Not really a tree, but actually a set of water fountains shaped like a giant tree stump
Tthis tree marks the location of Cherrapunjee Resort, where the owners have been instrumental in promoting the unique living tree bridges of the region as ecotourism destinations
A small New Caledonian Araucaria grows at the McLeod Ganj Environmental Centre.
Near Nehru’s Planetarium and an Indira Gandhi Memorial at the Calcutta Maidans, this impressive peepal tree stands over a busy intersection
This tree at Calcutta’s Botanical Garden is notable for being a member of a species normally found as mangroves in salty tidal waters, but here growing happily in the dirt and living on freshwater
This false tree fountain at Chennai’s Marine Beach is near a series of paintings remember the Boxing Day Tunami.
A small sapling at the beach of Mamallapuram reminds us of the Boxing Day 2006 Tsunami, which devastated much of the eastern Indian Ocean
A sculpture representing a metal tree, and reminding us of the shared Deluge mythology throughout the world. Maybe a reminder of our postglacial window, and our pre-greenhouse world?
Near Connaught Place, an old building lies abandoned, and a small pipal tree is growing in the dust and soil collected on its roof.
Look for this Pandanus screw-pine growing above the world’s fourth tallest waterfall, Nohkalikai, on the south cliffs of Meghalaya