Flora Fountain Leaning Thespesia

Flora Fountain is a British-era landmark in the center of Mumbai’s busiest district, and nearby is a sprawling old Thespesia

Rhino Safari Semal

While riding elephants on a safari to spot the rhinos of Kaziranga, the tall flowering semal trees can be spotted on the edge of the grasslands.

A Sundari Sapling

A young planted tree representing the Sundari mangroves from which the Sunderbans delta gets its name.

Jagganath Corner Semal

A strong semal tree grows from one of the front corners of the Jagganath temple compound.

Le Grande Semals

Two large semal trees in the Jardin Botanique in Pondicherry, planted by the French and now of impressive stature.

Lal Bagh Giant Ceiba

One of the most impressive and widespread trees at Lal Bagh is a broad and spreading native Indian semal tree

Landmark Trees of India