You had sent a query few days back for similar looking flower.
[efloraofindia:78188] This flower also looks same.
Since you come from Western ghats I would like to tell you a general observation.
and Habenaria rariflora
flowers look very similar and even a hard core taxonomist also woudn't dare to ID between the two without looking at the leaves.
I just typed the word 'grandifloriformis' in my search mail window. I received some 11 odd mails as follows.
11July Prashant [efloraofindia:40891]
14 July Ajinkya [efloraofindia:43129]
18Jul Prashant [efloraofindia:43131]
10Aug Anantnarayan [efloraofindia:43972]
22Sep Bhatt Swetta [efloraofindia:47965]
20Jul Neil Soares [efloraofindia:74579]
8Aug Chaitanya Rajarshi [efloraofindia:76360]
24 Jul Rohit Chakravarty [efloraofindia:80214]
Most of these Habenaria grandifloriformis
were observed in Jun Jul i.e.Ashadh that's why it is called as Ashadh amari
आषाढ अमरी which is much much more common than Habenaria rariflora
which must be uncommon as I have yet to see this. Out of the above only the plant posted by Rohit Chakravarty is H.rariflora
. If you have leaves it can be easily distinguished.
Dr Satish Phadke