Dhauli Hills - 8 km south of the present Bhubaneswar, over the Daya stream, Dhauli has significant decrees of Ashoka engraved on a mass of shake. It is ventured to be the zone of the bleeding clash of Kalinga, won by the Mauryan head Ashoka in 265 BC. In spite of the fact that he vanquished, yet the revulsions of having killed more than 150,000 individuals and the hopelessness it delivered on the general population filled Ashoka with regret and realized a sudden difference in heart. He surrendered his desire of burrow vijaya (military triumph) for dharma-vijay (otherworldly success).
The immense Mauryan ruler revoked the way of viciousness to grasp Buddhism and advertised his new proverbs in shake orders, introduced in various parts around the domain. One of these is here at the base of Dhauli slopes, in which he broadcasts, 'All men are my kids', and communicates his worry to guarantee fair-mindedly, peacefulness, equity and empathy, an engraving in old brahmi content. The highest point of the stone is etched into a forcing elephant's head, which is identified with the fantasy the Buddha's mom saw of the Buddha sliding to her womb as an elephant. At Dhauli he constructed a few chaityas, stupas and columns. This is said to be the soonest shake cut structure in India. Nonetheless, today the more went to site is, Vishwa Shanti Stupa, Peace Pagoda, at the highest point of Dhauli Hill, worked by Indo Japanese coordinated effort in 1972, remaining as a monstrous arch with lotus petals as its crown. The five chhatris (umbrellas) put on its leveled top speak to five critical parts of Buddhism. This sparkling white twofold story structure remains on a stage with two doors with flights of steps. The stupa, from its birthplace develops as the focal point of love.