Bengaluru, March 25 (IANS) Former India captain Anil Kumble, known for his passion for photography, is spending his time at home by digging into his archive of pictures.
"Staying at home and going through my archives had some sweet outcomes. Sloth bear snapped at #DarojiBearSanctuary #Karnataka," Kumble said in a tweet.
The legendary leg-spinner had earlier underlined the importance of staying at home after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a pan-India lockdown for 21 days on Tuesday night.
"Please Understand the gravity of the situation. #IndiaFightsCorona #StayHomeStaySafe and stay healthy. As advised by our Honourable PM @narendramodi Ji Let us follow a complete lockdown," Kumble had tweeted.
India's Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane also urged people to not panic buy and stay at home.
"In this situation, we need to support our government. They are doing everything to ensure our well-being. Request everyone to stay inside their homes and refrain from panic buying," Rahane said in a tweet.
In India, more than 500 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported till now and 11 lives have also been lost.
Earlier, India skipper Virat Kohli and actress wife Anushka Sharma also requested citizens to stay at home during the lockdown.