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“The peepal is a type of banyan fig tree, known in Buddhism as the bodhi tree.”
“They were referring to a 'peepal' tree that was "mercilessly chopped overnight" for the benefit of metro construction some time back.”
“It uses elements from Indian iconography such as peepal leaves, peacock feathers and lotuses, embroidered with see through net, available in black, plum and cream.”
“There is a peepal tree still alive here that is famed to have been planted by Vidur himself.”
“Another Aswath Katte, This is another peepal tree nearby under which people make these idol offerings with some wish and they come every year to do a pooja here.”
“The book opens with Krishna lying on his death-bed beneath the peepal tree beside Trivenisangam river, where he relives his entire life-span after witnessing the destruction of the Yadava dynasty.”
“The paint had begun to blacken in patches, and she could see a little peepal begin to send out its leaves from a crack in the upper floor, near the parapet she had leaned over so many times to look out at the ruins.”
“From cracks and crevices in the walls, sturdy little peepal trees had begun to send out leaf and stalk.”
“Poor Ash, after staying awake an entire night for a series of poojas, which generated lots of good vibes, smoke and ash, it is rumoured that she may have to marry a peepal tree in Varanasi, to overcome her Manglik status Chevvai dosham in South India before she can marry Abhishek.”
“He was squatting down by a big peepal tree, with his sabre driven into the trunk just above the ground, and his finger on the foible of the blade.”
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