On the border between Orissa and Chatisgarth, this semal rises above some magnificent limestone rock formations carved by the Kolab River.
A huge tree in the corner of Bangalore’s Botanical Gardens is home to several giant beehives
At the Horticultural Gardens of Calcutta, this Mad Tree represents a strange variety where every leaf is a different shape
During one glorious sunset by the lake in the centre of Panchmarhi Hill Station, I nearly fell off my pushbike when I saw this monstrous semal tree lurking there.
Look for this tree in the ancient ruins of one of Delhi’s oldest and most impressive Musim-era fortresses
In the front gardens of Tenen Murti Bhavan, Pandit Nehru Ji’s residence, is one of Delhi’s stoutest and most impressive semal trees
India International Center is a social and cultural hub for Delhi; at the entrance this young international tree is signposted.
With its feet in Delhi’s sewage, a small semal tree grows beneath the bulky heights of Delhi’s landfill- the destination for much of the city’s waste stream.
In the shady northern parts of Lodhi Gardens, a magnificent Semal tree simultaneously dominates with its huge crown spread and twists into itself in a gnarled fusion of branches.
The tallest and largest of the Semal trees just right of the Taj Mahal, the world’s superlative architectural icon.