|Grey Langur Semnopithecus entellus
(aka Hanuman Langur, Himalayan Langur)
The Grey Langur is distributed from the Himalayas south throughout most of India and into Sri Lanka.
It is considered by some authorities as monotypic but others split it into 7 species which vary in size (largest in the north, smallest in the south), colouration and the amount of sexual dimorphism particularly in the relative size between males and females.
There is an excellent page at Primate Info Net.
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