You can find this pleasant banyan surrounded by a fence near Chamundi Hills, and near the Pinjarapole animal hospital
At seven hundred stairs on a staircase of a thousand, Mysore’s Chamundi Hill, a large Nandi Bull statue offers a convenient break point, and a rain tree offers a small bit of shade.
In the back of the Mysore Palace, a Eucalyptus tree has been stripped of bark by the tethered camels
The endmost, and largest, rain tree at the Sultan’s Palace in Mysore
At Mysore University’s Crawford College, this Araucaria is leaning tremendously, to an almost humourous degree
At the top of Chamundi Hills, this sampige tree is in the center of the Shri Chamundeshwar temple.