At seven hundred stairs on a staircase of a thousand, Mysore’s Chamundi Hill, a large Nandi Bull statue offers a convenient break point, and a rain tree offers a small bit of shade.
The endmost, and largest, rain tree at the Sultan’s Palace in Mysore
Melagres Church is a landmark in the center of Mangalore, and this rain tree is prominent on its right side
A payphone is attached to this peepal tree at the railstation
A colossal rain tree-possibly two fused individuals- near Bangalore Central Mall, supposedly the centerpoint of Bangalore.
This rain tree above the coracle landing can remind us that Vijaynagar- now a modest tourist town- used to be a fabulously wealthy city, with riches cascading like rain.
At Aga Khan, a memorial to Gandhi’s life and influence is an important feature at an estate where he was once imprisoned.
Just behind the Hanging Gardens at Malabar Hill, this sprawling rain tree has a cave in its trunk, and serving as a small shrine.
At the Queen Victoria Garden, this rain tree exhibits an amazing crown spread, dominating the center of the park like no other tree.
This is perhaps the largest Rain Tree in Kochin, and is reverently named the Grandfather.This tree is part of the Fort Cochin Tree Trail.