Ganesha’s Anogeissus

On this small tree at the National Botanical Research Institute, a weird growth at the base of the trunk has been recognized as resembling, and representing Ganesh.

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Bodhi Leaf Ganesha’s Anogeissus

On this small tree at the National Botanical Research Institute, a weird growth at the base of the trunk has been recognized as resembling, and representing Ganesh.


Map Location:

  • State: Uttar Pradesh
  • Locality: Lucknow: Straight ahead and on the right from the entrance to National Botanical Research Institute

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  • Latitude: 26.85786194 ° north of the Equator
  • Longitude: 80.95080118 ° east of the Prime Meridian
  • Altitude: 119 metres above sea level

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