•The identifications are based on my Paper ‘Kuṟiñcippāṭṭu and 99 flowers’.
•Identifications of P.L.Sami were compared with identification of Tamil Lexicon, Institute of Asian Studies, Naccinarkiniyar commentary and Identification of other scholars.
•Based on the identification images were found primarily from Flowers of India, BIOTIK, Dinesh Valke photo stream and Wikipedia.
•Other images were obtained through google image search
•Sarathy, Palaniappan Vairam ‘Kuṟiñcippāṭṭu and 99 flowers’, awaiting publication
•Sami, P.L. ‘Plant names in Kuṟiñcippāṭṭu, Journal of Tamil Studies’- September 1972, 78-103.
•Marr, J.R. ‘An Examination of Some Plant-Names and Identities in India’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, No. 1 (1972 •Sivathamby, K. ‘Early South Indian Society and Economy: The Tinai Concept, Social Scientist’, Dec., 1974, vol. 3, no. 5, p. 20-37
•Francis, Jr., ‘Peter Plants as Human Adornment in India’, Economic Botany, Vol. 38, No. 2 (Apr. – Jun., 1984)
•Seth, M. K. ‘Ornamental use Trees and Their Economic Importance’ pg 327
•Mehra, K. L. Kanodia, K. C. Srivastava, R. N. ‘Folk Uses of Plants for Adornment in India’, Economic Botany, Vol. 29, No. 1 (Jan. – Mar., 1975), pp. 39-46
•Pattuppāṭṭu. With commentary by nacciṉārkkiṉiyar, edited by U.V.Swaminathan Iyer. Tamil University,1986.
For further study on each of 99 flowers – Photo Source and Further study