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Tryst with Trees

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  • 1. Sylvan seclusion: A panoramic view of Gurudwara Ritha Sahib, nestled among the hills of Uttarakhand.
  • 2. Roots of faith: Devotees at the sacred Ber (Ziziphus jujuba) tree in Gurudwara Ber Sahib at Sultanpur Lodhi.
  • 3. Awaiting the faithful?: The abandoned border shrine at Gurudwara Lahura Sahib, village Ghavindi, Lahore.
  • 4. Desert bloom: The sacred datun (Populus balsamifera) tree in Leh is situated in the midst of a narrow lane which is why it is without a building.
  • 5. Congenital twins: The Sahara (Crebulous aster) tree, growing conjointly with the giant peepal (Ficus religiosa) tree at Gurudwara Datun Sahib, Cuttack, Orrisa.
  • 6. Preserving for posterity: The sacred tahli (Dalbergia sissoo) tree in Gurudwara Tahli Sahib, Nawanshahr, has been carefully wrapped with cloth.
  • 7. Standing high: The large Peepal (Ficus religiosa) tree in Gurudwara Pipli Sahib, Amritsar.
  • 8. Faith and fervour: Devotees at the sacred Jand (Prosopis cineraria) tree at Gurudwara Jand Sahib in Gumti Kalan, Bathinda.
  • 9. Affirmation of faith: Devotees at the garna (Carissa opaca) tree in Gurudwara Garna Sahib, Dasuya, Hoshiarpur.
  • 10. Nature’s cradle: A devotee seeks blessings for her child at the karir (Capparis aphylla) tree in Gurudwara Karir Sahib in Littar, Ludhiana.
  • 11. Standing guard: Members of the Harian Velan sect at the sacred date palm tree, covered with green creepers, at Gurudwara Harian Velan, Bajraur, Hoshiarpur.
  • 12. Celestial glory: March 2005: The Kalp Vriksh (Mitragyna parvifolia) tree at Gurudwara Kalp Vriksh Sahib, village Attari, Ropar, unfolds into the sky as a giant umbrella.
  • 13. Green grandeur: The sacred, ageing Beri (Ziziphus jujuba) tree in Gurudwara Beri Sahib, Raikot, Ludhiana, is supported by stilts, yet bears fruit.
  • 14. In the evening of life - a green glow: Despite its age, the Reru (Acacia leucophloea) tree in Gurudwara Reru Sahib, Nandpur, Ludhiana has rich foliage and bears fruit.
  • 15. TRYST WITH TREES - Punjab’s Sacred Heritage - by D S Jaspal. A pictorial documentation of 50 sacred Sikh shrines named after 19 species of trees www.trystwithtrees.com To know more about the book, visit NOW AVAILABLE AS COFFEE TABLE BOOK FROM THOMSON PRESS, INDIA