This tulsi plant grows at the Hindu temple that is ironically placed at the location where the Emperor Ashoka, more than 2,000 years ago, rejected Hinduism and adopted Buddhism, ushering in a reign stiill remembered for its wisdom
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For the landmarked tree named Dhauli Tulsi , the database reference code is: p003.
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