Do You Know How Cyclones Are Named? Here’s The Logic Behind All The Cyclone Names & How They’re Named
Recent ga AP lo cyclone vachina vishayam andariki telisinde. ‘Gulab’ aa ante mari Jamun ekkada ani kondharu vetakaranga navvukunte, Gulab ante Hindi lo rose kadha asala daniki diniki samabandam enti abha ani mari kondaru. Ilanti doubts ippative kadandoi eppati nundo manalo chaala mandiki unnayi.
Pyaar, Nilam, Gaja, Varadh, Hudhud, Titli and now Gulab. Ee cyclone names vinte asala enduku ala pettaru ani chaala sarlu anukuni untam. Meeku reason already telisi unte it’s okay. Ahaa telidhu ante okay carry on with the lines. Asala enduku ala pedataru, aa names ki related areas or particular source emaina unda? Ee doubts anni clarify avvadaniki saradaga ee article chadavandi meeke ardam avutundi.
History of naming Cyclones :
Hurricanes, Cyclones, Typhoons all are identically the same but different tropical storms ki different names. For example Atlantic ocean ki Hurricanes ani, Indian Ocean ki Cyclones ani, Pacific ki Typhoons ani antam. Back 19th-century lo hurricanes ki naming vundedi. Ey place ayithe aa hurricane hit ayindo daniki related names pettevalu or akkada Saint name pettevalu. Dhani base chesukune Cyclones ki names pettadam start chesaru.
20th century lo western meteorologists Cyclones ki some common women names use chesaru. But adhi gender bias avadam tho that act was abolished. Next konni regions local names propose chesayi rather than European and American words. Even that was not justified. 2000 lo WMO (World Meteorological Organization) ila kadhu ani North Indian Ocean base chesukuni vuna countries ante Oman, India, Srilanka, UAE, Qatar, Pakistan, Thailand, Bangladesh.. ila konni list of names suggest cheyali ani, daniki
related ga the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal lo vache Cyclones anitiki aa names pettali ani decide ayyaru and ee job IMD (Indian Meteorological Department) teesukundi.
Initial ga konni disturbances unna 2004 natiki complete ga act loki vachindi. The first name in India is given as ‘Onil’ (named by Bangladesh) for the cyclone that occurred in September 2004.
Process of naming :
Countries names alphabetical order lo place chesi oka list complete ayyaka second list ki veltaru. And there are several criteria for the names dantlo main ga, names ey country region or religion meedha base ayyi vundakudadu, political ga and cultural ga neutral words vundali, rude and cruel words vundakudadu, 8 is the character limit and previous names tho match avakudadhu. Every time it should be new. Ila konni rules vuntayi ivi anni IMD follow ayyi different countries suggest chesina names list ani
collect chesi WMO ki isthundi and WMO has the right to make any changes in the names.
List given on 2004 contributed by 8 countries :
New List given on 2020 by 13 countries :
Before ‘Gulab’, mana India lone oka cyclone vachindi and that was named as ‘Yaas’ which was suggested by Oman. ‘Amphan’ ane cyclone May 2020 lo vachindi and ade 2004 list lo last name. So they proposed another new list in 2020. ‘Gulab’ is the 3rd cyclone in 2021 and list lo 7th name. So next vache cyclone name ‘Shaheen’ avutadi.
Ippudu ardam ayyindi ga aa names ela pedatharo. It’s not based on the region of occurrence or not on any particular source but Cyclones vache order and aa list sequel ga vuntayi. So vere countries suggest chesina name and mana area lo vache cyclone is how it related or sometimes mana suggest chesina names manake ravochu.
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