Jasmine Grandilflorum, Chameli or Yasmin is native to Tropical and humid mild regions and cultivated in France, China, Japan and India. It is a large scuttled semi-erect twisted evergreen shrub, which can reach up to the height of 15m shrub. It has both the deciduous and evergreen species. The leaves are alternating, plain, trifoliate or pinnate. Flowers are of white and yellow in color and are cymose clustered from 3 to 6. Fruit is a berry, separated from the capsules and encompass 2 seeds. The main exquisiteness and uniqueness of jasmine is its fragrance, which cannot be imitated by any present synthetic aromatic chemical.