The sacred trees of Buddhism, like the sacred fig tree (pipal) include talipot or boi.
For Buddhists Boi denotes the talipot palm leaves on which the Buddha's teachings have been written in ancient times.
Its leaflets after preparation elaborated, are easy to engrave and keeps remarkably well in tropical climates. It means in french these sheets used for writing the manuscripts of the India and countries indianises of Southeast Asia to as ole or olle since the late 17th century, Tamil meaning olei debt "leaf". Various species of Palm trees have been used by region. The leaflets were carved double-sided monks copyists using a sharp metal pen.
Tallipot (Corypha umbraculifera) is a giant Palm tree (20-25 meters) of the Arecaceae family. It belongs to the genus Corypha. It is found primarily in India (Kerala, Karnataka), Sri Lanka and tropical Asia. It blooms only once at the end of 30 to 80 years and then dies
Etymology: the term tallipot is borrowed from malay ālam tālipat hindi tālpāt, Sanskrit tālapattra "leaf Tala', composed of tāla 'Palm' and pattra"leaf"
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