The coronavirus outbreak has forced all of us to remain inside the house as it is the best way to save ourselves from the contagious virus considering the fact that there is no vaccine available in the market for this lethal disease. The Indian government imposed a 21 days lockdown so that the lives of people can be saved but the problem that is being faced by a number of persons is how to pass their time at home. There are some individuals who have the option of working from home so they are busy with their work but there are many who are using different ways to spend their time.
There is no denying the fact that lockdown will affect our economy in an adverse manner but there is something good as well which is happening due to this. Because of the lockdown, the pollution levels have gone very low and people are able to see sky clearly in many metro cities. Even wild animals were seen on the roads of some cities and the air in Delhi has also become breathable.
Lately, the residents of Jalandhar shared their happiness on Twitter as they started posting photos of Dhauladhar Range Mountains which they were able to see from the terraces of their houses. Till now, people were not able to see them clearly due to pollution but the sight is quite different and soothing to eyes now. While some netizens showed the reality, few thought of having fun by posting funny tweets, claiming that they can see aliens at Mars, Burj Khalifa, Pyramids, etc, from their houses in India.
Here are some of the selected tweets:
— MEMESwal (@Memeswal_) April 5, 2020
Because of no pollution, I can see Hanuman ji carrying Dronagiri parvat from Mumbai today. Nature is healing. pic.twitter.com/RDRNVOiQ40
— CT (@imch21) April 5, 2020
Because of no pollution, I can see Burj Khalifa from Noida today. Nature is healing. pic.twitter.com/YeQ1oc8tLx
— Trendulkar (@Trendulkar) April 5, 2020
— Vivek Kumar (@VivekKu35056255) April 5, 2020
Because of no pollution , I can see Egypt's Pyramids from Patna city 😍❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/R6ymv9HvvE
— Suraj Singh (@TheSuraj7) April 6, 2020
— Prateek (@kumarprateek86) April 6, 2020
— AdnanShakilFar1 (@AdnanShakilFar1) April 8, 2020
Because of no pollution, I can see Himalayan Mountains from Sinnar today. Haters will say it's Photoshop !😆😜 pic.twitter.com/YopnJFYUln
— gujarathi_dhokla (@gujrathi_dhokla) April 5, 2020
— 𝕏 (@RubaniMalik) April 7, 2020
— ・JiれXeĐ・ (@DhavleAjinkya) April 7, 2020
That is quite a great way to have some fun and staying happy even in tough times of COVID-19 which has been declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. Stay at home and stay safe!