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No need to be sorry for that. Sometimes you have to "capture" in suboptimal conditions or lose it :-)
Sorry about the images being dark, but given the conditions, I tried my best. Thanks for the suggestions, Scott Frazier, but I will have to do a bit more research. It will most probably be Calotes versicolor.
The images were so dark so I lightened one to assist me in trying to identify your species. I added this in as the 4th image. You may keep or delete this image as you wish. It is a Calotes species, not Calotes rouxii (a possibility from its range), so I am suggesting Calotes versicolor, an extremely variable species that is consistent with your image.
Photos are really dark
Spotted on Nov 7, 2015 Submitted on Nov 17, 2015
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