From Taj Mahal to Howrah Bridge, clicks of 10 famous places in India amid lockdown | In Pics
Flickering lights in Jama Masjid on the occasion of Ramadan. This may have happened for the first time in thousands of years when the Jama Masjid in Delhi was in silence during the month of Ramadan. As per the latest data by the Union Health Ministry, Delhi has recorded 2,918 cases with 54 fatalities.
The iconic Gateway of India in Mumbai filled with pigeons. Usually, there are about hundreds of visitors only a daily basis until its closure at around 10 pm. It is located next to the Taj Hotel. People also flock to the destination to board ferries to visit the Elephanta Caves located at an hour distance via sea route.
View of Jaipur's Hawa Mahal amid coronavirus lockdown. The stature holds an important place in the pink city as people come from various parts of the country to visit the site. The state of Rajasthan has so far recorded 2,185 cases with 33 deaths. At least 518 patients have been cured and discharged.
Hyderabad's famous mosque Charminar looks deserted amid coronavirus lockdown. The centre has announced that Muslims should pray from home and prevent any gathering to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The state of Telangana has recorded 1,002 cases which include 26 fatalities. At least 280 people have been treated and cured.
A person reciting namaz on the second day of Ramadan, on the banks of Dal Lake in Kashmir during a nationwide lockdown. The lake is also an important source for commercial operations in fishing and water plant harvesting. Jammu and Kashmir has reported 523 cases of COVID-19 which includes 6 deaths. At least 137 patients have been cured.
Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world, is also deserted as visitors are not allowed to enter the site amid coronavirus lockdown. The picture shows the Yamuna river looking clean that ever before. In UP, the confirm COVID-19 cases have increased to 1,955 which includes 55 deaths. At least 335 people have been cured.
View of the iconic the Howrah Bridge during the COVID-19 lockdown in Kolkata. It is located next to the Howrah station and Eden Gardens Stadium. The state of West Bengal has recorded 649 cases of coronavirus which includes 20 fatalities. A total of 20 people have also recovered from the pandemic.
Mumbai's sea link that connects Bandra to Worli and Versova. The iconic bridge looks majestic at any time of the day or night. The metropolitan city is among the worst affected in the country. According to the Public Health Department, the tally in Mumbai has surpassed 5,000 with over 200 deaths. At least 897 patients have been discharged.
View of India Gate amid coronavirus lockdown. If you can notice the sky blue skies in the background with birds in the air, you will get a clear idea about the level of pollution that has dipped in last one month period. As per the latest data by the Union Health Ministry, Delhi has recorded 2,918 cases with 54 fatalities.
Dogs taking bath at the Calangute Beach in Goa. The state has reported the least number of cases in the country till date. All seven people who had tested positive last month have been cured. But, on the financial front, the economy is hit hard as its a tourist destination