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to J.M. Garg, indiantreepix, Chithra V
This appears to be Datura as observed rightly by Chitra. Usually referred to as Datura metel, but I cannot pin the exact sps. From pix comparision in Wikipedia it could be D. inoxia, D.metel or D. wrightii., depending on deatiled characteristic. Here in S. E. Gurgaon it very commonly seen in open land all around. Attaching 2 pix taken recently by me in Gurgaon.