The only sound you can hear from the Rainforest Resort overlooking the Athirampilly Falls is of water plummeting down the mountains and joining gurgling streams. It was a heady experience to watch the Chalakudy river crashing down on hard granite rocks and breaking into a cloud of foamy spray in the lush landscape of the Sholayar range.
Forecasting and validation of rainfall for Barshi in Maharashtra based on astro-meteorological principle of rainfall conception
<p>Rainfall prediction has prime importance in an agrarian country like India, wherein the agricultural production is solely dependent on the monsoon rainfall. Among various astro-meteorological methods for rainfall forecasting, the Antariksha method, which is based on sky observations, is most popular.</p> <p><strong><a href="https://www.researchgate.net/publication/294265404_Forecasting_and_validation_of_rainfall_for_barshi_in_Maharashtra_based_on_astro-meteorological_principle_of_rainfall_conception" target="_blank">Original Source</a></strong></p>
CHALAKKUDY: Officials of the Vazhachal Divisional Forest Office seized the skin of a leopard and arrested Arjunan, 37, hailing from Upper Sholayar in Tamil Nadu on Tuesday. The Vazhachal Range Officer said that following information received by the Ernakulam Flying Squad DFO, an investigation was conducted. During the investigation, it was understood that a person residing at Valpara under the Vazhachal had handed over the skin to Arjunan for sale.