A tamarind tree at Ram Bagh, in Agra, where the first Mughal Gardens were first brought to India from Persia.
At the entrance to Henry’s Island, on the edge of the Sunderbans, a tamarind tree shelters the card-playing men near a bridge into the field reclaimed from the water
At the Vivekenanda Ashram near India’s southernmost point is a large forest grove, you can find this old tree by the roadside
This tree is part of the Fort Cochin Tree Trail.
A big tamarind of impressive age and gnarliness grown in the corner of an abandoned clearing in the mountain town of Murayur
A big tamarind with a Nag shrine beneath it
At Eddakkal Hermitage resort in Wayanad, a tree house is an attraction for visitors to the area
This tamarind tree is one of several significant old trees at Nallur grove
Another grand, ancient tamarind at Auroville, this one named after Aurobindo’s French-born comrade, a woman known as the Mother.
The grandest tamarind I found in Auroville was named after the city’s founder, Sri Aurobindo, a renowned Indian freedom fighter and philosopher