Enormous fig tree at Ajaypal, Rajasthan, India. This is the single largest tree within 20 kilometers of Pushkar, with a crown diameter of 150 feet. It's home to langur monkeys. Fig trees are sacred to Hindus and are commonly found at temples. This temple site dates to the 7th century.
Photo ID: Brett-Cole-India-06351
Photo size: 15.8 Mpixels (45.3 MB uncompressed) - 4875x3250 pixels (16.2x10.8 in / 41.3x27.5 cm at 300 ppi)
Photo keywords: Ajaypal, desert, farm, fig, fog, Hindu, India, langur, monkey, Pushkar, Rajasthan, tractor, tree
Published in: India Temples, Pushkar, India Farming, Hinduism, Desert, Monkeys