Pushpanjali (An Offering of Flowers) is a 1970 Hindi, romantic drama film, produced and directed by Kishore Sahu. The film was made under the "Kishore Sahu Productions" banner. The story, screenplay and dialogues were by Kishore Sahu. Laxmikant Pyarelal composed the music for the film, with lyrics written by Anand Bakshi. Sanjay Khan, Naina Sahu, Kishore Sahu, Premnath, Faryal, Manmohan Krishan, Lalita Pawar and Om Prakash were the main star cast of the film.


Dinesh Khanna (Sanjay Khan), discovers his son has brain cancer. The shock kills his wife, Lata (Faryal). Dinesh takes his son, Pappu (Shahid), and his faithful cook Maharaj (Manmohan Krishan) to an island, where they meet several characters who are after Rani Sahiba's (Lalita Pawar) diamond necklace. Dinesh and Pappu also get to know Menaka (Naina Sahu), who starts caring for Pappu. When Pappu has a seizure, a doctor is flown down to the island with the help of one of the kind-hearted crooked characters (Om Prakash). The doctor suggests an operation, but cannot give surety of Pappu surviving the ordeal. A dis-heartened Dinesh refuses the operation for Pappu and takes him to a temple. Pappu recovers miraculously and offers flowers (pushpanjali) at the idol of Shiva as a thanksgiving. Dinesh leaves the island with Pappu and Menaka.