Xewali is a common name in Assamese households for the flower, which is also known as shiuli in Bengali and parijat in Hindi. The flower blooms around late autumn during the time of Durga Puja. In Assam, the xewali is as much a delicacy as it is an ornamental flower. The motifs are hand embroidered by the cluster of Assamese workmen. Once framed, it will surely enhance the look to the home. Its tactile and decorative qualities add texture and warmth to a home. You can select the frame of your choice and pair both the sizes of wall art design or hang it singly on the wall behind the bed or a sofa or entryway console.