Sinhagad Fort Monitor
Below one of the communication towers on the rocky plateau of Sinhagad Fort, this tree is named after the Marathi general Tanaji’s 1670 capture of the fort, with the aid of a trained monitor lizard which climbed the ramparts and set a rope in place.
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