Tata’s No-Dogs Inspiration Miner

At the crumbling old British-exclusive Watson’s Hotel, where Jamshedji Tata, the Parsee Indian industrialist, once saw a sign saying “No Dogs or Indians Allowed”, a banyan tree is doing its part to destroy this legacy building. His hotel, built on the waterfront, is now the world famous Taj, symbol of Indian pride and independence

Parsee Plumeria

Near the Parsi well sacred site by Churchgate Station, this lovely Plumeria tree serves as a nice storage site for the Maidan sportsfield gardener’s tools.

The Walking Mango

Planted by the original Parsi settlers in India, this curious tree has been on the move- it has the unique ability for its branches to take root and crawl along the ground.