Anand Mahindra Shares Picture Of Weather Forecasting Coconut; Netizens Amused

by Sanjana Shenoy
Anand Mahindra Shares Picture Of Weather Forecasting Coconut; Netizens Amused

Anand Mahindra, Chairperson of Mahindra and Mahindra is known to share inspirational, hilarious and informative travel posts. Recently, Anand Mahindra shared a post about a gorgeous Indian island called, Minicoy. Nestled in Lakshadweep, the hidden gem has blue azure beaches, palm groves and the highlight, a thriving matrilineal culture. Anand Mahindra called it ‘ridiculously exotic’ and wondered why he hadn’t thought of holidaying here before. And now the business tycoon has enthralled netizens with yet another fun travel post. Read on to find out more.

Anand Mahindra Shares Sure-Shot Weather Prediction Tool

India currently faces a ridiculous heatwave, where 2022 is touted to be one of the hottest years on earth. Bengaluru faces torrential rains that uprooted trees and left roads, houses and apartment complexes flooded. At such a time, perhaps even weather forecasting may not be the most reliable. After all, climate change and global warming have made weather forecasting difficult. Anand Mahindra recently shared an innovative weather forecasting method. This involves just a coconut, instead of tech-savvy instruments.

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Coconut That Predicts The Weather

The business mogul shared a post of a ‘weather station’. This is nothing but a coconut dangling from a rope near a beach The displayed instructions reveal that if the coconut is still it indicates calm weather. A wet coconut indicates rains and a dry one spells sunny weather. If the coconut moves, it indicates wind. If it’s white there’s snow. In case you can’t see the coconut, the weather is foggy. And if the entire coconut disappears, it’s a sure shot hurricane. Now, that’s as easy as weather prediction gets. When it comes to the weather, here’s a hilarious video of problems Indians face when they move to Canada.