A small mosque at the Agra Cantonment Rail Station is shadowed by a ficus tree.
At the main intersection of Junagadh is a Sufi shrine with a broad neem tree shading it.
A coconut tree at the town mosque makes for a good landmark
A peepal tree growing at the gate of the incredibly popular Ashram of Sathya Sai Baba
A willow tree watches over a busy market street at the mosque in Leh, Ladakh’s capitol city.
In Jaipur’s Pink City is a banyan tree devoted to Sai Baba, a popular 20th century guru from Maharashtra
A mosque at the Jaipur Rail Station is shaded by a neem tree
Ajmer is the location of the Dargah for the perpetually popular Sufi saint Muinuddin Chisti, around which Akbar the Great built an elaborate mosque where you can find this tree at the gate
Like a flag on a hill, this tree at a small Sufi tomb is visible throughout western Mandu.
A sculpture representing a metal tree, and reminding us of the shared Deluge mythology throughout the world. Maybe a reminder of our postglacial window, and our pre-greenhouse world?