Frangipani found in India, has a smell of citrus to start with, which resembles faintly the unusual scent of pomelo blossoms. The Frangipani Oil, is in great demand for its wonderful usage in massage & aroma therapies.
Frangipani - These are now common naturalized plants in southern and southeastern Asia. They are associated with temples in both Hindu and Buddhist cultures.
In several Pacific islands, such as Tahiti, Fiji, Hawaii, New Zealand, Tonga and the Cook Islands Plumeria (Frangipani) is used for making leis. In modern Polynesian culture, it can be worn by women to indicate their relationship status - over the right ear if seeking a relationship, and over the left if taken.