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List of Indian state trees

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

State Common name Scientific name Image
Andhra Pradesh Neem Azadirachta indica
Arunachal Pradesh Hollong Dipterocarpus macrocarpus
Assam Hollong Dipterocarpus macrocarpus
Bihar Sacred fig Ficus religiosa
Chhattisgarh Sal Shorea robusta
Goa Asna Terminalia elliptica
Gujarat Mango Mangifera indica
Haryana Sacred fig Ficus religiosa
Himachal Pradesh Deodar Cedrus deodara
Jammu and Kashmir Himalayan Horse Chestnut Aesculus indica
Jharkhand Sal Shorea robusta
Karnataka Sandalwood Santalum album
Kerala Coconut Cocos nucifera
Lakshadweep Bread fruit Artocarpus altilis
Meghalaya White teak Gmelina arborea
Madhya Pradesh Banyan Ficus benghalensis
Maharashtra Mango Mangifera indica
Manipur Indian Mahogany Toona ciliata
Mizoram Iron wood Mesua ferrea
Nagaland Alder Alnus nepalensis
Odisha Ashwatha[1] Ficus religiosa
Puducherry Bael Fruit Tree Aegle marmelos
Punjab Indian Rosewood Dalbergia sissoo
Rajasthan Khejri Prosopis cineraria
Sikkim Rhododendron Rhododendron niveum
Tamil Nadu Palmyra palm Borassus
Telangana Mahua Madhuca longifolia
Tripura Agar
Uttarakhand Burans Rhododendron arboreum
Uttar Pradesh Ashoka tree Saraca asoca
West Bengal Chatim Alstonia scholaris [2]

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