Bael Leaf Flower Wallpaper
Product Description & Information
The Bael Tree or Aegle Marmelos, Golden Apple or Bengal Quince is native to the Indian sub-continent. The tree is sacred both culturally and spiritually in Hindu religion. The speciality of the Bael tree is that it can be grown in places and in condition which is not suitable for other shrubs and trees.
The leaves are trifoliate with a tapering or pointed tip and a rounded base. In Hindu mythology, the leaf symbolises the holy trinity (Bramha, Vishnu and Mahesh i.e. Shiva). It also symbolises Shiva's third eye and sometimes also trident of Lord Shiva.
The leaves are used in the prayer and worship of Lord Shiva and the tree is found in Lord Shiva’s temples. It is believed that Bael trees are a form of Goddess Sati/Parvati (wife of Lord Shiva).
This wallpaper print seeks to capture the divine and sacred form of the Bael leaf and the star shaped white-coloured fragrance rich flowers.
The print comes in 4 different colourways as shown.
Width: 52 cm (20.47 in).
Roll Length: 10 m (10.94 yd).
Repeat: 70 cm (27.55 in) (Straight) - Please read our wallpaper hanging guide on how to hang this wallpaper.
Digitally Printed in the UK on FSC compliant non-woven paper.
Price is Per Roll (52 cm wide) exclusive of VAT (as may be applicable).
Lead Time: 3-4 Weeks if not in stock.
Where possible, our wallpaper designs can also be customised to print on a 52 cm, 70 cm or 140 cm wide non-woven substrate. Rescaling/Sampling fees might apply as appropriate.
Samples come in an A4 (11″ x 8.5″) size.
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