At least 350 people have been killed and more than 800,000 residents are displaced after torrential rains led to mass flooding in the Indian state of Kerala.
Record monsoon rains have brought the coastal southern state to a standstill since late May, triggering landslides and flooding that engulfed whole villages.
Thousands are feared still trapped by floodwaters following non-stop rainfall earlier this month.
Kerala’s finance minister TM Thomas Isaac told Al Jazeera that roughly 850,000 people had been moved to shelters over the last several days. He added that the number of displaced people who fled to family and friends outside the state could be over 1.5 million.
On Sunday, heavy rains subsided leaving rescuers limited time to deliver urgent aid and extract people still trapped in their homes.
Take a look at photos of the flooding below.