Not really a tree, but stone sculptures strongly resembling tree roots at Nek Chand’s famous Rock Garden
Near the bus stand in New Manali, a large old cedar has died and is soon to crumble over the roadway
At a busy intersection beneath the Patang Tower on the Ahmedabad Riverside, a large Ailanthus tree stands still amidst the motorized traffic
At the Gateway of India, at a statue of Vivekenanda, the guru of Hinduism to the Western World, there is a large semal tree.
One of the first sights visible when exiting Victoria Terminus is this large peepal tree growing near the beautiful building of the Greater Mumbai Municipal Corporation
A frangipani tree near the summit of the spectacular Shivganga mountain
A small, straggling Ficus tree on the summit of Shivganga, decorated with bangles and witness to countless monkey-human food-grab interactions
On the ancient granite boulders of Gangabaoli, Hyderabad, an old imli tree grows between huge rocks, where children go to fly kites and adults go to watch the sun set.
Amongst the basaltic hills of the Western Ghats, and on the volcanic remnant spire of Kotligad fort, this tree is living off of the water stored in a tank in the fortified summit.
Like a flag on a hill, this tree at a small Sufi tomb is visible throughout western Mandu.