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The Budha Jayanti Park was built to commemorate the 2500th birth anniversary of the Buddha, with a gilded Buddha statue in a pavilion set on an artificial island.
The Budha Jayanti Park was built to commemorate the 2500th birth anniversary of the Buddha, with a gilded Buddha statue in a pavilion set on an artificial island. The landscaped gardens have beautiful flowering plants and fountains in rugged terrain. The highlight is a transplant grown from a sapling that was cut from the Bodhi Tree in Sri Lanka, which in turn was grown from a sapling from the original Bodh Gaya tree that was taken to Sri Lanka by Emperor Asoka's daughter Sanghamitra.
Vandemataram Marg, Central Ridge Reserve Forest, New Delhi, Delhi 110021, India
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