It's significance ascends as it is the main Ashoka's Rock proclamation situated in North India. Kalsi is a residential area situated in the middle of Chakrata and Dehradun close Dakpatthar on the banks of Yamuna stream. Kalsi town is known for its legacy significance. Acclaimed Mauryan Emperor, Ashoka's engravings as shake proclamations is available in Kalsi. The dialect utilized as a part of these decrees is Pali.
Ashoka proclamation in Kalsi scripted the altruistic approach after the war, when Ashoka assimilate Buddhism. Kalsi's Ashoka Edict mirrors the approaches for the sense of duty regarding peacefulness and limitation of war. This current Ashoka's Edicts was worked in 450 BC and a quartz stone of 10 ft long and 8 ft broadness is utilized for the content. Presently Kalsi's Ashoka Edict is saved under the Archeological Department of India.