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Sasanian king Bahram II offering a lotus flower to his wife
|Alternate name||Barm-e Dilak|
|Area||2 ha (4.9 acres)|
|Ownership||Mixed public and private|
Barm-e Delak (Persian: برمدلک), is a site of a Sasanian rock relief located about 10 km southeast of Shiraz, in the Pars Province of Iran. The rock relief was known as Bahram-e Dundalk in Middle Persian, which means Bahram's heart.
The site is located near a river, on the eastern side of a rocky spur. It composes four reliefs.
The first relief is a family scene done in a unique style in honor to king Bahram II. It shows the king offering a lotus flower to his wife.
- Vanden Berghe, Louis. "BARM-e DELAK". Encyclopædia Iranica. Retrieved 2013-08-15.
- Louis Vanden Berghe,  Encyclopædia Iranica
- Bruno Overlaet, Flower and fire altar: fact and fiction on the Barm-i Dilak rock reliefs, Iranica Antiqua 45, 2010, p. 337-352.