A day under curfew: Music, yoga, bachelors’ khichri, they had their hands full
Noida: Residents across many highrises in Noida have not spent time sitting idle at home while 'janata curfew' was in progress on Sunday. They were busy in activities ranging from playing music, applying facial to assisting their partners in preparing delicacies in the kitchens.
Yudhvir Singh, a resident of Sector 77, said, ''It all began with a Yoga session and concluded on cleaning of entire home with the help of the entire family.''
Another resident of Sector 93A, Noida, Surya Prakash, said sitting at home, he along with his societies' fellow residents played Antakshari that kept him busy throughout the day while self-confinement or janata curfew was in progress.
He said they have online music group consisting of members who are fond of music. ''Children were also busy in learning how to make masks and assisting their mothers in folding warm cloths as winter is almost over.''
Many residents shared with CitySpidey their joy in self-confinement. Sandeep Singh, a resident of Sector 120 said, ''As entry of maids has been prohibited in the society, I washed utensils. That was one thing that I have done after a long time while at home.''
Recalling his bachelorhood, Dinesh Singh, another resident of Sector 121, Noida said he prepared khichdi in the same style as they used to cook while in hostel. He said, ''As I was at home for entire day, I applied facial at home.''