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 big tamarind of impressive age and gnarliness grown in the corner of an abandoned clearing in the mountain town of Murayur
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 big tamarind with a Nag shrine beneath it
The teacher of dualistic Hinduism , Madhyacharya, was born at Paajaka Kshetra where you can find this old peepal tree
A large banyan on the almost barren laterite highlands above Gokarna and Om Beach
When travelling south from Goa into Karnataka, as you cross the Kali River at Karwar, look over to the right side of the bridge to see a massive rain tree
One of the most impressive and widespread trees at Lal Bagh is a broad and spreading native Indian semal tree
A large banyan growing in a torn-up field in the heart of Bangalore.
In the shola montane rainforests of Longwood, near Ooty, a giant native Celtis forest dominates a hillside