“ Smack dab among the residential apartment blocks of Andheri West sits this 61m-tall black basalt mountain that resembles a chocolate molten cake (unsurprisingly, as it was formed as result of Mesozoic Era molten lava squeeze). Climb the steep rock-carved staircase for panoramic views and the two Hindu temples set around a garden. ”
It's a rare geological occurrence that is similar to Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming and Devils Postpile National Monument in California. It's a 1.5km walk west from Andheri station.