A Kanger Cave Shrine

A small shrine is crowned by a peepal tree at the entrance to a cave in Kanger Valley National Park.

Gond Woman

A representation of a Gond Woman and a tree stands at the entrance to Kanger Valley National Park

Gond Man

A representation of a Gond Man and a tree stands at the entrance to Kanger Valley National Park

Karst Feature Tree

In Kanger Valley National Park, a rocky formation made of ancient seashells stands next to a forest tree

Limestone Tower Tree

In Kanger Valley National Park, a rocky formation made of ancient seashells stands next to a forest tree

Blue Sita Pipal

This forest tree is not too far from the grove of Teak trees in Kanger Park where Ram Teak and his brothers grow

Kolab Riverbank Semal

On the border between Orissa and Chatisgarth, this semal rises above some magnificent limestone rock formations carved by the Kolab River.

Ravana

Deep in the forests of Bastar in Kanger Valley National Park, a grove of four ancient and large teak trees is named after the four brothers in the Ramayana, and this big tree just outside can represent the Demon King Ravana