Flower names in Bengali and English

Flowers are more than just beautiful blooms in Bengali culture; they are woven into the very fabric of life. From vibrant decorations during weddings to fragrant offerings in temples, flowers hold a special place in Bengali hearts. This article serves as your guide to the captivating world of Bengali flowers, providing a comprehensive list of their names and their significance in Bengali life.

Flowers names in Bengali

No.Flower ImagesEnglish NamesBengali Names
2. Oleanderকরবী
4. Tube roseরজনন্ধা
5.Water lilyহেনা
6. Jasmineবেল , জঁুই
7. Night Jasmineশেফালি
8.Bastard Teakপলাশ
9. Garlandমালা
10.Dog – roseকাঠগোলাপ
11. Lilyশালুক
12. China roseজবা
13. Screw pineকেতকী
14. Gardeniaগন্ধরাজ
15. Marigold(ঁগাদা
16.Silk cotton flowerশিমূল
17 Bakulবকুল
20. Foal footটগর
23.Star Jasmineস্টার জেসমিন
24. Night queenরজনীগন্ধা
25. Picoteeপিকোটি

Flowers Throughout the Year

Bengal experiences distinct seasons, each with its own floral charm:

  • Spring: Colorful bursts of Palash (Butea monosperma) and Shiuli (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis) mark the arrival of spring.
  • Summer: The air fills with the sweet fragrance of Radhachura (Plumeria rubra) and Kanchan (Bauhinia variegata).
  • Monsoon: The landscape transforms with the delicate beauty of Aparajita (Clitoria ternatea) and Bbonsoir (Sesbania grandiflora).
  • Autumn: The season paints the scenery with the fiery hues of Krishan Kamal (Ixora coccinea) and Sheuli (Nyctanthes arbor-tristis) blooming again.
  • Winter: The cool months bring the delicate fragrance of Gandharaj (Gardenia augusta) and the vibrant beauty of Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa).

Also Read:

Flowers Name in Nepali

Flower names in Punjabi


Learning Bengali flower names is more than just memorizing vocabulary; it’s a journey into the heart of Bengali culture. It allows you to appreciate the rich symbolism and beauty woven into the lives of Bengalis. So, delve deeper into this fascinating world, explore the seasonal blooms, and celebrate the enchanting connection between flowers and Bengali culture.

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