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Day 12 of Garbottam started around midnight of 8th
January 2017 and ended around midnight of 9th January 2017..
The impact would be felt between 19th November
2017 2nd December 2017.
(1) Wind:- Still
air, occasional hot wind.
(2) Rain:- Nil.
(3) Lightening:- Nil.
(4) Thunder:- Nil.
By 7-AM bunches of clouds were sighted close to the sun. At 7-20 AM some of
them even crossed the Sun for a few seconds.
At 7-20 AM
Further on, there was no cloud
build-up. At 11 AM a small bunch of
cloud crossed the Sun for a few seconds.
At 11-00 AM
That was the end of whatever cloud
movement / build-up for the day. The sky was cloudless for the rest of the
(1) Terrestrial :- Behaviour
of birds normal.
(2) Atmospheric :-
(1) No breeze. (2) Hot and sunny day. 3) Not enough cloud formation.
(3) Planetary:- (1)
Stars and planets appeared bright (2) All planets were in Southern
Impact dates between 19th November
2017 and 2nd December 2017.
Rainfall support features:-
(1) Jupiter – Venus conjunction continues in this
fortnight which is known for supporting rainfall. It would last till 26th
November 2017. But in the absence of Garbottam today, it is doubtful how this
can facilitate rainfall. However if Daily Garbottam favours rainfall during
this fortnight, some rains can be expected.
(2) Venus will be in the western sky in the star
Vishaka during this fortnight. This favours rainfall.
(3) On 26th November 2017, Venus
enters the next sign, Scorpio which happens to be a watery sign. At that time
Venus will be in watery Navamsa (Cancer). This could trigger rainfall at /
around that date.
Rainfall spoiling features:-
(1) Mercury – Venus closeness is not happening
during this fortnight. These two planets would be away from each other at
more than 28 degrees.
(2) Mars will be in an unfavourable transit in the
star Chitra (Dahana nadi) in the Sapta nadi chakra during the entire duration
of this fortnight. This would cause dry climate.
(3) Saturn is the lead of all the other planets
during this fortnight. This is a rainfall spoiler.
The Garbottam of today is a complete failure. Rainfall
spoiling features of planets are strong. Only solace is the conjunction of
Jupiter and Venus which must give rainfall wherever the Garbottam was
good. But as far as Chennai is
concerned, the Garbottam sightings are annoying. With only one day remaining in
Margazhi Garbottam, everything depends on how clouds are building up tomorrow.
On the celestial spheres, for the first time after a
long year, planets are going to be in conducive combinations from 13th
December 2017 onwards. Mercury – Venus closeness starts from 13th
December 2017 and ends of 9th January 2018. Our hopes remain on this
period at the fag end of NEM which is likely to extend to January.