A big peepal tree with clawlike dying branches, at Pushkar Lake
A sacred pipal tree at Lake Pushkar is signposted as the Samadhi for Panchasantavir
Above Udaipur on the sharp mountain ridge near the Monsoon Palace, this thorny tree grows overlooking the valley
The old Elephant Gate of Udaipur Palace was once the site of elephant gladiator fights, and it is still standing with this peepal tree growing nearby
Chetak Circle is named for a famous warhorse, and here is a neem tree being used as a postbox.
You can spot this neem tree as you descent to cross the lake outlet in Udaipur
A small shrine at Udaipur Lakeside is crowned by this tree.
A strangely twisted and hollow peepal tree, growing near the City Palace at the shoreline of the Udaipur Lake
Near the riverside in Ahmedabad and nearby the Patang tower, old, overgrowned ruined buildings offer both welcome green cover and a home for this peepal tree.
At a busy intersection beneath the Patang Tower on the Ahmedabad Riverside, a large Ailanthus tree stands still amidst the motorized traffic