This mimusops tree is for Aurangzeb, who eventually successfully struggled for the throne after Shah Jehan, the builder of the Taj Mahal
This old tree with a broken branch can remind one of Shah Jehan’s broken heart when his wife Mumtaz Mahal died in childbirth
A banyan tree grows on the right side of the Taj Mahal gardens.
A large Mimusops, prominently visible as you look towards the Taj Mahal
A small mosque at the Agra Cantonment Rail Station is shadowed by a ficus tree.
A good place to meet your friends for a midday mango is this lovely old peepal near the main entrance to Jaisalmer Fort.
Once you enter into the central citadel of the Jaisalmer Fort, you’ll immediately encounter this friendly Bodhi tree.
On the high walls of the Jodhpur Fort, a moderate sized banyan is encountered just below the cannons and ramparts
Make sure to look for this young peepal tree amongst the ancient Khejri grove of the Bishnoi tree-crusaders near Jodhpur
At a small cave temple to Kali on a hill near Jodhpur’s Mehrangarh Fort, a pipal tree overlooks the Blue City