Ficus Religiosa or Sacred fig is a Species of fig Native to the Indian Subcontinent  And Indochina That Belongs to Morceau, the fig or Mulberry Family. It is also known as the bodhi tree, Preepal Tree, Peepul tree,  Peepal tree or Ashwattha tree (in India and Nepal). The Sacred fig is Considered to have a Religious Significance in Three Major Religions that Originated on the Indian Subcontinent, Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Hindu and Jain Ascetics Consider the Tree to be Sacred and Often Meditate under them and this is the tree under which Gautama Buddha is believed to have Attained Enlightenment. Sacred fig is Designated as the state Tree of the Indian state of Odisha.