Sunflowers are not native to India and are rarely seen unless one goes to cultivated fields. They are most used to extract sunflower oil which is popular in India as a cooking oil.
This is a sunflower field near Nashik, also spelled Nasik.
In these photographs the sunflowers look a little droopy as if unable to bear the hot sun. Scraggly too with very few petals.
The rest are close-ups of a large sunflower. This particular flower is bending down, almost shyly.
This is a view and close-up of a sunflower from the side.
Related Photographs: Photographs of Yellow Flowers
Unusual Hibiscus or try the label "Flowers"
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