Do you remember studying about this ‘Water Cycle’ in school science text books? The cycle talks about how ocean water evaporates, condenses and then precipitates. Sun is essential for evaporating the water. The evaporated water condenses to form rain bearing clouds. These clouds send the water back to the ground in the form of rains. But, think about this. Sun exists every day, the ocean water is available all throughout the year long. Why do we receive rainfall only in certain period of the year?
Bhagavad Githa answers this question. The rain in this water cycle is part of a bigger cycle which defines the process that runs the existence of all beings! Therefore, rain isn’t dependant on just the steps defined in the above water cycle. But, it is dependent on an important phenomenon, YAJNA!