SRINAGAR: These sights are nothing new to Kashmir. What makes it different is that around 13 million people living in Jammu and Kashmir have joined millions of people within and outside India to stay safe from a virus that has wreaked havoc across the world. Already 13597 people are reported killed across the world. The lockdown is part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Janata curfew’, aimed at obstructing the infection by resorting to social distancing. Kashmir is under lockdown for the last four days as the administration is considering it to take further, till the end of March. Kashmir Life photojournalist Bilal Bahadur visited Srinagar peripheries to capture the different moods of life that literally did not see on the streets.