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This is a list of Indian state (and union territory) trees:

State Common name Scientific name Image
Andhra Pradesh Margosa Azadirachta indica GntNeemTree.jpg
Arunachal Pradesh Hollong Dipterocarpus macrocarpus
Assam Hollong Dipterocarpus macrocarpus
Bihar Sacred fig Ficus religiosa Ficus religiosa Bo.jpg
Chhattisgarh
Goa Asna Terminalia elliptica Water storage in terminalia tomentosa.JPG
Gujarat
Haryana Sacred fig Ficus religiosa Ficus religiosa Bo.jpg
Himachal Pradesh Deodar Cedrus deodara Cedrus deodara Himalajazeder.JPG
Jammu and Kashmir Almond tree Prunus dulcis Almendro en flor4.JPG
Jharkhand Sal Shorea robusta Sal (Shorea robusta)- old leaf at Jayanti, Duars W Picture 122.jpg
Karnataka Sandalwood Santalum album Sandal leaf.jpg
Kerala Coconut Cocos nucifera Starr 031209-0059 Cocos nucifera.jpg
Lakshadweep Bread fruit Artocarpus altilis Uru-tahiti1.jpg
Meghalaya White teak Gmelina arborea Gmelina arborea bark I IMG 3543.jpg
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra Mango Mangifera indica Mangifera indica. Tropical Brazil.JPG
Manipur Indian Mahogany Toona ciliata Starr 020803-0078 Toona ciliata.jpg
Mizoram Iron wood Mesua ferrea MesuaFerrea IronWood.jpg
Nagaland Alder Alnus incana rugosa leaves.jpg
Orissa Sacred fig Ficus religiosa Ficus religiosa Bo.jpg
Pondicherry
Punjab Indian Rosewood Dalbergia sissoo Dalbergia sissoo Bra24.png
Rajasthan Khejri Prosopis cineraria Jhand (Prosopis cineraria) at Hodal W IMG 1191.jpg
Sikkim Rhododendron
Tamil Nadu Palmyra palm Borassus Borassus flabellifer.jpg
Tripura Agar Gelidium amansii
Uttarakhand Rhododendron
Uttar Pradesh Ashoka tree Saraca asoca Sita-Ashok (Saraca asoca) leaves & flowers in Kolkata W IMG 2272.jpg
West Bengal Devil Tree Alstonia scholaris [1] Alstonia scholaris.jpg

See also

References

  1. ^ "Occastional Paper-5, Plant Wealth of The Raj Bhavan, Kolkata" (PDF). Website on The Raj Bhavan, Kolkata from Government of India portal. 2008-03. pp. p.16. http://rajbhavankolkata.gov.in/pdf/occasional%20paper5.pdf. Retrieved 2008-12-23.  

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