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peepul

(pē`pəl): see bo treebo tree
or pipal
, fig tree (Ficus religiosa) of India held sacred by the Buddhists, who believe that Gautama received enlightenment under a bo tree at Bodh Gaya. A slip of this tree was planted at Anuradhapura to become one of the oldest known trees.
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They are not looking at disruption or innovation but growth," says Vudayagiri of Peepul Capital.
I hate the 'peepul'; I have become clearly un-American."
On the South Indian coast In eighth century heat Tiruvalla copper plate Marked the morning hour Before the sea clamored And the shadow of the body Lay twelve feet longer Than Sita herself, Littoral burning With sacred fires--passage To a kingdom beyond The peepul trees.
FAIR do's - some peepul dwn arf pull jibs when they yur us talkin' tidy, like.
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I hate the 'peepul;' I have become clearly un-American." America was unworthy of him.
The Samar, Samadi, the Vad (Banyan) the peepul and the mango trees are worshipped by the Rani Paraj people along with a stone cave known as Goval dev (the god of the cowherds).
Besides, centuries old trees of different species including Date Palm, Kau, Phulai, Banyan, Mango and Peepul would also be protected under the same project.
Yellamma was carried out of the temple, and a young man beating a frame drum led the small procession into the center of the village where she was set down under a Peepul tree (ficus religiosa) on top of old saris spread carefully over the ground.