Bel Patra - Green


INR 250

INR 400

INR 675

INR 5,950


Bel Patra Benefits
Bel Patra, called Bilva Patra is a trifoliate leaf used in worship of various Gods and Goddesses, especially God Shiva. The tree is called wood apple and its fruits are also used as divine offerings to Lord Shiva. As per the Puranas and Vedas, Bel Patra has immense religious significance. The leaves contain a significant amount of sattva component that absorb and emit sattvic frequencies disabling the raja-Tama particles in the atmosphere.

The trifoliate leaf signifies the three eyes of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh. These three eyes, or Shaktis, are associated with decision-making, action, and knowledge. Also offering the leaf on the lingam is considered equivalent to surrender of Rajas, Tamas and Sattva gunas to God. The Bel Patra tree is also considered auspicious in Jainism. Parshavantha, the 23rd Tirthankara, is thought to have attained nirvana under this tree.

We select unbroken complete leaves for your puja ritual and includes several extra leaves. Please select only one set of 108 leaves, so that the parcel reaches without custom delay.

Refund policy for fresh items: If order is delayed in customs and the fresh items get stale/spoilt, we will give you refund of the product value and not of the courier charges.

Significance of Sri Lakshmi and the Bilva:
  • Lakshmyaascha stana utpannam Mahaadeva sadaa priyam
  • Bilva vriksham prayachchhaami eka bilvam Shivaarpanam.
  • Darshanam bilva vrikshasya sparshanam paapanaashanam
  • Aghorapaapasamhaaram eka bilvam shivarpanam.

  • Translation:
    Born from the breasts of Goddess Lakshmi, the Bilva tree is ever dear to Mahadeva. So I ask this tree to offer a Bel Patra to Lord Shiva. To have darshan of the Bilva tree, and to touch it, frees one from sin. The most terrible karma is destroyed when a Bilva Patra leaves is offered to Lord Shiva. Sri Bilvastakam (v. 6-7).

    About Bel Patra or Bilva Patra leaves
    The flowers and leaves offered to God and Goddesses as per Hindu puja rituals have individual meanings and significance. As per Shiva Purana, Bel Patra leaves is one of the six compulsory things to worship of Lord Shiva. The auspicious Bel Patra leaves are from the Bel tree, which is found widely in India. Bel Patra is one of the favorites of Lord Shiva, which is said to please Him. The primary Bilva Patra used in the worship of Shiva Lingam especially in a trifoliate (three Biva Patra leaves on a stalk) form, symbolizes Trikaal or the Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh and also the Trinetra which means the three eyes of Lord Shiva. Once when Lord Brahmaji was asked about the easiest method to please Lord Shiva, He replied that for Lord Shiva, 100 lotus flowers are equal to1 Neelkamal and 1000 Nilkamal are equal to 1 Bel Patra leaves. Thus, Bilva Patra is the easiest way to worship and please Lord Shiva.

    Both the fruit of Bel tree and the Bilva leaves benefits to include medicinal quality and so its medicinal uses have been utilized by people since ancient times. Bel Patra powder benefits include the healing properties of serving as an antibacterial and antifungal medicine.