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Jalandhar Residents Wake up to View of Himalayan Range as COVID-19 Lockdown Leaves Air Cleaner

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Jalandhar Residents Wake up to View of Himalayan Range as COVID-19 Lockdown Leaves Air Cleaner

The Dhauladhar mountain range, part of the Himalayan range in Himachal Pradesh, became visible in Jalandhar after years as pollution dipped across Punjab.

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The Dhauladhar range in hHimachal Pradesh as seen in Jalandhar | Image credit: Twitter
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While the total 21-day lockdown, designed to fight the spread of coronavirus, has brought the country to a grinding halt, leaving the economy and livelihoods to in jeopardy, many Indians are finding solace in an unexpected yet likely outcome. With automobiles and industrial work shut down, pollution levels across India have witnessed a drastic fall.

Some of the most visible effects of reduced air pollution and smog, perhaps, surfaced in Jalandhar, Punjab where residents woke up to an unprecedented view - the snow-capped Himalayan range, visible to the naked eye.

The Dhauladhar mountain range, part of the Himalayan range in Himachal Pradesh, became visible as a dip in toxic emission levels, not just in India but across the world, led to clearer skies across the world.

The incident occurred on Friday, over a week since the lockdown was imposed on the midnight of March 24.

As more and more residents laid eyes on the entire Himalayan range from their rooftops, social media was filled with some delightful images.

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