Doctors at a hospital in the Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir delivered a baby amid the earthquake that shook North India late Tuesday night.
The baby was born through a lower-segment Cesarean section.
"Emergency LSCS (lower-segment cesarean section) was going on at SDH (Sub District Hospital) Bijbehara, Anantnag, during which strong tremors of earthquake were felt," a tweet from the chief medical officer of the district read.
"Kudos to staff of SDH Bijbehara who conducted the LSCS smoothly and thank god everything is alright," added the post.
A video shared with the tweet showed how the medical staff kept their nerve and carried out their job as the room and everything around them shook, and even the lights went out. They could be heard chanting prayers.