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This book is a compilation of the original text in Sanskrit and deals with meteorological aspects and general agriculture. In the introduction to the exposition of this work we are told about the Vedic Aryans and their relation to agriculture the import of which is established with the prominence accorded by the Aryans to the gods of the natural and atmospheric elements like the rain, the wind and agriculture in general. The knowledge and techniques of farming have always been a part and parcel of the Indian civilization. That the culture and civilization of the Vedic Aryans were based on and centered round agriculture is fully borne out even by the oldest portions of the Vedas. The importance of Indra, the rain god and the large number of prayers addressed to him in the Rig Veda prove beyond doubt that the Vedic Aryans were agriculturists.Shri Dwarkaprasad Shastri was known as a great scholar and has a vast knowledge of astrology and varied subjects. His books have been widely appreciated.