Group of people climb Indian rock formation to mark death anniversary of folk hero

A group of people scaled a rock pillar in western India to mark the 351st death anniversary of a famed historic warrior. The group climbed the Wazir Sulka at Mahuli Fort in Maharashtra to pay tribute to Tanaji Malusare on February 4. Tanaji Malusare is famous in India for capturing Kondhana Fort on February 4, 1670. The climbers can be seen holding up saffron cloths and chanting slogans. The group for the ascent included a seven-year-old girl named Dhruyi Ganesh Padwal, and a twelve-year-old named Yuvraj Jadhav.