The Survivor Pine at Mori

This is one of the last surviving giant pines at the riverside grove in Mori, now surrounded by a younger plantation of pine trees.

Taj Longleaf Pine

A Himalayan Longleaf pine grows near the entrance to the Taj Mahal Gardens


One of the Khasi pines at NorthEastern Hill University

Zilmon Keyling Prayer Post

A now-dead cedar at a welcoming Tibetan monastery in McLeod Ganj serves as a post for colorful prayer flags

Prayer Flag Hub Cedar

Prayer flags on display above the Tibetan refugee colony of McLeod Ganj center on one tall cedar tree on a hilltop

McLeod Bus Stand Cedar

With a cement building growing around it, this deodar tree is the only tree alive at the bus stand in McLeod Ganj, the Himalayan Tibetan Refugee colony.

Watershed Cedar

Above the Himachal State Library, on the Mall in Shimla, this cedar growns on the ridge dividing the Indus and Ganga drainages

Viceregal Spruce

A Himalayan spruce tree growing in the gardens of the Viceregal Lodge, formerly the summer centre of British rule in India

Ponderosa Representative

In the Pine Arboretum just near Ranikhet, this tree represents the largest pine species- the Ponderosa Pine of the Western United States.

Landmark Trees of India