The following is a list of notable Banyan trees in India. Trees listed here are regarded as important or specific by its historical, national, locational, natural or mythological context. Some researches found that there are less than 150 Banyan trees left in India. The list includes actual Banyan trees located throughout the India.
Kabirvad, Gujarat is one of the biggest banyan tree in India. Currently the area of its canopy is 17,520 m2 (4.33 acres) with a perimeter of 641 m (2,103 ft). Named after saint Kabir, it is one of the most famous destination for tourists in Gujarat near Bharuch city.
The Great Banyan in the botanical garden near Kolkata, a clonal colony of Indian Banyan with a crown circumference of over 330 meters.
The 450-year-old giant Banyan tree at Adyar in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, in the grounds of the Theosophical Society headquarters under which people listened to discourses by luminaries such as J. Krishnamurti, Annie Besant and Maria Montessori.
Chosath Yogini temple: a 1000 year old Banyan tree, located in Maharajpur, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh (India), spread in 50000sq feet, the biggest banyan tree of central India
Pirbaba's Taroda sacred grove is located in Amravati district, Maharashtra. In there, there is a huge banyan tree spread over 2.5 acres of land inside the grove due to which is considered a "sacred tree."