The creek in Mawphlang sacred grove is one of the healthiest and densely wooded remaining on the plateau of Meghalaya’s Khasi Hlls, and it is there that you can find this oak tree
A large oak tree at the Darjeeling Botanicals, named after the botanist Joseph Hooker
This tree is growing just near the zoo habitat of the endangered Tibetan Wolf, which has been successfully bred in captivity here at the Darjeeling Zoo.
A dead tree stands near the entrance to the gardens of the Institute of Advanced Studies, formerly the Viceregal Lodge from where the British governed India
Near the Himachal Pradesh Government Buildings, at one end of the lovely pedestrian Mall in Shimla, there is a double trunked oak tree offering a lovely shade to those resting on the benches beneath.
On the trail to Dodi Tal, passers-by have left coins embedded in the bark of this oak tree.
On the first of the Himalayan ridges at Mussoorie, next to Landour Language School, the roots of and oak tree grow over the tomb of a Sufi saint.
High in the Kinnaur Valley, the town of Rekong Peo has a Buddhist Prayer Wheel shaded beneath a small tree
On the rooftop on Monal Guest House in Uttarkashi, a banj oak tree offers a picturesque companion to a morning yoga session
In the midst of one of India’s finest remaining Himalayan forests, a clearing has allowed one oak to dominate the area.