On may 20th the super cyclone Amphan hit the shores of Bengal displacing approximately 3 million inhabitants. Rated catagory 5, it was one of the most deadliest of recent years with wind speeds crossing the 260 kmph mark. The first point it hit was the apex of Bay of Bengal, a deltaic region called the sunderbans, which has a history of devastating storms floods and cyclones. Dynt tagged along with some relief workers on their way to the deltas to track down the path of destruction.