This is one of the last surviving giant pines at the riverside grove in Mori, now surrounded by a younger plantation of pine trees.
One small example of the living root bridges of Meghalaya, formed by training the roots of a rubber tree across a creek
A living root bridge, with two spans, stretching across a ravine
The oldest and most venerable Ashoka Mast tree encountered on this project is growing in the former Danish colony of Taragumbada
Another tree marking a resting place of a Sikh Guru, this one is a large banyan tree surrounded by rich agricultural fields
Behind the magnificent ViceRegal Lodge in Shimla, a large Chinnar tree in the garden represents Queen Victoria and her once-extensive empire.
Behind the Viceregal Lodge is a Chinnar tree planted by Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, who was the fifth Governor General of Canada, Viceroy of India from 1888-1894, and British Secretary of State for War
Yet another massive and splendid Chinar tree growing at the old Mughal Gardens in Kashmir’s famous city of Srinagar
Tourists can pose for their pictures in an array of traditional Kashmiri clothing underneath this large old Chinar tree at the Mughal Gardens.
On the shores of Nagin Lake, near the lovely Mavis Hotel houseboat, is a exceptionally personable giant Chinnar tree