The Parijaat tree is a sacred baobab tree in the village of Kintoor, near Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh, India, about which there are several legends. It is a secured tree arranged in Barabanki locale of Uttar Pradesh, India. By the request of neighborhood area judge, any sort of harm to the tree is entirely disallowed. The tree is known as baobab in present day science which is begun in Sub-sahara Africa and thus its essence in the prolific place where there is India makes it uncommon.
Likewise the age of the tree is as yet not decided, which makes it very conceivable that the tree may have been planted by somebody who used to movement among India and Africa. The tree needs worldwide consideration of researchers to discover more about it. The tree is otherwise called 'the tree from heaven' because of its legendary essentialness. Kintur, around 38 kilometers east of the region base camp, Barabanki, was named after Kunti, mother of the Pandavas. There are a number antiquated sanctuaries and their remaining parts around this place.
Almost a sanctuary built up by Kunti, is an exceptional tree called Parijaat which is said to develop from Kunti's cinders. There are ious legends about this tree which have mainstream acknowledgment. One being that Arjun brought this tree from sky and Kunti used to offer and crown Lord Shiva with its blossoms. Another idiom being, that Lord Krishna brought this tree for his dearest ruler Satyabhama or Rukmini. Truly, however these platitude may make them bear or not, but rather the facts confirm that this tree is from an exceptionally antiquated foundation.