How Mumbai grappled with the threat of Cyclone Nisarga

While the financial capital largely escaped its wrath, the impending sense of doom—and a degree of aftermath—clouded over the city on June 3
Curated By: Aditi Tailang
Published: Jun 4, 2020

Image by : Pramod Thakur/Hindustan Times via Getty Images

  • How Mumbai grappled with the threat of Cyclone Nisarga
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Strong wind and showers at Band Stand, Bandra, as tropical cyclone Nisarga hit the shores on June 3, 2020 in Mumbai, India. Alibaug witnessed wind speeds of up to 120 kilometres per hour. Although the cyclone made the landfall just 95 kilometres from Mumbai, the Maharashtra capital largely escaped its wrath