The feathery leaved tree framed by the other trees is the Amla tree. There is an interesting story about the tree.
In the ancient times,the beautiful Princess Sukanya accidentally pierced the eyes of the old sage Chyavan, who was meditating sitting in an ant-hill. Sukanya's father, fearing the wrath of the sage, married her off to the blind old sage. Sukanya looked after her husband tenderly, and soon fell in love with him. One day , the gods' physicians, the twin Ashwini Kumars, visited them in human form. Pleased with Sukanya, they asked Chyavan to take a bath with them in the nearby lake. When they emerged from the lake, all the three were looking alike - like young and handsome men. They asked Sukanya to tell who her husband was. In a daze, Sukanya looked at her favourite Amla tree and saw its long shadow. Immediately she knew who her husband was- the man with the shadow. The gods cast no shadow as they are beings of light.
The Ashwini Kumars were pleased with Sukanya's cleverness and love for her husband, and they taught Chyavan the secret recipe for Chyavanprash, which keeps one youthful till the natural end of one's life.