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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly was one of the many who had to bear the brunt of Cyclone Amphan, but was fortunate that the only damage it caused at his house was the uprooting of a mango tree.

Ganguly, who lives in a palatial bungalow in the Behala area of Kolkata, had to save the age-old tree at his house which got uprooted due to the cyclone.

The former India captain posted a couple of pictures on his social media account, revealing details of the damage the cyclone caused to the tree.

"The mango tree in the house had to be lifted, pulled back and fixed again .. strength at its highest," Ganguly wrote.

Cyclone Amphan wreaked havoc in West Bengal and Odisha after making landfall on Wednesday evening, causing destruction to life and property in eastern India and Bangladesh, with at least 84 casualties in both countries.
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