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top 10 deadliest and strongest cyclones of india

May 19, 2022
Cyclone Asani - First Cyclone of 2022
Cyclone Asani made a landfall on 11 May between Machilipatnam and Narsapuram in Andhra Pradesh
Cyclone Tauktae 2021
A very severe cyclonic storm, impacting the Indian States of Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat. one of the strongest tropical cyclones to ever affect the west coast of India
Cyclone Amphan 2020
Cyclone Amphan is the super cyclonic storm raising over the Bay of Bengal around the state of Odisha and West Bengal in India
Cyclone Vayu 2019
Cyclone Vayu caused in northwestern India moderate damage. It formed in the Arabian Sea and did damage in the state of Gujarat
Cyclone Fani 2019
Cyclone Fani was an extremely severe cyclone in the shape of hood of a snake. It caused lot of damage in Indian states of Odisha and Andhar PRadesh
Cyclone Gaja 2018
Cyclone Gaja hit states Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and some parts of coastal Puducherry with heavy rainfall in Cuddalore and Pamban
Cyclone Ockhi 2017
Cyclone Ockhi was one of the strongest tropical cyclone in North Indian Ocean cyclone season. It affected mainland India along with coastal areas of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat
Cyclone Vardah 2016
Cyclone Vardah caused heavy rainfall in regions of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It crossed the eastern coast of india and affected Chennai, Kancheepuram and Visakhapatnam
Cyclone Nilam 2012
Cyclone Nilam was the deadliest tropical cyclone in India, Originating from an area of Bay of Bengal in South India
Odisha Cyclone 1999
The Orissa cyclone was the strongest storm to hit the Indian coast and also the strongest tropical cyclones that affected India