Mogra, popularly known as Jasminum sambac a variant of the jasmine flower native to South and Southeast Asia is usually knotted in a sting and usually worn by women on their hair. It is a symbol of a woman who is happily married. Usually widowed or divorced women wearing flowers on their hair is frowned down upon. (Not so much in modern India though, the practice is still quite rampant in the rural regions of the country.) In this collage, you can see separated and cleaned heaps of picked flowers, the process in which they get weaved, and the finished product. Hope you enjoy the pictures!