In the early hours of Sunday, a moderate earthquake with a magnitude of 3.6 rattled Ayodhya, a city in Uttar Pradesh, as reported by the National Center for Seismology (NCS). The quake struck at 1 am local time, creating mild tremors in the region.
According to the NCS, the earthquake’s epicenter was located 215 kilometers north of Ayodhya, at a depth of 10 kilometers below the Earth’s surface. The NCS provided specific details, stating, “Earthquake of Magnitude: 3.6 occurred on 05-11-2023, 01:07:22 IST, Latitude: 28.73 & Longitude: 82.26, Depth: 10 km, Location: 215 km North of Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.”
Interestingly, just a day before, on Friday, there were seismic activities felt in Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) and several other parts of northern India. These tremors were caused by a much stronger earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4, originating in Nepal.