Now a stump, it appears that the Gurudwara’s caretakers cut down this ailing tree to expand the Gurudwara, which was actually named after the very same tree.
A treehouse built on the remants of an old large tree at Ram Bagh, in Amritsar
A now-dead cedar at a welcoming Tibetan monastery in McLeod Ganj serves as a post for colorful prayer flags
Not really a tree, but stone sculptures strongly resembling tree roots at Nek Chand’s famous Rock Garden
A small tree statue at the restaurant at Ranchi Rail Station. Bonus points if you can find the neon palm tree nearby!
Yet another neon palm tree, this one centrally placed in the busy New Market.
This water-starburst is the central feature in the courtyard of the enchanting and extensive Calcutta Museum on Chowringhee street
Yet another neon palm tree, near St Thomas Church, at the end of Sudder Street, Kolkata
A beautiful water-starburst tree, lit up near the Victoria Memorial
A dead, lacquered palmyra tree greets arrivals at Kolkata’s airport, near the baggage carousels.