The Peace Pagoda worked by the Kalinga Nippon Budha Sangha in 1973 and known as Shanti Stupa celebrates the shift in perspective of Emperor. Ashoka had an exceptional soft spot for Dhauli, where the fight was battled. The Daya stream is said to have become red with the blood of the many perished later the fight, and empowered Ashoka to understand the greatness of loathsomeness related with war. He made sure that Dhauli turned into a significant focus of Buddhist exercises. He fabricated a few chaityas, stupas and columns there. He got houses uncovered for the hermit, guidelines recorded for authorities, clarified the primary standards of dandaniti for the general population, given extraordinary status to his new realm including the stupas at Dhauli.
There are two sanctuaries at Dhauli. One of Vairangeswar Mahadev and Dhabaleswar Mahadev. The decrees of Emperor Achok are recorded in prakrit language in bhramin script on the stone of Dhauli on the Southeast end.