India witnesses an unprecedented 'janta curfew' on Sunday
Streets were deserted and shops were shuttered across the country
'Janta curfew' brought rare sights pan India
Shortly after the self-imposed curfew got underway at 7 a.m.
The roads, markets and stations were deserted.
This was probably the first time in the Indian history when 'Janta ' volunteered to stay indoors
Most happening and crowded places like Marine Drive in Mumbai remained deserted
Jama Masjid in Delhi and the market places too remained deserted
At 5 PM the socially distanced nation united by reverberating claps, thalis and conchs
The government announced further measures to contain the spread of the virus.
Only essential services will be allowed in 75 districts with confirmed coronavirus cases
Passenger train services across the country have been suspended until March 31
The active Covid-19 cases rose to 341 and the death toll increased to 6
People kept themselves indoors as part of the Janta cufew social distancing exercise.
All markets and establishments, except essential goods and services remained closed