Question 1: They are located near the ________ in Lam Tsuen.
Question 2: In ________, the banyan tree is considered sacred and is called "Vat Vriksha." God Shiva as Dakshinamurthy is nearly always depicted sitting in silence under the banyan with rishis at his feet.
Question 3: A banyan is a fig that starts its life as an epiphyte when its ________ germinate in the cracks and crevices on a host tree (or on structures like buildings and bridges).
Question 4: What genus does Banyan belong to?
Question 8: The name was originally given to and comes from F. benghalensis ________ where early travellers observed that the shade of the tree was frequented by or Indian traders. banias
Question 9: It is meant to symbolize the unity of ________ - one country with many far-flung roots.
Question 10: ________ references the banyan in his 1990 song Spirit Voices, from the album The Rhythm of the Saints.