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Suvrushti:Validation of Rain Conception Rain Delivery (RCRD) Theory of Varah Mihir for Monsoon 2016


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1 Yadnyakarma Bungalow, Kasarwadi, Barshi Taluka, Solapur Dist., Maharashtra, India
2 Flat No. 1005/06, Mayflower Building, Everest World, Kolshet Road, Thane-W, Maharashtra, India
3 Department of Agro-Meteorology, B.A. College of Agriculture, Anand Agriculture University, Anand - 388110, India
     

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The word ‘Monsoon’ has its origin in an Arabic word ‘Mausam’ which means ‘season’. The word which was originally referred to wind reversals in the Arabian sea, has come to mean the whole range of phenomena associated with annual weather cycles in Tropical and Sub-tropical Asia, Australia and Africa. Therefore, the study of Monsoon weather patterns is of great importance for farmers, students of environmental science and for all the citizens because Monsoon is the life-line of the countries, including India. Indian Monsoon is part of a much larger circulation, the Asian Monsoon.
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  • Suvrushti:Validation of Rain Conception Rain Delivery (RCRD) Theory of Varah Mihir for Monsoon 2016

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Sri Nanaji Kale
Yadnyakarma Bungalow, Kasarwadi, Barshi Taluka, Solapur Dist., Maharashtra, India
Anand Gaikwad
Flat No. 1005/06, Mayflower Building, Everest World, Kolshet Road, Thane-W, Maharashtra, India
Raghunath Kale
Yadnyakarma Bungalow, Kasarwadi, Barshi Taluka, Solapur Dist., Maharashtra, India
Vidyadhar Vaidya
Department of Agro-Meteorology, B.A. College of Agriculture, Anand Agriculture University, Anand - 388110, India

Abstract


The word ‘Monsoon’ has its origin in an Arabic word ‘Mausam’ which means ‘season’. The word which was originally referred to wind reversals in the Arabian sea, has come to mean the whole range of phenomena associated with annual weather cycles in Tropical and Sub-tropical Asia, Australia and Africa. Therefore, the study of Monsoon weather patterns is of great importance for farmers, students of environmental science and for all the citizens because Monsoon is the life-line of the countries, including India. Indian Monsoon is part of a much larger circulation, the Asian Monsoon.

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