Dhanuskoti will not be a super cyclone instead of the cyclone Javad character! Cyclone Jawad threatens in West Bengal coast with memory of Dhanuskoti Super Cyclone in Srilanka


Fear has been transmitted to change the direction of Javad

Fear has been transmitted to change the direction of Javad

According to meteorologists, every time a cyclone formed in the Bay of Bengal in December, the situation turned into a catastrophe. Thus, cyclones do not form in the Bay of Bengal at this time. And even if a cyclone is formed, it does not come towards Bengal or Orissa. This time his exception has happened. Jawad has changed its direction towards Bengal through Orissa. That is why fear has been transmitted.

Rare cyclone in Bengal in 129 years of history

Rare cyclone in Bengal in 129 years of history

In the 129-year history of cyclones, only one such incident occurred on the coast of Bengal. In 1971, a super cyclone hit the coast of Bengal. After the storm hit the Sundarbans region, it rushed towards Bangladesh. The result was enormous damage. The coast of Orissa has never been hit by another cyclone since 1993.

The 1974 Dhanuskodi Super Cyclone is frightening

The 1974 Dhanuskodi Super Cyclone is frightening

But this time the storm is not scaring Bengal or Orissa, but a storm that hit the coast of Sri Lanka in 1974. Then the naming would not have been a storm. The storm is still known as Dhanuskodi Super Cyclone. On December 23, 1974, Dhanuskoti was hit by a super cyclone. Dhanuskodi Island was almost wiped out by the storm. That is why it is known as Dhanuskodi Super Cyclone.

What happened on December 23, 1984, in the words of meteorologists

What happened on December 23, 1984, in the words of meteorologists

The character of this Dhanuskodi Super Cyclone was quite different. The character of Cyclone Javad is quite similar to him. That is why the meteorologists of Bengal are afraid of Jawad. If anything like that happens. What happened on December 23, 1984? Meteorologist Sujeeb Kar came on a popular TV show and explained the horrific incident of that day.

The super cyclone hit at a speed of 260 km

The super cyclone hit at a speed of 260 km

The cyclone lost strength on the way to the coast of Sri Lanka. Like Java, the cyclone was approaching Sri Lanka in the form of depression. When the depression was 20 km off the coast, Sri Lanka’s Dhanuskoti re-energized and hit the island. Dhanuskodi was washed away from Rameshwaram and cleared by the storm. After accumulating energy within 20 kilometers, it hit the island at a speed of 280 kilometers.

Dhanuskoti is the reason for fear before Jawad is hit

Dhanuskoti is the reason for fear before Jawad is hit

Meteorologist Sujeeb Kar gave another example of a sudden increase in the strength of an unseasonable storm. In 1993, a super cyclone swept across the Puri towards the island, crashing into the coast in the shape of a water column. Its effects also cause extensive wound damage. As a result, all these previous memories have become a cause of fear for Bengal and Orissa before Jawad is attacked this time.



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