Karst Feature Tree

In Kanger Valley National Park, a rocky formation made of ancient seashells stands next to a forest tree

Limestone Tower Tree

In Kanger Valley National Park, a rocky formation made of ancient seashells stands next to a forest tree

Ravana

Deep in the forests of Bastar in Kanger Valley National Park, a grove of four ancient and large teak trees is named after the four brothers in the Ramayana, and this big tree just outside can represent the Demon King Ravana

Indus Ganga Divide Aesculus

At the Mall in Shimla, just next to statue of Gandhi Ji, there is a large horsechestnut tree that straddles the ridge dividing the Ganga River flowing to Bay of Bengal, and the Indus River flowing to the Arabian Sea

The Lepisanthes at Sadhana

At Delhi’s zoo, near the Purana Qila Old Fort, a broad Tree of Heaven offers shade to auto-wallahs and the occasional book-seller.

Landmark Trees of India