A neem tree hugging the edge of a granite boulder below the temple carvings ata the ridge of Mahabalipuram
Just below the top of Hyderabad’s Golconda Fort, this neem tree is next to several wonderfully colorful rock paintings of Hindu deities.
A small neem tree shelters a Kali shrine as one ascends Golconda Fort.
Another giant neem tree near Cave 16 at Ellora, with large infected burls distorting its shape.
A curiously carved tree at the entrance to the rather underwhelming Siddharth Gardens amusement park in the centre of Aurangabad.
At the main ashram of Sai Baba, a small Hanuman temple has a fused neem and peepal tree in front, with a small lantern lighting a shrine
At the first of the Udaigiri meditation caves near Sanchi, this neem tree introduces you to the archeological site.
This neem tree, infected with knobby burls, is a great place for Agricultural Institute students to hang out in the shade
At Sarnath, where Buddha taught, a neem tree is being dramatically strangled by a bodhi tree.
At the shining white marble gardens of the Dadabari Jain Mandir, near the 800-year-old resting place of Guru Jinchanda Suruswarji Maharaj, a neem tree offers a green contrast to the bright stones