By Royale Touche
Tulsi is not only a revered plant in India but also has several medicinal properties.
Also known as "Pothos," it's a common choice for Indian households. Thrives in a variety of light conditions, from low to bright indirect light.
Tolerates a wide range of light conditions, making it suitable for Indian homes. Excellent air purifier and low-maintenance.
Aloe vera is well-suited for the Indian climate and has several medicinal uses. Requires bright, indirect sunlight and infrequent watering.
A good choice for improving indoor air quality. Prefers moderate, indirect light, which is often available in Indian homes.
Known for its hardiness and ability to thrive in low light conditions. Requires very little water.
Ajwain is a fragrant herb commonly used in Indian cooking. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight.
Well-suited for Indian homes due to its ability to thrive in bright, indirect light. Helps improve air quality.
The fragrant flowers of the Jasmine plant make it a popular choice. Requires bright light and can be placed near a sunny window.
Perfect for adding fresh curry leaves to your Indian dishes. Needs plenty of sunlight, so consider placing it in a sunny spot.