Category:Bodhi trees

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English: Bodhi trees are a sacred symbol and pilgrimage sites in Buddhism.
  • The original Bodhi Tree, an ancient Ficus religiosa, is located in Bodh Gaya, in India. Various saplings and clones from it grow around the world, as Bodhi trees.
  • The tree's inverted heart-shaped leaf is depicted in Buddhist sculpture as a symbol of the Buddha.


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