A small banyan in the Caiman crocodile enclosure at the Madras Crocodile Bank
A Barringtonia tree growing in the sidelines of the Madras Crocodile Bank, a reptile zoo established by Rom Whittaker just south of Chennai
This false tree fountain at Chennai’s Marine Beach is near a series of paintings remember the Boxing Day Tunami.
At the entrance to The Faraway Tree art gallery, you can find this tree first in a row of trees from far away South America.
At the trendy Mocha cafe in Chennai, this tall tree offers shade, atmosphere, and character to the place.
Yet another clever use of a tree, this time as a telephone mount
Madame Blavatsky was a Russian psychic who founded the esoterical Theosophical Society, on whose campus you can find this large baobab tree
On a lane named after the Founders of the Theosophical Society, this large banyan is smaller but somehow more solid than the more famous Big Banyan just nearby.
One of the large banyans hiding in the woods of the Indian Institute of Technology, this tree has a bench for contemplation, branches to monkey in, and monkeys in the branches contemplating you.
On top of St Thomas Mount, a banyan tree offers shade for pilgrims to the cave hermitage of the first Christian missionary to India.