Edited By: Pragati Bhandari

Japan Cherry Blossom (Sakura) Symbolizing renewal and the fleeting nature of life, the cherry blossom is a cherished symbol in Japanese culture.

India: Lotus The lotus represents purity, enlightenment, and rebirth in Hinduism and Buddhism, and it holds cultural and religious significance in India.

Mexico: Dahlia  The dahlia is the national flower of Mexico, representing national pride and the diverse and vibrant culture of the country.

South Korea Mugunghwa (Rose of Sharon This hibiscus flower is a symbol of the Korean people's enduring spirit, as it continues to bloom even in harsh conditions.

Australia: Golden Wattle The golden wattle is Australia's national floral emblem, representing unity and resilience.

Thailand Ratchaphruek (Cassia Fistula) Also known as the "Golden Shower Tree," this flower is revered in Thailand and symbolizes the Thai monarchy.

Netherlands: Tulip  While not the official national flower, tulips are closely associated with the Netherlands due to their historic and cultural significance.

South Africa: King Protea The king protea stands for diversity and courage in South Africa.