As stamen are more than 50, compared to 10 to 30 in *Nymphaea nouchali*, it 
should be *Nymphaea micrantha Perr. & Guill.* 
per images and references herein.

On Friday, August 19, 2011 at 12:18:10 PM UTC+5:30, Col Bimal Sarkar wrote:
> Dear Friend,
>                      Attaching an image of no 40 of the series.Valmiki has 
> mentioned KUBALAYA in Ramayan.The same flower has been mentioned as 
> NEELOTPALA.Scientifically this flower is known as Nymphaea nouchali.In 
> Hindi and Gujrati it is Nilkamal.It is known as Krishnakamal in Marathi.
> Regards
> Col (Retd) Bimal Sarkar
> Mobile: 9434194942

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