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Definition of pipal tree

pipal tree
Peepul tree Pee"pul tree` [Hind. p[=i]pal, Skr. pippala.] (Bot.) A sacred tree (Ficus religiosa) of the Buddhists, a kind of fig tree which attains great size and venerable age. See Bo tree. [Written also pippul tree, and pipal tree.]
Pipal tree
Pipal tree Pi"pal tree` Same as Peepul tree.

Meaning of pipal tree from wikipedia

- It is also known as the bodhi tree, pippala tree, peepul tree, peepal tree, pipal tree,[citation needed] or ashvattha tree (in India and Nepal). The sacred...
- Under the Pipal Tree is the debut studio album by ****anese post-rock band Mono. It was released on November 11, 2001 on Tzadik Records. In 2016, Under...
- and America continuously, and released two studio albums, Under the Pipal Tree (2001) and One Step More and You Die (2002) on the Tzadik Records and...
- tree, as there are numerous stems of apparently different trees clustered together. The tree must have been renewed frequently, as the present Pipal is...
- High School, Mohiuddin Nagar There is famous ~ more than 200 years old pipal tree situated in middle market near post office. There is a small temple which...
- However Ashoka was profoundly grieved when he discovered that the sacred pipal tree was not properly being taken care of and dying out due to the neglect...
- right, a figure with large horns and bangles on both arms stands in a pipal tree; it is generally agreed this represents a deity. Another figure kneels...
- arrows and asked to prove his capabilities by targeting all leaves of a Pipal tree(having uncountable leaves) with just one arrow and placed one leaf under...
- similar conical tunic-wearing men holding two bulls by their tails under a pipal tree shown in an Indus-like mirror symmetry. A mother goddess figurine from...
- sculpted throne with reliefs showing people holding chauris (fans), a Pipal tree, elephants, and lions in an attacking pose. On one side of the statue...