Fortunately, this project will never be completed. There will always be new trees to encounter and document. In such a vast country, with a population of countless trillions of trees, only a handful could ever be landmarked on one field project.

Here is a list of “leads”- notes on trees we heard about but could never actually visit. Some are famous and important trees, which we deeply regret missing, and others are simply fragments and scraps of information. Hopefully, in the future, we’ll be able to track them down..maybe with your help! If you are keen to collaborate, you can help out by visiting these trees, marking them on a map, and taking photographs of these trees. If you are up to the challenge, please visit the Contribute page.

Notes More Info?
 Four baobabs in Bijapur, Karnataka.

 

One is near the near the Ibrahim Roza monument in Bijapur with a girth of 10.84 m and height of 5 m. and another at Yogapur Dargah, near Bijapur, which is believed to be atleast 359-year-old with 9.2-m girth and seven-metre height.” (Siddeshwar Prasad <siddeshwarprasadATyahoo.com>)

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-editorialfeatures/the-rare-heritage-tree-of-bijapur/article1475871.ece

http://indiasendangered.blogspot.in/2010/08/adansonia-digitata-one-of-ten-heritage.html

“Bijapur Karnataka– the oldest tamarind tree found at Devar Hipparagi village with a history of more than five centuries. ” (Siddeshwar Prasad <siddeshwarprasadATyahoo.com>) http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-editorialfeatures/the-rare-heritage-tree-of-bijapur/article1475871.ece
 Savanur, Karnataka- three baobabs at  “premises of Doddahunase Matha” (Siddeshwar Prasad <siddeshwarprasadATyahoo.com>) http://karnatakatravel.blogspot.in/2011/08/savanur-fort-ruins-and-baobab-trees.html
 Padhiri Tree at Avinashi near Coimbatore: The Padhiri tree, the holy tree of the Avinashiappar temple blossoms only during the Brammotsavam festival. It won’t during other seasons. It is said that the tree’s devotion to the deity is expressed this way. Avinashi is a holy place where a boy swallowed by a crocodile years back was reclaimed with the grace of Lord Avinashiappar. The holy thread (Upanayanam) ceremony was performed for the boy then. http://www.southdreamz.com/temple/sri-avinashiappar-temple-avinashi
 From News Week India: “District Fatehgarh Sahib has one of the largest Banyan tree in the country(Gurpreet Singh Mehak) District Fatehgarh Sahib of Punjab has one of the largest Banyan tree in the country or may in the world. The tree which spreads over three to four  acres of land stands in village Cholti Kalan is also known as ‘Kaya Kalp Vriksh’. While coming from Sirhind side on the Sher Shah Suri Marg one has to take a left turn off the Marg at Sarai Banjara village and travel about 8 kms or an interior link road to reach the site of the tree which stands out amidst lush fields. As per information received, the tree  is a few hundred years old. The local belief is that nobody can stop the relentless spread of the tree. As the tree is surrounded by private land, the adjoining land owners dare not cut any branch which may grow and cover their land. It is believed that any person in the past who tried to stop the spread of the tree had to face grave misfortunes. The usage of waste wood or fallen leaves of the tree is considered equally unpropitious. Though great banyan tree continues to grow undisturbed but immediate need of conservation.  He forest department had already taken matter with district Fatehgarh Sahib administration to save the tree . The tree attracts many visitors from nearby areas . Its conservation can be beneficial from tourism point of view as well. A temple and rest house (dharamshala) have been constructed under the tree. Believing that the tree has unique healing power, people suffering from different ailments, too, visit this place to spend some time under its shade in order to get cured. The tree also had cultural significance now with an annual fair being organised under its shade annually on February 15. “(Thanks to Tanvir Singh) Map: At GoogleArticle: At News Week India
Near Hyderabad: “six giant Baobab (Adansonia digitata) stand tall in the Chengicherla reserve forest on the city outskirts. “(Thanks to N ShivaKumar) At The Hindu Online
“There is 800 year old Kalpavriksha in Mangliyawas near Ajmer.The trees are in pair and people tie a holy thread for getting their wishes fulfilled.I too have visited the place. I just thought of sharing it with you and may be you would like to cover the kalpavriksha in the same way that you have upholded Banyan trees.In case you need to picture the Kalpvriksha or you would like to visit the place, do let me know”
Source: Dr Hema Yadav
Deputy Director
National Institute of Agricultural Marketing
Kota Road, Jaipur-303906
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BANYAN TREE called GOSAIMARRI in MARIKAL village 100 km south of Hyderabad. it was huge with a large canopy….in 1986. Seen in 1986 and published a article in the Indian Express. Probably dead now!!! Sources: N Shuva Kumar None
Rishi Valley School Banyan (State:Andhra Pradesh)::Tree at centre of Andhra Pradesh school founded by Krishnamurti Sources: J. Pai Link
Arahapalli Banyan (State:Andhra Pradesh)::Town Center Banyan (AP,1 hr south of Vishakapatnam) Sources: (lost) (none)
Shankarpali Banyan at Manu (State:Andhra Pradesh)::Banyan, <25km from Hyderabad Sources: (lost) (none)
Pillalamarri (State:Andhra Pradesh)::A giant banyan tree near MahboobNagar, Andhra Pradesh Sources: Well-known Link
Kalyani Eucalyptus (State:Andhra Pradesh)::A giant Eucalyptus trees in the Horsley Hills northeast of Bangalore Sources: Well-known Link
Lohit Semals (State:Arunachal Pradesh)::Arunachal Terai -At Ugyeling near Tawang in E Arunchal.  “Grew from the stick left by the 6th Dalai Lama as he was leaving his birthplace for Tibet; he is famous as the Dalai Lama who didn’t want to be Dalai Lama.”
Sources: Kai Friese, GEO Magazine
(none)
Lohit Semals (State:Arunachal Pradesh)::Arunachal Terai – giant semals near Lohit Distric Tezu Capitol Sources: (lost) (none)
Durga Statue Tree (State:Assam)::near Lala College (Guwahati) Sources: M. Teesha (none)
Bihar HazariBagh Mangos (State:Bihar)::in Bihar- huge old mango grove Sources: (lost) (none)
Baba Garibnath ki Banyan (State:Bihar)::Baba Garibnath Temple situated in the center of the Muzaffarpur town is undoubtedly one of the most famous “Lord Shiva” temples ! Its history goes like this-There was a Landlord in ancient times who owned the land where the present temple is. There was a huge Banyan tree in the premises of the temple which provided shade and relief to many people. It is also called second “Baidhnath” Sources: Sulekha.com Link
Sohaipur Art Fig (State:Bihar)::A artistically grown, carved fig tree near Sohaipir, Bihar Sources: Trees of Delhi (none)
Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts Malsauri Tree (State:Delhi NCR)::350 yr old kadamb? Sources: Trees of Delhi (none)
Tughluk Arjunas (State:Delhi NCR)::2 giant Arjuna on Tughluk Road, Delhi Sources: Trees of Delhi (none)
Motilal Nehru Semal (State:Delhi NCR)::Giant Semal at 1 Motilal Nehru Road Sources: Trees of Delhi (none)
Gurudwara Tree at Chandni Chowk (State:Delhi NCR):: Delhi…Gurudwara Sist Ganj? Guru Beheaded underneath a tree Sources: Trees of Delhi (none)
Bamboo Motel Baobabs (State:Goa)::Bamboo Motels has a surprise for all: on the grounds stands a gigantic baobab, (pronounced in African Swalli as Bah-on-bab). It is to Africa what coconut palm is to Goa.It is a tree found in Africa and North-western Australia and is a giant of a tree with a huge girth and staggering height. The African tree lives upto two thousand years and the Baobab at the Bamboo Motels is more than 500 years old but less than a 1000 years old according to local experts.How did the Baobab reach Goa? There are three such specimens in Goa: one in front of Cabo Raj Bhavan entrance gate at Dona Paula, the second in Quepem town and the third at scenic Bamboo Motels.But, the Bamboo Motels’ Baobab tree is special because its luxuriant, well preserved and, surprisingly, filled with flowers and fruits. That’s not all; it has four trunks! Sufficient material for easy entry into record books. See it for yourself, if you are skeptical. Sources: Bamboo Motels WWW Link
Double-seed Coconut (State:Gujarat)::A farmer in Gujarat found a double-seeded coconut on his plantation Sources: (lost) (none)
Bangle Champa Tree (State:Gujarat):: in Ahmedabad Sources: (lost) (none)
Pal Village Rukhda Tree (State:Gujarat)::This discovery of Pal village’s Rukhda tree was made by Dr. Rajal Thacker who runs an ngo ‘Nisarg’. She has measured Rukhda tree in Polo forest which is having 11 meter diameter. She had written an email to chief minister informing him about this tree and urging him to protect this tree. In reply forest officer Pandit called her and said that according to chief minister’s order, forest department would protect this tree. Sources: Deshgujarat Web Link
Gujarat College Rukdo (State:Gujarat)::But, this time around, the benevolent civic body has decided to spare a Baobab tree near Gujarat College, although it is bang in middle of the road that is being widened. The Baobab is called ‘Rukdo’ in Gujarati and less than 1,000 trees of the species have managed to survive in the state. There are only four baobab trees in the city. Two are in Victoria Garden and one in Sukharamnagar area.This tree near Gujarat college is located opposite the church. The civic body plans to save the tree by curbing it. Sources: DNA India Link
Gandhi’s Dandi Banyan (State:Gujarat):: 80-year-old banyan tree in Dandi village beneath which Mahatma Gandhi sat and addressed public meetings. Sources: H S Singh, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest, Social Forestry Link
Giant Baobab of Vadadora (State:Gujarat)::The Giant Baobab trees are ‘rare’ in India.Imported by Abyssinian -Ethipians -slaves and sailors for its fruits which gives a ‘monkey bread or lemonade drink ‘fruity flesh . You see these trees in abandon at Mandu Madhya Pradesh  heritage city .Go and see this palce after rains as teak trees blooms all over behind huge baobab trees.Probably the slaves were from Africa who built the city partly!! You will see many huge trees used as bar pubs home on net images of baobab trees.They stor water like a camel and this is its fruits lemoni in taste, ADANSONIA DIGIATATA NAMED  a french surgeon !! These colonolialists who think because they found it then  they own it all!!Real african names are isimuhu in zulu , isimaku umshimulu ximuwu etc.monkey bread tree or lemonade tree cream of tartar tree of family Bombacea. My friend Arun Muzamdar ji took us all Barodian tree lovers to see this  rare isolated baobab tree at a far corner of a distant farm near ranchodpura Jaspur padra canal road Baroda gujarat india.-one fine sunday morning. Sources: Sulekha.com Link
Chandigarh Mango Remains (State:Haryana and Punjab)::Largest mango in Chandigarh, dead in 1954. Rumoured girth of 10 meters and yields 17000 kg mangos Sources: Food historian K.T. Achaya, whose A Historical Dictionary of Indian Food Link
Tosh Manali Temple Trees (State:Himachal Pradesh)::Large trees at temple in Manali Sources: Dharun, WWF-India intern (none)
Norbulinka Cedar (State:Himachal Pradesh)::Dharamsala McLeod Ganj- massive tree >100yrs at Norbulinka institute Sources: Staff at McLeod Ganj Environmental Center Link
Panch Pandav Deodar at Khajjiar (State:Himachal Pradesh)::On the right side is the photograph of one of the rest houses in Khajjiar. This one is special because the tree near the rest house is of a very different kind. It is called the “Panch Pandav” (Five Pandav). Though the main root is the same but the base of the tree is divided into six parts, which make it one of the kind. It is also one of the main attractions when you begin to explore the Khajjiar ground on your feet. Near this rest house is the way leading to a small village and Khajjiar School. The locals believe that these six shoots represent five Pandvas and their common wife Dropadi. But trees with many shoots are a common occurrence in the Khajjiar forest. At a distance of one kilometer from Khajjiar towards Dalhousie a big deodar trees exists having more than 13 soots of comparable height. This trees has popularly come to be known as ‘Mother Tree’ of the area. Sources: HimachalPradesh-hotels.com Link
Mother Tree Deodar (State:Himachal Pradesh)::On the right side is the photograph of one of the rest houses in Khajjiar. This one is special because the tree near the rest house is of a very different kind. It is called the “Panch Pandav” (Five Pandav). Though the main root is the same but the base of the tree is divided into six parts, which make it one of the kind. It is also one of the main attractions when you begin to explore the Khajjiar ground on your feet. Near this rest house is the way leading to a small village and Khajjiar School. The locals believe that these six shoots represent five Pandvas and their common wife Dropadi. But trees with many shoots are a common occurrence in the Khajjiar forest. At a distance of one kilometer from Khajjiar towards Dalhousie a big deodar trees exists having more than 13 soots of comparable height. This trees has popularly come to be known as ‘Mother Tree’ of the area. Sources: HimachalPradesh hotels.com Link
Kamna Devi Temple Kain Tree (State:Himachal Pradesh)::Prospect Hill and the temple of Kamna Devi  Boileauganj (locally pronounced “Baloo-ganj”) is named after the Boileau brothers – one Captain J T Boileau had made the observatory on the hill above in 1840.As you enter the bazaar, the police station is on your left. Cross both this and the fork that plunges down left immediately after. Keep walking and dodging the traffic for fifty yards or so. You will have crossed most of this small bazaar when you reach the spot where there are almost half-a-dozen large and small roads heading in different directions.Take the well-defined steep slope up to the temple of Kamna Devi atop Prospect Hill, whose base is marked by a small unused guard post. The climb is lined with many recently built houses and some old ones; the latter date back to the time when they used to be a part of the viceregal estate. Offering a magnificent view, this path is almost a kilometre long. The hilltop is crowned by the temple of Kamna Devi – locally regarded as a goddess who grants wishes. Housing the deity, who is locally also called Kairaroo Devi, this is a single-storied structure neatly done in brick. There is a small bush in the compound, the remnants of a kainth tree on which many tie a small red string and make a wish. The view from the top encompasses the valleys, distant mountains and has an interesting angle of the airport. Sources: Harmony India Link
Lone Srinagar Orange Tree (State:Jammu and Kashmir)::An orange tree that successfully fruits in Srinagar, Kashmir, is a unique specimen. Sources: DNA India Link
Ladakh Dhuya Chilgi Sacrificial Juniper (State:Jammu and Kashmir):: Dakanu Area , Ladakh Sources: Kai Freise, Editor, Outlook Traveller Link
Chattergam Budgam Chinar (State:Jammu and Kashmir)::: The biggest and largest Chinar of the world which was few years before discovered by renowned environmentalist Dr M S Wadoo at Chattergam Budgam is presently showing some declining injuries and has started tilting down.The heritage tree of the state has been declared worldwide as largest and biggest Chinar tree. The Park in which the tree exists has also been developed.The shrine of Hazrat Qasim Sahib is also existing alongwith the tree. It is believed the tree was planted in 1329 AD and is around 700 years old. Large number of tourists visit the place particularly those who are fond of Chinars and its history in Kashmir.For its successful discovery Dr Wadoo was awarded by various environmental agencies at national and international level. He had traveled throughout the state and had measured around 30000 Chinars to determine its dimension.The Chattergam Chinar is more precious tree at present and erection of shops around the tree have started causing injury to this heritage tree which has been a cause of its titling. Sources: MS Wadoo (tree researcher in Srinigar, JK) Link
Raja & Rani Sal Trees (State:Jharkhand)::Bihar/Bikar Saranda Forest Rsv: Two giant Sal trees Raja/Rani Sources: (lost) Link
Vata Vriksha at Gokarna (State:Karnataka):: 14.549153 74.322218 Gokarn Mutt Partagali Goa Vaishnava, Vata-vriksha (Banyan tree) 200 meters N of Mutt, 220 aerial roots,235 feet (EW) x 225 feet (NS), believed over 1000 years old. It can accommodate about 1000 people in its shade. The Vatavriksha and the Ishwar linga in front of the mutt are worshiped by the people of Partagali and the adjoining area. This place is popularly known as Bramhasthan. The mutt, in 1977 instituted award called Vidyadhiraj Puraskar given annually to a GSB of outstanding performance in any field of human endeavour.Replica of the Vata-vriksha is chosen as the momento for the award. Sources: GSB kerala Link
Doda & Little Sampige of the BR Hills (State:Karnataka)::The Big Michelia champaka known as “Doddasampige” is holiest of all for the soliga tribes in Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple(BRT) Wildlife sanctuary in Chamarajanagar district. Doddasampige(Michaelia Champaca), A sacred grove revered by the soliga’s:There are a large number of “champaka” trees together with several covering the area with thick shadow. To the east of the riverbank, of the river Bhargavi( a tributary of the cauvery) stands a gigantic champaka tree, about 43 metre in height and the girth of trunk measuring about 20 meters. The 600 years old Big Michelia champaka known as “Doddasampige” is holiest of all for the soliga tribes and other local people. The tree is compared to Lord shiva, who is having a braid. The “Doddasampige” has been the God of the soliga tribe’s, who perform the fire dance surrounding the tree on the eve of “Maha Shivarathri” festival. The tree bears usual flowers of both reddish and yellowish color during April. On the east side of the platform there are more than 100 lingams, which are worshipped. This champaka tree, a sacred symbol to soliga tribal people, symbolizes the tribal relation with nature Sources: Kasdorf article Link
Bhadra Tiger Reserve Teak (State:Karnataka)::Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary aka Bhadra Tiger Reserve is situated in the Western Ghats in Karnataka’s Chikmagalur and Shimoga districts.  Inside the sanctuary, a big teak tree aged about 300 years, known as the Jagara Giant, whose girth is a whopping 5.21m, is one of the attractions of the sanctuary. Sources: WebIndia123 Link
Kanha Sals (State:Madhya Pradesh)::Kanha NP- two giant sal trees at Forest Rest House Sources: (lost) Link
Arapoli Ram Teak (State:Madhya Pradesh)::Eastern Madhya Pradesh Sources: Dr. PP Bhojvaid, TERI University Delhi (none)
Allapali Glory of Fig Forests (State:Madhya Pradesh)::Chandrapur? MP? Sources: Dr. PP Bhojvaid, TERI University Delhi (none)
Pachmarhi Art Fig (State:Madhya Pradesh)::Same as sohaipur? (PK) Sources: Trees of Delhi (none)
Maher Baba Umar Tree (State:Maharashtra)::This tree stands directly outside Mehera’s eastern window. It has its own remarkable story. For in the early months of 1969, just after Baba’s dropping the body had left Mehera in a state of utter bereavement, the bark of this tree formed itself into a remarkable image of Baba’s face. The likeness remained clearly visible for about nine years, at which point new growth of bark obscured the clarity of the image. However, sometimes even today, especially in the light of dusk, one can still glimpse Baba’s features in the bark from inside Mehera’s room. Sources: (lost) Link
Satara Hanging Banyan (State:Maharashtra)::Satara Vairatgad Giant Banyans 17°51’40″N   73°54’49″E  Mahrastra Sources: Wikimapia Link
Janglie Maharaj Mandir Banyan (State:Maharashtra)::Pune Janglie Maharah mandir,  18.526506° 73.850325° This Impressive Banyan Tree you can find in the heart of the City of Pune, on Jangli Maharaj Road in the compound of the Pataleshwar temple….. Sources: Wikimapia Link
Hazrat Babajan’s Neem (State:Maharashtra)::Hazrat Babajan, one of the five Perfect Masters, lived the final 25 years of her life in Pune. She established her final residence first under an ‘Azadirachta indica tree near Bukhari Shah’s mosque in Rasta Peth and later another A. indica tree in the then-dilapidated section of Pune called Char Bawdi where she remained the rest of her life. There is a shrine erected in her honour in Pune, around the tree under which she made her final home.[35] Sources: Wikipedia Link
Sacred Grove of Nokrek Citrus (State:Meghalaya)::National Citrus Grove Sanctuary, Nokrek? Meghalaya. Memang Narang Citrus Progenitor Sources: (lost) Link
Mahavriksh Listings (State:Multiple)::A listing of Giant Trees held by local Forest Departments Sources: Contact local forest departments (none)
World’s Tallest Rhododendron in Kigwema (State:Nagaland)::100+feet, on trekking trail near Kigwema Village Sources: Nagaland Post Link
Angira Bata (State:Orissa):: (3.5 km.), on the east of the temple of Lord Jagannath can be seen a shady banyan tree known as Angira Bata surrounded by an old boundary wall. The place is associated with the legendary sages Angira. Sources: India Gov Know India page Link
Gurditta Baba Neems (State:Punjab)::Gurdwara Dera Baba Gurditta Ji:This Gurdwara is situated at a distance of 10 Km South of town Anandpur Sahib, 30 Km North of town Rupnagar and 80 Km from State Capital Chandigarh on Kiratpur Sahib-Manali Road on the bank of Sutlej-Yamuna Link Canal in town Kiratpur Sahib. Baba Gurditta Ji was the eldest son of Sixth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji. He was known to possess miraculous powers. Once in the Year 1638, Baba Ji revived a dead Cow of a Brahmin at the place of Village Jindvari. When Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji came to know about it, he called upon Baba Ji and said that to show miracles is to interfere in the will of Almighty, You have not done right. Baba Ji bowed before his Father and came to this place where Gurdwara Dera Baba Gurditta Ji is situated. Baba Ji installed a twig of Neem tree into the ground and lay down taking a sheet of cloth and left for his heavenly abode. Guru Ji cremated the holy body of Baba Gurditta Ji at this place. An old Neem tree exists here which is believed to have sprouted out of that twig which Baba Ji had stuck into the ground. Sources: (lost) Link
Punjab’s Sacred Heritage Trees (State:Punjab)::D S Jaspal has written a book profiling many famous Sikh trees, mostly in the Punjab Sources: Tryst with trees-Punjab’s Sacred Heritage” by D S Jaspal. Link
Badli Banyan (State:Rajasthan)::A village near Jodhpur called ‘Badli bheraw ji’ on the way to Jaislmer,has nice old temple with a pond next to it with really huge and old Banyan trees.the village is called Badli because of the Female Banyan tree ‘Badli’. Sources: “desertrose” on Indiamike.com Link
Pushkar Banyan (State:Rajasthan)::On the road towards Ajmer, northwards Sources: (lost) (none)
Ranthambore National Park Banyan (State:Rajasthan)::At Jogi Mahal, in the National Park, one of the largest banyans grows Sources: Well-known Link
Mangaliyawas Kalpavriksha (State:Rajasthan)::At Mangaliyawas near Ajmer, Rajasthan, there two-revered trees (Male and Female) that are more than 800 years old. Known as Kalpavrikshas, these trees are worshipped on an amavasya day in the Hindu month of Shravan. Sources: Wikipedia Kalpavriksh article Link
Yuksom  Norbugang Cypress (State:Sikkim)::Norbugang Coronation Throne: The stone throne of Norbugang is the most important site of Yuksam, and is protected by the archeological department of India. It lies 20 minutes away from the Ejam Residence,by foot.This is where Chogyal Phuntshog Namgyal, the first religious king of Sikkim was crowned by the three monks.There is a stone throne shaded by a 300 years old, Cypress tree and infront of it, a foot print of the head lama Lhatsun Namkha Jigme can be seen in a stone nearby.The chorten(stupa) near the throne contains soil and water from all over Sikkim.is it the oldest stupa built in Sikkim and is believed to contain the personal items of the past and present Buddha and buddha’s two disciples. Sources: Ejam Residency Link
Gurdwara Nanaklama, (State:Sikkim)::SikkimThis picture shows tree grown in shape of stick believed to have been dug by Guru Nanak when he visited the place Chungthang in Sikkim.Picture taken by Jaspreet Singh in around 2002. from This is a picture of gurdwara in CHUNGTHANG Sikkim India where locals hang scriptures along with Nishan sahib in prayer in bodhic style.It is believed guru nank dev ji visited this place and dug his walking stick at a place there ; where stick has grown into a tree which has trunk in stick shape and leaves are below the rounded trunk which looks like handle of stick.An amrit kund was also made to appear there by Guruji .Place was visited by chance by S. Jaspreet singh who shot this picture in year around 2002, while touring Sikkim on way to Kanchanchanga base camp. Sources: Sikhiwiki Link
Narayana Tirtha (State:Tamil Nadu)::Narayana Tirtha, author of Krishna Leela Tarangini,  was a music scholar of 17th century Andhra. It is said by the legends that Narayana Tirtha attained the Jiva Samadha on the Sukla Ashtami day of the Masi month at Tirupoondiuruthi, which is about five kilometers from Tiruvaiyaru. Now, a mango tree stands on the spot of his Samadhi. Sources: Indianetzone Link
Saharanpur Mangos (State:Uttar Pradesh):: Mango gardens, 200 yr old, british planted Sources: (lost) (none)
Last Standing Jackfruit Tree (State:Uttar Pradesh)::Mathura? Talavanam:- Denukasuran was killed by Balarama at this place. Earlier this place was full of jackfruit trees but now there is only one tree. All other trees fell on the asura whereas this tree on which Krishna was leaning was not uprooted. Sources: kmkvaradhan blog Link
Vyasa Gaddi Banyan (State:Uttar Pradesh)::27.344740 80.484479, Close to Chakra-tirtha is where Vedavyasa is said to have divided the Vedas into four parts and written the Puranas. There is a big banyan tree here which is said to be over 5,000 years old and the place where Vyasa sat. In the temple there is a deity of Vyasadeva. Sources: Vegetarian restaurants Link
Kushinagar Saal Trees (State:Uttar Pradesh)::Descendent of the Saal Tree under which the Buddha died,  Uttar Pradesh Sources: Well-known Link
Jhusi Prayer Baobab (State:Uttar Pradesh)::baobab on the bank of the river Ganga at Jhusi Prayar, 9 km from Allahabad Sources: Wickens & Lowe ( 2008 ) The Baobab: Pachycauls of Africa, Madagascar, and Australia Link
Peruleni pedda manu (State:Uttar Pradesh)::Nameless Tree,in Chezalal Kistna District Sources: Wickens & Lowe ( 2008 ) The Baobab: Pachycauls of Africa, Madagascar, and Australia Link
Parijaat Kintoor Tree (State:Uttar Pradesh)::near Barrabunki Lucknow Kiatur? Sources: Wickens & Lowe ( 2008 ) The Baobab: Pachycauls of Africa, Madagascar, and Australia Link
Ananda Bodhi of Sravasti (State:Uttar Pradesh)::Śrāvastī or Sāvatthī (Sanskrit: श्रावस्ती), a city of ancient India, was one of the six largest cities in India during Gautama Buddha’s lifetime. The city was located in the fertile Gangetic plains in the present day Gonda District of Devipatan Division of Uttar Pradesh near Balrampur some 120 km north of Lucknow. JetavanaThe Commentaries state that the Buddha spent twenty five rainy seasons in Sávatthi, thus leaving only twenty to be spent elsewhere. In front of the gateway was the Bodhi-tree planted by Anāthapindika, which came later to be called the Anandabodhi (J.iv.228f). Sources: Wikipedia Link
Dehra Dun Courthouse Banyan (State:Uttarakhand)::Center of Dehra Dun Courthouse Sources: (lost) (none)
Munyaseri Birches (State:Uttarakhand)::Giant Birches near Munyaseri Sources: (lost) (none)
Harsil Poplars (State:Uttarakhand)::Uttarkashi- Giant poplars in Harsil forest 4.3m girth Sources: Dr. Nautiyal, Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun (none)
Mandakini Michelias (State:Uttarakhand)::Uttarakhand 3 Michelias by abandoned temple above Mandakini River Sources: Ruskin Bond Book on Uttarakhand Trees (none)
Balcha Deodar (State:Uttarakhand)::Giant deodar tree at Balcha Village in Uttarakhand, growing in the same forest where came the sliced section of a giant tree at Forest Research Institute Sources: Dr. Nautiyal, Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun Link
Sumari Badrinath Banyan (State:Uttarakhand):: 7m diameter Banyan, from Srinagar Uttarakhand Sources: Dr. Nautiyal, Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun (none)
Dodital Deodars (State:Uttarakhand)::Virgin deodars above Dodital , towards Hanuman Chatty, near Yamunotri) Sources: Dr. PP Bhojvaid, TERI University Delhi (none)
Panwali Aesculus (State:Uttarakhand)::A giant Aesculus tree near an Uttarkhand village Sources: Uttarapedia Link
Moti Sal (State:Uttarakhand)::at Corbett National Park Sources: Well-known Link

There is a listing of Heritage Trees of Gujarat available online, using data from H S Singh, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest, Social Forestry, Gujarat Forestry.

Landmark Trees of India