After the monstrous winds of Cyclone Amphan pummeled West Bengal and Odisha on Wednesday, Bhubaneswar had some respite. After the devastating cyclone handed over the town, the skies had a pink and purple makeover.
Twitter was crammed with pictures of the gorgeous hue of the sky with motivational notes that humanity endures all of it and comes out victorious.
The gorgeous sky was absolutely a pleasing sight for a lot of who had endured a scary few hours as Cyclone Amphan uprooted timber, broke home windows, and left behind a path of destruction because it moved to Bengal to hammer the state.
After passing cyclone then the following couple of minutes the sky is pink at Bhubaneswar.. pic.twitter.com/MT6HNhRXql
— Abhijit Dhal (@DhalAbhijit2000) May 21, 2020
Sundown pink and the blue sky with fluffy clouds. Wonderful! 😊
Bhubaneswar skyline this night.
Pic Courtesy: my sister pic.twitter.com/LBIxt1Tq1h
— Arabinda Okay Padhee (@arvindpadhee) May 21, 2020
— Niharika Sahoo (@niharikasahoo) May 20, 2020
— Meet Khant (@meetkhant) May 21, 2020
Purple sky makes all the things appear magical. This bliss is sprinkled by our almighty after the cyclone handed. #Odisha#Bhubaneswar#India#AmphanUpdates#poem#CyclonicStormAMPHANpic.twitter.com/HKQNXXXH5l
— Arpita Aparajita Badajena (@ArpitaAparajita) May 20, 2020
Over 5 lakh folks have been taken to shelters in West Bengal and over one lakh in Odisha, the Nationwide Catastrophe Response Drive (NRDF) chief stated on Wednesday. 72 folks have died in Bengal because of the calamity other than the in depth injury to cover.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi might be conducting an aerial survey of West Bengal and Odisha to evaluate the injury attributable to the cyclone.
Cyclone Amphan is barely the second “tremendous cyclone” to kind over the Bay of Bengal since data started, and the primary since 1999. Odisha was hit by an excellent cyclone that left almost 10,000 useless in 1999.