Who is Anna Mani?

Anna Mani was the first woman scientist in India. Anna Mani has also been an Indian physicist and meteorologist. 

Physicist and meteorologist Anna Mani is known as the 'meteorological woman of India'.

Today, because of them, the country has been able to get accurate weather forecast information.

Let us tell you that Anna Mani has contributed significantly to the design of weather observation instruments. 

Meteorological woman Anna Mani was born on 23 August 1918 in Peerumedu, Kerala state, India. 

Anna Mani graduated in Physics and Chemistry from the Presidency College, Chennai (Madras) in 1939. 

After this, she also went to Imperial College, London in 1945 for further studies in Physics. 

Anna Mani returned to India in 1948, he started a job in the Meteorological Department. 

In 1969, Anna Mani was appointed as the Deputy Director General in the Indian Meteorological Department. 

Under his leadership, over 100 weather equipment designs were simplified and standardized for production.

In 1976, she retired from the post of Deputy Director of the Indian Meteorological Department.

Anna Mani was awarded the INSA K. R. Ramanathan Medal in the year 1987 for his contribution to the field of meteorology. 

On 16 August 2001, meteorologist Anna Mani said goodbye to this world in Thiruvananthapuram.

On the occasion of Indian meteorologist, Anna Mani's 104th birthday the search engine Google has made a special doodle today.