Vintage Barndoor Kalpavriksha Wish Fulfilling Tree Carved Reclaimed Wood
Material: reclaimed wood,wood
The Holistic Barn Door, Vintage reclaimed wood Door Panel comes from India, handmade by artisans in the old world design concepts. Kalpavriksha is a mythological, wish-fulfilling divine tree said to fulfill all desires. Seen in Hinduism, Buddhist and Judaism it is also known as the Tree of Life, World Tree, Tree of Dreams. The Kalpavriksha originated during the Samudra manthan or "churning of the ocean of milk" along with the Kamadhenu, the divine cow providing for all needs.
The Tree of Life concept is sacred to most cultures. Its significance transcends conscious reality, touching the subconscious and beyond the undefinable The tree symbol retains an unconscious link with our primeval memory . The Tree of Life not only stands for growth, abundance of life, reflecting immortality and the cyclic ebb and flow of cosmic life. The Tree of Life whose fruit restores youth to all those who partake it, the brilliantly plumed birds of paradise adorn the tree in a scene of cosmic paradise. The tree is also said to be the Milky way or the birthplace of the stars Sirius. Hand carved wall panels detailing the tree with birds of paradise, and celestial flowers. Beautiful vertical hand carved wall panel can either be hung on the wall or use as a door panel. The hand carved panel would be perfect addition to any room, meditation studio or interior decor.
Carved by artisans in reclaimed dense woods , the artistic panel can be used as a barndoor, sliding door, interior door, wall art, yoga studio door, the panel has 3 supporting woods in the back for added strength
Exterior Dimensions : 84x40X1.5 INCHES
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