Ficus Religiosa Abode of God

Ficus Religiosa is sacred in Indian tradition, and is also called the Deva tree. It is also known as Bodhi tree. In Buddhism, this is important because Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree and is revered in various cultures. At its root is Brihama, Vishnu in the middle and Lord Shiva in the back is believed to be the abode, that’s why that’s why it is worshiped. Burning or cutting of this tree is prohibited in North India, although its wood has special significance in worship.

Peepal tree provides oxygen round the clock and purifies the surrounding environment. In traditional medicine, it is beneficial in treating many types of disorders like asthma, dysentery, arthritis, boils and pimples etc. Leaves, bark, and fiber are used for fodder, dye, tanning, and milk to seal something.

Peepal trees give us shade and shelter as well as a pure atmosphere, reflecting their unique aesthetic and cultural significance. Let us pledge to revive our surroundings with peepal trees. They can be planted in every area where open areas are available. Can be placed on both sides of the national highways so that the passengers can get accommodation. My Profile…

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