A picture-perfect impressive old mango, at the Cubbon Park in central Bangalore
At the entrance to the Aurboindo Ashram in downtown Calcutta can be found this broad mango tree.
Calcutta’s Park Street Cemetary is a final resting place for many Britisher’s, and also home to some massive mango trees like this one.
From this mango tree, all Dussheri mangos are descended. Its fruits are reserved for the family of the Nawab of Lucknow.
A big, diseased mango with large wooden burls, near the Bara Gumbad at Lodhi Gardens
A mango tree grows just near the wheels of the Sun Chariot Temple at Konark, offering a shady resting space to the pilgrims and tourists visiting these amazing ruins.
The Yesudas Mango Tree grows dramatically through the inside of a centrally located building in Fort Cochin–the one housing The Mango Tree restaurant and cafe Coffee Day. This tree is part of the Fort Cochin Tree Trail.
As you approach the temple on the summit of Melukote Hill, you can make a small detour to a grassy clearing and relax in the shade of this beautiful tree
You can have a yummy thali and coconut juice at this restaurant, shaded by a large mango tree hiding in the fields near Hampi.
Near the Mahadeo shrine tucked deep into a sandstone crack in the Satpura Range, this giant mango offers a perch for the monkeys waiting to steal snacks from the pilgrims.