Ninth Nakaiy of Hulhangu
Less frequent storms, calmer days
Calm and dry with lot of sunshine. During this period the stormy days of Hulhangu begin to come to a close. Its generally calm. Winds generally blow from the West.
Winds at an average speed of 10 knots/hr. Average rainfall is 67.3 mm (2.65 inches), and the average sunshine is 96.9 hrs.
Good. Schools move away from the coast.
Grain harvest is reaped during this Nakaiy.
The name is given in Maldives to the ninth Nakaiy of Hulhangu season. According to Hindu astrologers it is the ninth lunar mansion and is named Aclesha, meaning “entwiner or embracer”. The presiding divinity are the Sarpas. To the Arabs it is the ninth Manzil of the moon and is called At-Tarf, which means "the look". Sinhala name is Aslisa. It is figured as a wheel.
Eta, Sigma, Delta, Epsilon and Rho in Hydrae