Khejri trees are called Kuldevi trees by the Bishnoi community Rajasthan. The Bishnois are deeply concerned about the dwindling number of these trees due to the development of renewable energy projects. Khejdi, the tree that gives life to the desert. Most of the trees are more than 5 meters in height and thorny. Khejdi belongs to the acacia family. Nutrient-rich khejdi pods are harvested and dried for cooking in a traditional Rajasthani dish called ‘Ker Sangri’. The Khejri tree protects life in the deserts. In northern India, it is possible to partially trace the cultural influence of Khejri throughout history. Rajasthani Khejri tree neither huge like the African baobab nor majestic like the flamboyant one of Madagascar.