Star One on 19 January

MUMBAI: Did you know that flowers not only look good and smell good, but also have remarkable healing properties. In the latest episode of Mano Ya Na Mano being telecast on Star One on Friday, January 19 at 11 p.m., noted actress Bhumika Chawla explores the exotic world of Flower Therapy and discovers not only the flower essence that can help her hair grow, but also the way a unique doctor couple Dr.Atul and Rupa Shah are using flower essences to cure their patients, some of them suffering from incurable diseases.

Dr. Atul and Rupa Shah who have researched and compiled a unique list of Indian flowers and their healing properties say that the Ashoka flower helps overcome grief and is hence grown around graves. The Parijaat flower is for Sadness and is grown around graves.

The Lotus represents purity, and is offered to Goddess Laxmi for Prosperity. It is therefore a Spiritual enhancer. The Jasmine flower is known for being a sexual enhancer and is used as Gajra, veni, and garlands for weddings.

Rajnigandha and Raat rani are also used for the same purpose. The Temple tree has a great fragrance and is used as a crown worn during wedding decorations, symbolising love, partnership and harmony.

Marigold flowers and tulsi flowers help ward off evil.

Bougainvillea is used in fencing as it offers protection.

The Peepal tree is a tree of wisdom and meditation and helps enhance spiritual learning.

Banyan tree is good for business transactions and wisdom related to money matters and in general life.

Flower Therapy is a complimentary therapy like many others but one should not confuse it with Aromatherapy.

In an intimate tete-a-tete with Bhumika Chawla they also reveal the unusual way in which they collect the flower essence without plucking or destroying the flower. They have devised a special instrument for collecting flower essences from forests and mountains without having to destroy the flower. In Mano Ya Na Mano Bhumika Chawla goes through a process of self-analysis and discovers fascinating facts about flower essences, a little-known aspect of India's healing tradition, from India's pioneering doctor couple.

Bhumika Chawla says," I have seen this kind of use of flower essences to treat people for the first time ever. It is hard to believe that a flower essence could even heal broken bones after an accident but I actually met the person who was healed, and that to in much quicker time then through conventional medicine. For me it was really Mano Ya Na Mano!"

In another segment of this episode of Mano Ya Na Mano, Producer and Director Siddharth Kak visits a forest and mountains in distant Philippines to explore the mystery behind the amazing Mummies of Kabayan and the strange curse that is visited upon the people if the mummies are disturbed in their remote caves in the high mountains. He discovers the unbelievable secret of the Mummies that has been hidden from the world. The tribal community of Kabayan is the only one in the world that begins the process of mummification even before the person has died!

Siddharth Kak says," I was astounded to see the amazing rituals of the tribals to avoid the curse of the Mummies. I had to climb almost a kilometre straight up a steep hill before I could reach the remote cave in which the Mummies were kept. They were all in a crouching position because they were mummified sitting on a chair that was kept in the centre of the tribal families home. I can never forget the experience."

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