To the north of the bodhi-tree is the place where Buddha walked up and down, about 70 paces or so long.
bodhi-tree, the tree at Buddha-Gaya, species ficus religiosa.
In the middle of the enclosure is the bodhi-tree, under which is the diamond throne called Bodhi-maṇḍa.
In old days, when Buddha was alive, the bodhi-tree—which is a Pippala or sacred fig-tree—was several hundred feet high.
In the precincts is always to be found a bodhi-tree (Bo-tree, p. 519), if the climate and soil will admit of its being reared.
Towards evening he walks to the bodhi-tree and meets a grass-cutter who offers him grass to make a seat.
On the other hand, in the edicts of king Aṡoka veneration for the bodhi-tree alone is enjoined.
In India each Buddha was associated with his own bodhi-tree or tree of wisdom.