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Located in a somewhat obscure park on the way to Dhauli, this Ashokan Rock Edict was a worthwhile visit, specially for a lover of History like myself. It is one of the major Rock Edicts of Asoka where the famous "All people are my children"...More
This place is in a small park on the way to Dhauligiri/ Santhi stupa and at the start of the hills. Being on roadside, vehicle may be parked on a side of the road and enter the park area to see these rocks. No entry...More
I visited here couple of weeks back, why you may ask, because it says "Ashokan". But anyways there was nothing much of a significance of this place. Its definitely very well maintained, clean and tidy and open for all without any entry fee. The view...More
This is one of the few ancient Ashoka rock edicts, situated at about a 30 minute drive from the old city of Bhubaneswar. The inscriptions are done on a huge piece of rock from which an elephants body has been carved out.. the head of...More
these are rock edicts which are made when ashoka took a vow of non violence..the edicts are written on a single rock which are covered in a covered in a glass structure. there is also an elephant carving atop this rock. there is a signboard...More
This is the most attractive monument that the state posses. Though people tend to oversee it as they all get attracted to the huge Dhauli's Stupa, but infact its this Edict which is historical more important than the Stupa itself.
One would get the Rock...More