This dead tree was encountered, as a stump, in a very short train stop while travelling on India’s east coast
This is the southernmost tree of any stature in mainland India, unfortunately it is in a locked garden behind spiked fences and is irrevocably dead
Now a stump, it appears that the Gurudwara’s caretakers cut down this ailing tree to expand the Gurudwara, which was actually named after the very same tree.
A treehouse built on the remants of an old large tree at Ram Bagh, in Amritsar
A now-dead cedar at a welcoming Tibetan monastery in McLeod Ganj serves as a post for colorful prayer flags
A dead, lacquered palmyra tree greets arrivals at Kolkata’s airport, near the baggage carousels.
Inside the Patna Museum, this well preserved length of fossil wood is laid out horizontally along the wall
Just next to the temple at the ancient Hadimba cedar grove, an aging tree was cut down before it could fall on the temple or the the pilgrims
A piece of petrified wood at Ooty, an ancient fossil from times unimaginably distant
Wapi, on the south Gujarat coast, is famous for its industrial pollution. This dead tree at the train station can serve as a warning and reminder of what that truly means.