Our lives have changed in the past few months along with our cities and surroundings. Take a look at rare images of the solitary beauty of some Indian cities amid the coronavirus nationwide lockdown.
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New Delhi’s usually bustling Connaught Place – one of the largest businesses, commercial and financial centres in Delhi, seen here in an uncommonly empty sight.
Bengaluru’s Vidhana Soudha – the largest legislative building in India, stands deserted amid the nationwide lockdown.
Kolkata, West Bengal
On a typical day, the Kolkata High court – one of the city’s greatest architectural triumphs, is surrounded by the buzz of the city.
A lonely sight – Rabindra Sarobar Lake area in Kolkata.
An aerial view of Mumbai’s grand and monumental Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, which is usually overflowing with people, stands isolated in the city that never sleeps.
Mumbai’s prominent Marine Drive – seen here undisturbed.
The city of Pune, fondly known as the “Queen of the Deccan”, experienced a rare sight amidst the lockdown.
An empty street in Pune.
A lone fisherman on a usually brimming beach in Goa.
On normal days, an empty beach in Goa is highly unlikely.
The empty roads of the Heritage city of Ahmedabad is an exceptional and a bizarre sight for the beholder.