265. Nepalese Temple and Peepul Tree, with Blue Pigeons bathing,

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The Peepul, a kind of fig (Ficus religiosa, Linn.), and the pigeon (Columba livida) are both sacred to the Hindoos. It is the skeleton leaves of the Peepul on which Chinese Buddhists paint flowers. See 315.

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Media ID 4569841

Date: 15th March 1969

Filename: MN_265-004440LA090604_00015.jpg

Image Size: 7920 x 5796 Pixels

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

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