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IMD Rainfall Report: Chhattisgarh Witnesses Substantial Rainfall

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The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has recently released a rainfall report that highlights substantial precipitation in various regions of Chhattisgarh. With noteworthy measurements in centimeters, the report sheds light on the monsoon’s impact on this central Indian state. Manipur (Gariaband) and Bhopalpatnam (Bijapur) stand out as the top recipients of rainfall, both receiving 11 cm, while several other areas also witnessed significant rainfall, as indicated in the table below.

IMD Rainfall Report for Chhattisgarh:

LocationRainfall (in cm)
Manipur (Gariaband)11
Bhopalpatnam (Bijapur)11
Labhandih (Raipur)10
Patan (Durg)9
Masturi (Bilaspur)9

These measurements highlight the substantial amount of rainfall that has graced Chhattisgarh recently. It is essential to acknowledge the significance of this rainfall, as it has a profound impact on various aspects of life in the state.


Chhattisgarh’s economy heavily relies on agriculture, and the monsoon season is a critical period for farmers. Adequate rainfall is essential for the cultivation of crops, and the IMD’s report indicates that many regions have received substantial precipitation. This bodes well for crop yields and the overall agricultural productivity in the state.

Water Reservoirs and Irrigation:

The rainfall also contributes to the replenishment of water reservoirs, which are crucial for both agricultural and domestic use. Additionally, it aids in groundwater recharge, ensuring a sustainable source of water for irrigation purposes in the coming months.

The monsoon season brings much-needed relief from the scorching summer heat. The rainfall cools down the temperature and creates a more comfortable living environment for the people of Chhattisgarh.

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