Two cyclones have brought heavy rains and floods to India and Rajasthan, disrupting travel and causing widespread damage.
The first cyclone, Asani, made landfall in Andhra Pradesh on May 12. The second cyclone, Tauktae, made landfall in Gujarat on May 17.
The two cyclones have caused widespread damage in both states. In Andhra Pradesh, Asani has caused at least 10 deaths and left thousands of people homeless. In Gujarat, Tauktae has caused at least 20 deaths and left millions of people without power.
The heavy rains and floods have also disrupted travel in both states. In Andhra Pradesh, the state government has closed all schools and colleges and has advised people to stay indoors. In Gujarat, the state government has suspended all train and bus services.
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned that more cyclones are likely to form in the Arabian Sea in the coming months. The IMD has advised people to stay updated on the weather conditions and to take necessary precautions.
Here are some of the ways that the cyclones have impacted travel in India and Rajasthan:
- Flights have been canceled or delayed.
- Train services have been suspended.
- Road travel has been disrupted due to flooding and landslides.
- Sea travel has been suspended.
The cyclones have also caused widespread damage to infrastructure, including roads, bridges, and power lines. This has made it difficult for people to travel and has also hampered relief efforts.
The Indian government is working to provide relief to those affected by the cyclones. The government has deployed teams of rescue workers and has provided food, water, and shelter to those who have been displaced.
The cyclones have had a devastating impact on India and Rajasthan. The government is working to provide relief to those affected, but it will take time for the region to recover.thumb_upthumb_downuploadGoogle itmore_vert