A peepal and date palm grow together at the overgrown and mostly forgotten Scottish Cemetary, hiding just a few minutes walk from the more well known Park St Cemetary
This island palm species has the world’s largest fruit, but unfortunately this specimen, the centrepiece of a Botanical Gardens glasshouse, has never been successfully pollinated.
Just outside of the Sadhana Forest, a stand of Palmyra palms stand well above the fields and casuarina plantations
A pair of stately Royal Palms add some greenery to Mumbai’s imposing and beautiful Victoria Terminus -now Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus- the starting location for India’s railway network.
The name Khajuraho derives from the Khajur, or date palm, and this representative specimen can be found near old Khajuraho town.
French adventurer Major General Claude Martin created a rather bizarre, arachitecturally curious, mansion on the outskirts of Lucknow and you can find this nice palm tree there.
In a city park in South Delhi’s Malviya Nagar suburb, a royal palm tree can be found rotten right through the centre.
A rare branching African Hoka palm stands guards at one of the gates to the Portuguese Fort of Diu
A strange, eight-branching mutant date palm can be found at the ruins of one of the world’s first universities, the Buddhist school of Nalanda
India Habitat Centre is a cultural and environmental hub, and in its shady courtyards, this is the tallest of the fishtail palms growing towards the geometric sunshade roof