This giant Rain Tree is named after the Koder family, prominent Jewish members of the Fort Cochin community. This tree is part of the Fort Cochin Tree Trail.
A tree on the roadside in the tea plantations of Munnar in the Western Ghats is adorned with many large beehives. Unfortunately the photos for this tree were lost; the one used is from Panoramio.com
Madame Blavatsky was a Russian psychic who founded the esoterical Theosophical Society, on whose campus you can find this large baobab tree
In the Alandi temple complex, a large holy peepal tree is circled several times by worshippers
From this mango tree, all Dussheri mangos are descended. Its fruits are reserved for the family of the Nawab of Lucknow.
On the first of the Himalayan ridges at Mussoorie, next to Landour Language School, the roots of and oak tree grow over the tomb of a Sufi saint.
Banshi means flute, and under this banyan tree a young Krishna played his music
At a monastery next to the sacred Rewalsar Lake, two American Magnolia trees planted by the Dalai Lama serve as representatives of his and the Panchen Lama’s role in Tibetan Buddhism
A sacred tree just outside the Hadimba cedar grove, dedicated to Ghatotkach
The longest of Meghalaya’s fantastic living root bridges, made by patiently guiding the roots of a rubber tree across a ravine