Sundar Balakrishnan


I had in the month of April, 2016 with the help of Ardra Pravesha chart predicted that till August, 2016 that there will be below average rain. You can see the conclusion part of my article. Read..

In the above article the prediction was done only till August end 2016. My prediction on a “All India” basis was very clear, where I had predicted that between July 11th to 31st we will have heavy rains and thereafter no rains or below average.

In the latest report for period up to August 24, 2016 as per IMD, the rainfall is below average of 2%. Refer…

You all will remember, IMD had safely predicted above average rainfall of 107% for the whole rainy season. As per the above link where all India map is given, it is clear that except Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, the other regions have either been average or below rainfall. Assam, Meghalaya, Punjab, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Saurashtra and Kutch, Daman & Diu, Coastal Karnataka and Kerala, have received deficit rainfall. The other regions have had average rainfall. As per the website of IMD (in the link provided above), the definition of AVERAGE rainfall is + or – 19%. The EXCESS rainfall is + 20%.

Now in this article, I have given the prediction for September, 2016 broken up in 3 parts of 10 days each. The following is the summary.

Period wise Rainfall for September.
Period Wise Analysis Sept 2016

Consolidated Rainfall for September
Rain Consolidated Sept 2016

From the above, the rains will be in the 1st week of September, 2016. Thereafter the rainfall will be below average and start receding.

Sundar Balakrishnan
B.Com., MFM Finance (NMIMS)
2 Year Jyotirvid and 3 Year Jyotirvisharad
(From Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, Mumbai)
Faculty of Astrology at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai.
Date: 29th August, 2016
Time: 11.30 PM, Mumbai

public comments
    At least the astrological rainfall prediction is much more accurate than the so called scientific IMD rainfall prediction for Bharat as a whole. Piyus.

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