Madame Blavatsky was a Russian psychic who founded the esoterical Theosophical Society, on whose campus you can find this large baobab tree
A plump baobab at the entrance of Rani Bagh, greeting visitors to the zoo and botanical gardens.
Strangely, this baobab at Mandu seems to have a small, unleaved branch sprouting from its roots.
Perhaps the largest of the several large baobab’s at Mandu, this tree looms over a small farmfield on the plateau.
At Mandu, this big old baobab near an old palace has recently lost a big branch.
On the main road to Borra Caves, a large semal tree in the road has been wickedly damaged by a strong axe chop, but remains standing and seemingly healthy+Q743
These three baobabs at the entrance to Doranda college were incorrectly reported to be rare members of the Kalpavrish, of which only nine exist India. Fortunately, there are many more baobabs than just nine.
Just a few kilometers distant from the amazing Mallanimli Baobab – which locals say is the only tree of its kind in the world — is another immediately recognizable Baobab!
Amongst Sultan Bahadur’s palaces ruined by the Mughals, this is one of the most spectacular of the baobabs planted high on this rocky plateau
A Celestial Wishing Tree can be found– behind a cage- at the Dilwara Jain Temple in Mount Abu, Rajasthan’s craggy holiday town.