Everything about the Krishna Kamal, right from its colour, fragrance, shape, vines, and leaves is simply unique and magically beautiful. Krishna Kamal is more commonly known as the Passionflower. It is identified with the botanical name Passiflora incarnata. The flower from this plant holds a very significant position in our culture. With tons of references of it in the Mahabharata, it is quite important in the Hindu religion.
There are about 100 of blue petals – one for each of the Kauravas.
5 of the yellow ones in the center – one for each of the Pandavas.
The green bulb in the center symbolizes Draupadi, the queen of Pandava,
The three filaments are for the holy trinity of Brahma-Vishnu-Shiv.
The radial in the center is the Sudarshan chakra of Lord Krishna.