What This Tree Has Seen. . . . . . .

The students' first Banyan Tree at Adalaj Vav and they couldn't resist climbing !

The students’ first Banyan Tree at Adalaj Vav and they couldn’t resist climbing !

Left to right: Cassie, Matt, August, and Jennifer

I am including my former posts on this Banyan Tree and Adalaj Vav.  This is one of my favorite sties on the outskirts of Amdavad and part of the filming that the last group was involved  for the TV show.





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Thanks to Royd for the images!

Have any of my readers seen a Banyan Tree or a step well?   Water is more precious than gold in India!


This Is Incredible India!

About annetbell

I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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6 Responses to What This Tree Has Seen. . . . . . .

  1. Anne! hey I just started a blog. Take a peak. I once was lost and found


    • annetbell says:

      Wow, Maureen, I read it and am now a follower! You write very well. I really like how you take universal truth from your faith and have personal experiences as illustrations! I have always loved how you , such a spiritual giant to me, are so human and open with your spiritual journey!

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      • Anne! Thanks so much for the undeserved praise..unless by giant you mean the loping, crushing trees with every awkward step kind of giant….oh yes, that one…fee, fie foe fum…!! Now to make mine as visually appealing as yours…and I always enjoy your writing too..but it gives me wanderlust!!


      • annetbell says:

        You can go to Google Images and use pictures, Some can be used by permission and others are just in Public Domain. I try to remember ans say at the end of the post that images are from Google Images. . . Public Domain. I like you sleek look.

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  2. iku2e says:

    nice post. i have seen and we have big banyan trees around my villages 🙂


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