It often happens that snakes, scorpions, and dangerous creatures hide in the bonnet of a car. Many times people recognize them but many times get cheated. Can you identify this creature hidden in the bonnet of a car? Probably not. We tell This is Goh. The rage of angry nature can injure you with its tail. A special kind of tool is used for its rescue. Which is with snake catchers and forest department officials. If such a creature enters your car, try not to remove yourself. Seek the help of the forest department or an experienced snake catcher.
One such case has come from Sampoornand Colony of Sirohi, Rajasthan. Goh’s entry into a parked car caused panic. The nervous family immediately informed the snake catcher Raju Panwar. Arrived on the spot, Raju grabbed Goh and left him in a safe forest.
The people of the colony said that a goh entered inside a house with a rustle. A car was parked inside the house. Whose bonnet was hidden in the bonnet? Seeing this dangerous creature, the family came to panic. Raju, who catches Goh, tells that – ‘I reached the spot as soon as I got the information. After nearly an hour’s effort, it was successful in catching Goh ‘. After capturing Goh, Raju filled it in a bag and left it in the forest. Children play around the house where Goh entered. At the right time, people’s eyes fell on Goh or else something untoward could happen.
Learn about Goh –
Six species of Gohs are found in India, of which Kavra Goh is the most famous. Its children are brightly colored, with dots lying on their back and which people in our country consider as another organism named Biskhopra. People believe that undercover is very poisonous, but in reality it is not. Bilkopara is no separate organism but Goh’s children are not poisonous.
Shivaji’s commander Tanaji enlisted the help of a Goh named Yashwanti in the war.
– Shivaji’s commander Tanaji had a Goh. Whose name was Yashwanti. Tanaji used to tie the rope in his waist and throw it upwards on the wall of the fort and it used to stick to the wall like a Goh lizard. Holding this rope, they climbed the fort wall.