A tamarind tree at Ram Bagh, in Agra, where the first Mughal Gardens were first brought to India from Persia.
A Himalayan Longleaf pine grows near the entrance to the Taj Mahal Gardens
This palm tree in the corner of the Taj Mahal Garden is named for Ustad Lahauri, who designed and built the monument
This cycad is for Gauhara Begum, the daughter of Mumtaz Mahal. The mother died in childbirth and the Taj was built in her memory. Gauhara lived to the age of 75.
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.
The last of the line of often-photographed cypress trees growing before the Taj Mahal has actually just been replaced with a very young sapling.