The Trishul or Trident with three points is symbolic of the Trinity of Hinduism as well as the symbol of Lord Shiva, the ruling deity of the ancient city of Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India.
AS you follow the stem of the “Trishul”, in the picture below, you will see another Enchanting Trinity of “Three Trees”.
Have a closer look at the crown of the Three Trees or the Trinity as I call them.
Do see the trunks at the base carefully.
The Trunks of Three Trees have symbolically merged together forming a “Unified Trinity”.
The Base of the “Trinity of Trees” is also home to a very sweet but busy Open Air Temple.
The Shivling with the Earthen Pot suspended over it is another Symbol of Lord Shiva.
The First Tree with Broad leaves and tiny green berries is of an unidentified tree unknown to me thus far.
The Second Tree of the Trinity is the Tamarind Tree ( English) , Imli ( Hindi) , Tamarindus indica ( Scientific name) bears small leaves and grows tall and straight as if to touch the Blue Skies.
The Third of the Trinity is the Revered and Auspicious Peepal Tree ( English & Hindi), Ficus religiosa ( Scientific name) .
The Tree is also called Sacred Fig and is protected by all Religions that originated from the Indian Subcontinent. It is forbidden to cut this Revered Tree.
The tell tale leaves with a central extended Point is also called “Bodhi Tree” under which Lord Buddha himself attained Enlightenment.
The Featured Image shows up the Enchanting Green Trinity under Lights after Sunset when Prayers are offered to the River Kshipra on whose banks the Trinity Resides.