Khác biệt giữa các bản “Sala”

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==Phân bố==
[[ImageHình:Sal (Shorea robusta)- new leaves with flower buds at Jayanti, Duars W Picture 120.jpg|thumbnhỏ|lefttrái| New leaves with flower buds at [[Jayanti]] in [[Buxa Tiger Reserve]] in [[Jalpaiguri]] district of [[West Bengal]], India. ]]
This tree is native to the [[Indian Subcontinent]], ranging south of the [[Himalaya]], from [[Myanmar]] in the east to [[Nepal]], [[India]] and [[Bangladesh]]. In India, it extends from [[Assam]], [[Bengal]], [[Orissa]] and [[Jharkhand]] west to the [[Shivalik Hills]] in [[Haryana]], east of the [[Yamuna]]. The range also extends through the [[Eastern Ghats]] and to the eastern [[Vindhya Range|Vindhya]] and [[Satpura Range|Satpura]] ranges of central India. It is often the dominant tree in the forests where it occurs. In [[Nepal]], it is found mostly in the [[terai]] region from east to west, especially, in the Churia range (the Shivalik Hill [[Churia Range]]) in the subtropical climate zone. There are many protected areas, such as [[Chitwan National Park]], Bardiya National Park [[Bardia National Park]], Shukla Phat National Parks, etc., where there are dense forests of huge sal trees. It is also found in the lower belt of the hilly region and inner terai.
==Tôn giáo==
[[FileTập tin:Birth of Buddha at Lumbini.jpg|thumbnhỏ|lefttrái|Queen Māyā giving birth to the Buddha]]
In [[Hindu]] tradition, the sal tree is said to be favoured by [[Vishnu]].<ref>[ Sacred trees]</ref> Its name ''shala'', ''shaal'' or ''sal'', comes from [[Sanskrit]]; other names in the Sanskrit language are ''ashvakarna'', ''chiraparna'' and ''sarja'', among many others.<ref>[ Ayurveda Shaal]</ref>

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