If you were to start a survey in India regarding Ashoka, most people would cite the greatest ruler of ancient India. A cold-blooded conqueror at the time, he brought other peoples to their knees with great severity.
After his victory over Kalinga, he became aware of the great suffering he had brought on the population. He converted to Buddhism and
championed peacebuilding, social standards, and vegetarianism.
The wild one Ashoka Baum is today less known due to the restriction of its natural habitat and is increasingly rare.
A connoisseur immediately notices Ashoka trees in February to April because they produce bright orange flower clusters during this time, which then turn red.
From the mythological point of view, the Ashoka Baum linked to femininity and so in Ayurveda it is primarily recommended for women. According to legend, Buddha was born under an Ashoka tree.
Ashoka Means “removal of suffering” in Sanskrit.
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