'India's weather woman'
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Not only in India but also in the UN Anna Mani played an important role
Come let's know 6 facts about the 'Weather woman of India' Anna Mani
Anna Mani was born in a Syrian Christian family in Kerala in 1918
She initially wanted to take up dancing, but later opted for a career in physics.
As a physicist and meteorologist, Anna Mani has a very important contribution to the field which is unforgettable
it was her research that made it possible for the country to make an accurate weather forecast.
Anna Mani start her career with research at the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru,
And she also worked with Nobel Laureate CV Raman, studying the optical rubies diamonds and rubies.
In 1945, she joined the Imperial College in London
Here she completed her graduation in Physics and specialized in meteorological instrumentation.
In 1945, she joined the Imperial CoShe worked in important positions in the United Nations World Meteorological Organisation llege in London
Anna Mani won INSA K R Ramanathan Medal in 1987 for her remarkeble contributions to science
llege in London
She died on August 16, 2001 in Thiruvananthapuram.
Under Anna Mani, over 100 weather instruments were simplified and standardized for production in India
on Tuesday 23 August Google dedicated a doodle to the 'Weather Woman of India' Anna Mani on her 140th birth anniversary.