The oldest and most venerable Ashoka Mast tree encountered on this project is growing in the former Danish colony of Taragumbada
At the massive Srirangam Temple in north Trichy, two small Ashok Mast Trees greet arrivals to the main gate
This small, unassuming tree, grows at the entranceway to the Rapinat Herbarium at St Joseph’s College, in Trichy, where the rainforest botanist Father Matthew contributed immensely to ithe dentification of the plants of the Indian tropical rainforests
This tree is part of the Fort Cochin Tree Trail.
A small Ashok tree framing the view off towards the hills from Jubilee Park in Jamshedpur
At the entrance to Hyderabad’s Golconda Fort, this tree grows next to the famous Clapping Portico, where the news of visitor’s arrival to the king’s fortress could be transmitted with a strong clap.
A strangely drooping Mast tree at the Flower Market in central Pune.
At Anand Bhavan, you can find this tree directing you towards the toilets.
At Sarnath Deer Park, a small Ashok tree is used as an electrical junction box.
The most prominent tree next to Gandhi’s cremation place.