A lone banyan tree visible from the roadside, to the right, as you travel south towards Satpada to visit Chilika Lake in coastal Orissa
A large banyan near the temple complex at Gupteshwar
The kids in the Keralan Mountain town of Murayur are lucky to have such a great Banyan tree to play in at their school
A large banyan on the almost barren laterite highlands above Gokarna and Om Beach
A big banyan in Auroville is used as a place for people to tie cloths, representing their wishes.
On a lane named after the Founders of the Theosophical Society, this large banyan is smaller but somehow more solid than the more famous Big Banyan just nearby.
At the granitic riverside in what used to be the grand Vijay Capitol, a big banyan holds many peoples wishes and prayers in the form of cloths, strings, letters, and decorations.
This giant banyan spreads wide and provides shade to students at Allahabad University.
A large, ancient banyan at Nallur grove, near Bangalore
One of the large banyans hiding in the woods of the Indian Institute of Technology, this tree has a bench for contemplation, branches to monkey in, and monkeys in the branches contemplating you.