Lightning has killed about 11 people in India while they were taking selfies.
The victims were said to be on top of the 12th Century Amer Fort, a watchtower located in Jaipur, northern India, when they were struck by lightning.
It was reported that some people jumped to the ground out of fear.
A shocking footage taken from a nearby building showed the huge bolt as it struck the tourist attraction, where a crowd of people had gathered to take pictures.
Anand Srivastava, a senior police officer, said most of the victims were young people.
More than 60 people died in lightning storms across northern states of India over the weekend.
Srivastava said at least nine more people were killed and almost 20 others were injured in separate lightning strikes, when the state of Rajasthan was lashed with thunderstorms and monsoon rains.
In Uttar Pradesh, 18 people were killed by lightning on July 11, a government official said.
Most of those killed were farm labourers working in fields.
The government has announced financial compensation for the families of the victims and those who were injured.
The Indian Meteorological Department has warned of more lightning in the coming days.