Amaryllidaceae member ?- Manali

 
 
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Photographed from Manali, perhaps a member of Zingiberaceae. Please help in ID
I not think it is a ginger, may be some other monocot
It looks like a grass. and also check Ophiopogon intermedius
Ophipogon intermedius flower does not protrude that far, is clumped near the base and is always white.
This is not a grass, but one of the garden lilies.
 
 
 
 
 
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