The jaw-dropping Himalayas can clearly be seen in India for the first time in 30 years as India’s nation-wide Coronavirus lockdown continues.
With India’s 1.3 billion population on lockdown, the country has seen a dramatic fall in pollution.
And that massive reduction in pollution has cleared the air, revealing the most stunning of views over 120 miles away.
The Himalayas view can be seen from lockdown Jalandhar in Punjab. And the last time they were able to see the stunning mountain range from their homes was over 30 years ago.
The Himalayas mountain range is the world’s highest and includes the world’s tallest mountain, Everest.
The country has so far recorded 5,480 cases of Coronavirus with 164 deaths.
And, staying with India, a couple decided to name their children Corona and Covid after they were born during the lockdown.