Last Nakaiy of Iruvaa
If storms occur they may be severe
The storm associated with its name, if experienced at night, will be severe. Winds from North-West.
Average rainfall for this Nakaiy is 5.2 mm (1.98 inches); average wind speed is 7 knots/hr. (12.96 km/hr.) and the average sunshine is 103.4 hours.
Fishing is generally good in the northern atolls of the Maldives.
Mirihi (Wedelia biflora) in the fields are cut down and allowed to dry before being burnt.
The name given in Maldives to the ninth and the last Nakaiy of Iruvaa season. According to Hindu astrologers it is the twenty-eighth lunar mansion and is named Revati, meaning "wealthy", "abundant". The presiding divinity is Pushan. To the Arabs it is the twenty-eighth manzil of the moon and is called Batn al-Hut, which mean "the fish\'s belly". Sinhala name is Revathi. Figured as a tabor.
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