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The Seasonal Characteristics and Variability of Rainfall in the Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra, India: A Statistical Analysis | Original Article

Aruna Thorat*, Ashit Dutta, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Water is scarce in many sections of the nation outside of the monsoon season because of the significant concentration of rainfall during those months. Since agriculture in India is so dependent on monsoon rains, any change in the amount of rain that falls during the season may have far-reaching social and economic consequences. The Indian state of Maharashtra includes the Ahmednagar District, which includes the Ahmednagar Tahsil. All of the precipitation information used in this study comes from the Ahmednagar district's statistics department website (MK). There are fourteen tahsil in the Ahmednagar District for Shrirampur, Parner, Shrigonda, Karjat, Jamkhed, and Nagar tahsil of Ahmednagar District exhibit declining tendencies (Negative), whereas Akole, Sangamner, Kopergaon, Rahuri, Newasa, Rahata, Shevgaon, and Pathardi tahsil show rising tendencies.