Updated: May 22, 2020 12:19:22 pm
While there are reports of the “super cyclonic storm” killing at least 10 in West Bengal, the authorities in Odisha are assessing the damage caused by the heavy rainfall that impacted several areas in the coastal districts.
However, amid the ongoing calamity in the States, the people of Bhubaneswar experienced some respite after the sky in the city turned pink. Many took to social media to share the beautiful sight. “My city is an example that we bloom with grace no matter how stormy the times be,” tweeted a user while sharing a picture of the evening sky.
— Sunil GURJAR (@SunilGU26988877) May 21, 2020
— BishnuMishra (@bapun1) May 20, 2020
— DEVI PRASAD PUHAN (@dpuhan) May 20, 2020
My city is an example that we bloom with grace no matter how stormy the times be. 🙂
— Naimisha (@SpeakNaimisha) May 20, 2020
— SitamMoharana_ANI (@SitamMoharana) May 20, 2020
— anil pradhan (@anilpradhan2009) May 20, 2020
Purple sky makes everything seem magical. This bliss is sprinkled by our almighty after the cyclone passed. #Odisha #Bhubaneswar #India #AmphanUpdates #poem #CyclonicStormAMPHAN pic.twitter.com/HKQNXXXH5l
— Arpita Aparajita Badajena (@ArpitaAparajita) May 20, 2020
Bhubaneswar Skies be the best. Cyclone Amphan gone forever. pic.twitter.com/g0bkWQuuCv
— Debadutta Samal (@6times6times) May 20, 2020
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