At the beautiful St. Paul’s Chuch, near the Victoria Memorial in downtown Calcutta, this tree spreads out grandly in the corner of the garden.
Across from the Pondicherry railstationt the Sacred Heart Church, this tree grows on the edge of the grotto-cave, next to a Jesus statue.
This rain tree can be found in the corner of the rice fields of the “other side”, where every morning the rock climbing boulderers go out to practice their gravity-defying yoga.
At the Bom Jesus Basilica in Old Goa, two giant Rain Trees rival the huge Portuguese cathedral for sheer size.
Behind the courthouse in the coastal town of Calicut/Kohzikode, an rain tree spreads wide over the bustling activities of the lawyers below.
A Central American Rain Tree offers a fantastic canopy in the very pulsing heart of Mumbai, shading the steps of the Modern Art musuem. Someone has spraypainted an advertisment for “Bean Bags”