Pabitara, Assam, Indien Sonnenaufgang Sonnenuntergang Zeiten

Location: Indien > Assam >
Zeitzone:
Asia/Calcutta
Ortszeit:
2023-02-08 09:50:22
Länge:
92.0616178
Breite:
26.22166
Sonnenaufgang Heute:
06:02:16 AM
Sonnenuntergang Heute:
05:09:30 PM
Tageslänge heute:
11h 7m 14s
Sonnenaufgang morgen:
06:01:38 AM
Sonnenuntergang Morgen:
05:10:12 PM
Tageslänge von morgen:
11h 8m 34s

Alle Termine anzeigen

Datum Sonnenaufgang Sonnenuntergang Tageslänge
2023-01-01 06:09:14 AM 04:41:10 PM 10h 31m 56s
2023-02-01 06:06:05 AM 05:04:28 PM 10h 58m 23s
2023-02-08 06:02:12 AM 05:09:34 PM 11h 7m 22s
2023-02-09 06:01:34 AM 05:10:16 PM 11h 8m 42s
2023-03-01 05:45:17 AM 05:22:56 PM 11h 37m 39s
2023-04-01 05:12:52 AM 05:38:29 PM 12h 25m 37s
2023-05-01 04:44:24 AM 05:53:22 PM 13h 8m 58s
2023-06-01 04:29:21 AM 06:09:47 PM 13h 40m 26s
2023-07-01 04:32:53 AM 06:18:19 PM 13h 45m 26s
2023-08-01 04:47:16 AM 06:08:58 PM 13h 21m 42s
2023-09-01 05:01:36 AM 05:42:03 PM 12h 40m 27s
2023-10-01 05:14:00 AM 05:08:57 PM 11h 54m 57s
2023-11-01 05:30:32 AM 04:40:09 PM 11h 9m 37s
2023-12-01 05:51:57 AM 04:29:24 PM 10h 37m 27s

Fotos

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Sunset on the Brahmaputra River, Nr Guwahati, Assam, India
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Sunset on the Brahmaputra
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Lamplit Pre Weddings
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Pobitora, Assam, Oct 2 2015
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Pobitora, Assam, Oct 2 2015
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Pobitora, Assam, Oct 2 2015
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Pobitora, Assam, Oct 2 2015
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Pobitora, Assam, Oct 2 2015
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In places where roads have collapsed, the government has erected bamboo bridges. This man and child travel from one village to another on a boat, and travel by foot over the bridges. Credit: Priyanka Borpujari/IPS
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Floods in Morigaon have submerged about 45 roads in the district. Most people wade through the water, believing this is quicker than waiting for a rickety boat to transport them across. Credit: Priyanka Borpujari/IPS
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Diving into the river is an easy solution to a lack of bathrooms for children and men. Skin rashes are the most common ailment caused by contact with unclean water, according to village doctors. Credit: Priyanka Borpujari/IPS
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A woman dries blankets after her home went underwater for five days in one of the villages of the Morigaon district. The woven bamboo sheet beyond the clothesline used to be the walls of her family’s toilet. Credit: Priyanka Borpujari/IPS
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When isolated by floodwaters, families have no choice but to use boats for transportation; even children must learn the survival tool of rowing. Credit: Priyanka Borpujari/IPS
Wavy Maplet
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Let there be bricks, Assam