Earthquakes can be averted. Cooling & Balancing the earth element.

Earthquakes can be averted. Cooling & Balancing the earth element.

Earthquake is one of the most devastating natural calamity leading to massive damage. 

Top 10 Worst Earthquakes in India
1. Indian Ocean
Deaths: > 283,106
Date, Time and Year: 08:50, December 26, 2004
Magnitude: 9.1–9.3
Epicentre: West coast of Sumatra, Indonesia

2. Kashmir
Deaths: 130,000
Date, Time and Year: 08:50:38, October 8, 2005
Magnitude: 7.6
Epicentre: Muzaffarabad, Pakistan-administered Kashmir    

3. Bihar and Nepal
Deaths: > 30,000
Date, Time and Year: 14:13, January 15, 1934
Magnitude: 8.7
Epicentre: South of Mount Everest

4. Gujarat
Deaths: 20,000
Date, Time and Year: 08:50:00, January 26, 2001
Magnitude: 7.7
Epicentre: Kutch, Gujarat

5. Kangra
Deaths: > 20,000
Date, Time and Year: 06:10, April 4, 1905
Magnitude: 7.8
Epicentre: Himalayas

6. Latur
Deaths: > 9,748
Date, Time and Year: 22:25, September 30, 1993
Magnitude: 6.4

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