A tree sacred to Krishna grows at a temple near the sacred Lake of Rewalsar, nestled in the pine-mountains of Himachal Pradesh
This tree, one of the largest in the entire Spiti Valley, was only quickly photographed from the window of a share-jeep hurtling down the highway
This poplar tree offers some shade to the foreigners queuing to get an Inner-line permit into the restricted mountain border region
A tamarind tree at Ram Bagh, in Agra, where the first Mughal Gardens were first brought to India from Persia.
This palm tree in the corner of the Taj Mahal Garden is named for Ustad Lahauri, who designed and built the monument
This mimusops tree is for Aurangzeb, who eventually successfully struggled for the throne after Shah Jehan, the builder of the Taj Mahal
This old tree with a broken branch can remind one of Shah Jehan’s broken heart when his wife Mumtaz Mahal died in childbirth
A banyan tree grows on the right side of the Taj Mahal gardens.
A large Mimusops, prominently visible as you look towards the Taj Mahal
A small mosque at the Agra Cantonment Rail Station is shadowed by a ficus tree.