Shatrugan Teak

Deep in the forests of Bastar in Kanger Valley National Park, one of four ancient and large teak trees is named after the four brothers in the Ramayana

Bharat Teak

Deep in the forests of Bastar in Kanger Valley National Park, a grove of four ancient and large teak trees is named after Ram’s brother, who gave his name to the India. This tree is unfortunately deceased

Lakshman Teak

Deep in the forests of Bastar in Kanger Valley National Park, one of four ancient and large teak trees is named after the sidekick-hero of the four brothers in the Ramayana.

Greenwoods Treehouse Teak

At Greenwoods hotel in Kumily, a teak tree is the centerpoint to an elaborate treehouse, complete with rope bridge, restaurant, and staircase

Ram Teak

In a grove of impressive teak trees in the wild forests of Kanger Valley National Park, the largest tree present is named after the famous hero Rama.

Kannimara

The largest teak in the world is a source of pride and attraction for Parambikulam National Park, a forested valley surrounding a dammed lake.

Teak Museum Forest Trees

Nilambur is justifiably proud of its teak forests, and this root mass can be found at the entrance to a museum devoted to the tree species.

The Biggest Tree at Connolly’s Plot

In a magnificent 150-year-old teak plantation named after the British forester H.V. Connolly, the largest tree is a famous landmark for visitors to Nilambur’s extensive forests.

Landmark Trees of India