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A sacred plant is

A

Ocimum basilicum

B

Ficus bengalensis

C

Prosopis cineraria

D

Aloe vera

Answer

Some plants are used for sacred and ceremonial purposes and are known as sacred plants. 'Prosopis cineraria' known as Jammi, Shami, Khejri Tree, or Ghaf, is a species of flowering tree belonging to the pea family, Fabaceae. Shami is important in the Hindus and is worshipped as part of Dasara festival. The importance lies during the tenth day of the Dasara Festival when it is worshipped in various parts of India. So, the correct answer is 'Prosopis cineraria'.

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