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Due to lockdown, the air got so clean, Himachal mountains appeared
In Himachal Pradesh, the mountains of Dhauladhar Range of Himalayas are starting to appear from Jalandhar (Jalandhar). Actually, the air has become very clear due to 21 days of country wide lockdown. There is neither pollution in the air nor dust-mud and fumes of smoke. Overall, the greatest benefit of lockdown has been to the environment.
Let us tell you that the Dhauladhar Mountain Range in Himachal Pradesh is spread between Kangra and Mandi district.
The number of patients of COVID-19 (COVID-19) is increasing day by day. Lockdown has been done in many countries around the world. To prevent the spread of Coronavirus infection, all the people are being asked repeatedly to stay safe in their homes. In view of this, all offices, malls, schools, universities, religious institutions, public transport and even the exit of people's homes have been banned. The result is that the poisonous air has become extremely clean.
In India too, the movement of vehicles is stopped and factories are completely closed. In the national capital Delhi, where the air is generally very bad, the AQI was also recorded below 95 last week. At the same time, a huge decline in air pollution has also been recorded in Mumbai.
The mighty Dhauladhars in Himachal Pradesh are now visible from Jalandhar as the air gets cleaner due to lockdown. Never thought this was possible!
First pic is from a DSLR and second from a mobile phone camera.
Pics courtesy colleague @Anjuagnihotri1pic.twitter.com/IFGst3jP8k