Emperor Ashoka has only a crown in India, but where is the king?Ashok Pillar is the national symbol of India today. The horrors of the battle of Kalinga afflict Emperor Ashoka. He later abandoned the path of war and adopted the policy of governing the empire through non-violence. He then gradually became particularly addicted to Buddhism. As a result of Ashoka's policy of non-violence, he developed a special friendship with the neighboring kingdoms and the Greeks. He does a lot of good deeds. He built roads, planted shady trees along the roadsides, and set up hospices. He was able to establish good governance in the country. Ashoka Pillar, Ashoka Chakra, or Dharma Chakra symbolizes his culture. Ashoka's Lion-faced Pillar was adopted as the national symbol of India on January 26, 1950. But surprisingly, out of this cycle, Emperor Ashoka is not worshiped or relocated in any other way in our country. I don't know the reason. You know what?