We have been hearing stories from around the world about how nature is blossoming again as countries come to a standstill because of the coronavirus pandemic. Another story that has emerged is from India where people in Jalandhar, Punjab awoke to the surprising sight of the mighty Himalayan Range.Also Read - Youngest Differently-abled Chess Prodigy From India Donates Prize Money to PM Cares Fund

It seems with the country in lockdown, the air became pollution free and clear and that too after a long time. The sighting of the majestic Dhauladhar Mountain Range left residents of Jalandhar excited and thrilled, as thick smog had covered their view for years. As news spread, more and more people gathered on rooftops to catch a glimpse. Also Read - Coronavirus Lockdown in India Might Get Extended Until September, Warns a New Report

Many clicked photos of the view and shared them on their social media sites, with some stating it is their first time spotting the range. Also Read - Nature Reclaims Its Glory, Ozone Layer Heals, Amidst Coronavirus Lockdown

From the reactions that poured in, it appears that many did not know the mountain range could be viewed from Jalandhar.

Sad to say that it took a virus to clear the air and bring out the beauty of nature once again for humans to enjoy.