Alas, this is not so in India. In April-May, Delhi witnesses Amaltas and Gulmohar in full bloom. They look so beautiful and are so easily available to see. But hardly anyone pays any attention to them. They last much longer than Sakura, but their wait for attention goes in vain. People hardly flock to parks and gardens to see Amaltas and Gulmohar blooming in their full glory.
Amaltas is still in full bloom in Delhi, but Gulmohar has started vanishing. The number of flowers on Gulmohar trees has dwindled and very soon, they will vanish only to return next year. It saddens me to see that no one is bothered.