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What are tornadoes? (Hindi)
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In this Bytes video learn in Hindi about tornadoes, how they are formed and their different types. For Unacademy Bytes in english click on:

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sir ma ke bad ph.D karna jyada better hoga ya m phil
this is not good.. why this partiality?? you don't want other language students to clear the exams??
Unacademy Bytes
2 years ago
there is an English version of the same course. please click on the link for that in the description part of this video.
2 years ago
I saw that.. why it can't be done the old way?? English videos and link for Hindi videos?
Unacademy Bytes
2 years ago
From saturday we will get back to the old way. this is just the initial few days when we want people to be aware of the the Hindi Bytes.
2 years ago
we can't learn anything through "IMPOSITION" Do we??
why the green screen is used to produce vfx effects..??
Unacademy Bytes
2 years ago
Hi Harish, we cover only academic topics in Bytes.
Harish Petkar
2 years ago
thank you for replying...
please make a detailed video on this topic as this video is not sufficient to understand the tornado
plz provide updated list of 95 national parks after FSI 2017 report.the updated list is available nowhere.
thank you mam for video in hindi other person can't understand your efforts.

  2. The word tornado is basically an altered form of the Spanish word tronada, which means 'thunderstorm'.

  3. Definition: A tomadois a rapidly rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the Earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. The windstorm is often referred to as a twister whirlwind or cyclone

  4. Condensation Funnel Tornadoes come in vanous shapes and sizes, and they are often visible in the formof a condensation funnel originating from the base of a cumulonimbus cloud, with a cloud of rotating debris and dust beneath it.

  5. Wind speeds for most tornadoes < 110 miles per hour

  6. Wind speeds for most extreme tornadoes 300 miles per hour

  7. Multiple vortex tornado Landspout Waterspout

  8. Multiple vortex tornado

  9. Landspout

  10. Waterspout