Here is why Indian Monsoon is becoming irregular

Outside India, there is hardly anything like regular seasons but due to increasing sinful activities and diminishing piety, now India too seems to have lost its regular seasons. This may sound like coming from ancient villages but, in reality, villagers are the right people to give the right knowledge to city dwellers

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India, supposedly the land of piety, used to have regular monsoon but lately due to negligence of faithfully conducted Vedic rituals (yes!) the seasons have become irregular. Outside India, there is hardly anything like regular seasons but due to increasing sinful activities and diminishing piety, now India too seems to have lost its regular seasons.

This may sound like coming from ancient villages but you will be surprised to know that villagers are the right people to give the right knowledge to city dwellers, especially when it comes to environmental changes caused by demigods, or devas, who are entrusted by God to manage various cosmic affairs. (Suggested read: Earthquakes on Steroids? Stop blaming the Earth!)

This year monsoon is expected to boost India’s economy but it remains to be seen where it lands and how it showers.

Vedic science is simple yet powerful. Bhagavad Gita stats:

annād bhavanti bhūtāni parjanyād anna-sambhavaḥ
yajñād bhavati parjanyo yajñaḥ karma-samudbhavaḥ

All living bodies subsist on food grains, which are produced from rains. Rains are produced by performance of yajña [sacrifice], and yajña is born of prescribed duties.

In his purport to this verse, Srila Prabhupada says: “The Supreme Lord, who is known as the yajña-puruṣa, or the personal beneficiary of all sacrifices, is the master of all the demigods, who serve Him as the different limbs of the body serve the whole. Demigods like Indra, Chandra and Varuṇa are appointed officers who manage material affairs, and the Vedas direct sacrifices to satisfy these demigods so that they may be pleased to supply air, light and water sufficiently to produce food grains.” (BG 3.14)

 

http://www.freepressjournal.in/mumbai/monsoon-arrives-in-mumbai-local-train-services-hits-mumbaikars/869131Mumbai: Mumbai has finally got its monsoon shower today morning, which led to train delay by 30 minutes on western and central railways. Due to technical problem Mumbai local train are disrupted between Kurla to Dadar moving slow towards CST. Monsoon arrives in Mumbai, local train services hit – Free Press Journal

 

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/Monsoon-arrives-in-AP-heavy-rain-likely-at-many-places-in-next-48hrs/2016/06/10/article3474695.eceVIJAYAWADA: Delayed by nearly a week, the southwest monsoon has finally arrived in Andhra Pradesh on Thursday. It advanced further into some parts of Rayalaseema and Coastal Andhra Pradesh by Thursday evening and is expected to cover the entire …The HinduCentral ChronicleNYOOOZ Monsoon arrives in AP, heavy rain likely at many places in next 48hrs – The New Indian Express

 

In its evening weather bulletin, the IMD pointed out that the southwest monsoon had further advanced over many parts of south Arabian sea, most parts of Kerala and Tamil Nadu , some parts of south interior Karnataka , remaining parts of south Bay of … Monsoon arrives in Kerala, good rains expected in coming days: IMD (Roundup) – Times of India

 

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/on-the-factors-that-determine-a-monsoon/article8713283.eceFor example, the sudden showers that greeted a parched Chennai on Monday and Tuesday could not be referred to as monsoon showers, even though they occurred on the dates when the monsoon was estimated to hit India (in Kerala) first. On June 8, the India …Skymet WeatherCentral Chronicle All that showers is not monsoon! – The Hindu