This palm tree in the corner of the Taj Mahal Garden is named for Ustad Lahauri, who designed and built the monument
A broad rain tree at the back of the Cotton College Botany Department in downtown Guwahati.
A dramatically solitaire palmyra palm at the Vivekenanda Ashram near India’s southernmost point at Kanyakumari
A dead, lacquered palmyra tree greets arrivals at Kolkata’s airport, near the baggage carousels.
One palymyra palm stands proudly in the back of the old Danish Fort at Tranquebar
Just outside of the Sadhana Forest, a stand of Palmyra palms stand well above the fields and casuarina plantations