At the entrance to the Aurboindo Ashram in downtown Calcutta can be found this broad mango tree.
Calcutta’s Park Street Cemetary is a final resting place for many Britisher’s, and also home to some massive mango trees like this one.
A tall Araucaria tree leans steeply near St. John’s Church on the Strand, in Calcutta downtown.
A beautiful water-starburst tree, lit up near the Victoria Memorial
A tall, straight Kadamb tree near Kalighat temple on the streetside
Near the entrance to Kalighat temple, this big banyan grows from the center of several small buildings
A dead, lacquered palmyra tree greets arrivals at Kolkata’s airport, near the baggage carousels.
A frangipani tree dramatically crowns the crest of Tagore Hill in Ranchi
Near a small museum recording the international Hindu outreach of Swami Vivekananda, this tree offers shade to people queuing for the small hospital there
These three baobabs at the entrance to Doranda college were incorrectly reported to be rare members of the Kalpavrish, of which only nine exist India. Fortunately, there are many more baobabs than just nine.