Cobra’s Hood Flag
In the basalt peaks above Mumbai, the precipitous Cobra’s Hood is crowned by a single tree
- State: Maharashtra
- Locality: Khandala: Above Khandala, near Lonavla, on the summit of the Nagphani/ Cobra’s Hood/ Duke’s Nose peak
- Common name: Sindhuvara or Nirgundi: This tree from subtropical Asia is planted around the world for its medicinal values
- Botanical species: Vitex negundo
- Botanical family : Lamiaceae [Mint]
- Latitude: 18.74158761 ° north of the Equator
- Longitude: 73.35854987 ° east of the Prime Meridian
- Altitude: 599.4 metres above sea level
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- Shooting Southwards
- Path : From Mumbai inland to Maharashtra, then south into Andhra and Karnataka and coastal Tamil Nadu
- Date photographed: 10.01.09
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For the landmarked tree named Cobra’s Hood Flag , the database reference code is: d020.
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