At the Gateway of India, at a statue of Vivekenanda, the guru of Hinduism to the Western World, there is a large semal tree.
A small cypress at Mumbai’s Hanging Gardens
On the walk from Churchgate to Marine Drive, a large peepal tree on the left foreshadows the Ambassador Hotel
The finest deli in India for good sandwiches is just near the Gateway of India in Mumbai, and just next door in an abandoned property is a peepal tree growing in rubble
One of the first sights visible when exiting Victoria Terminus is this large peepal tree growing near the beautiful building of the Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation
A sacred Banyan in Mumbai’s famous Dharavi Slum holds a shrine maintained by the Aiyiyyappa Devotees Committee
Another giant neem tree near Cave 16 at Ellora, with large infected burls distorting its shape.
A curiously carved tree at the entrance to the rather underwhelming Siddharth Gardens amusement park in the centre of Aurangabad.
At the main ashram of Sai Baba, a small Hanuman temple has a fused neem and peepal tree in front, with a small lantern lighting a shrine
At Aga Khan, a memorial to Gandhi’s life and influence is an important feature at an estate where he was once imprisoned.