It seems fitting that there would be a broken car, moving nowhere, near the dreaded Foreigners Registration Office
During the colorful revelrie of the Hindu holiday of Holi, my friends and I at Jawarhalal Nehru University encountered this Amaltas tree offering scant shade.
A old and impressive tamarind at a mosque in Mehrauli, in South Delhi
A large religiosa fig is the largest tree to be found in the gardens at Hauz Khas Madrasa in South Delhi.
A large peepal tree graces a garden near Chandni Chowk, the central historical shopping street of Mughal Old Delhi
In the ruins of the eight-hundred-year-old Tughluk military fort, this Ailanthus tree thrives amidst the crumbling rocks and ruins
South Extension is one of Delhi’s most posh shopping areas, and in the crowded parking lot, a tall semal trees stands tall ro remind us of the natural world
At the shining white marble gardens of the Dadabari Jain Mandir, near the 800-year-old resting place of Guru Jinchanda Suruswarji Maharaj, a neem tree offers a green contrast to the bright stones
A big, diseased mango with large wooden burls, near the Bara Gumbad at Lodhi Gardens
The largest tree near the India Gate- once a British War Memorial but now a symbol of Indian independence