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When the rain stops, the clouds dissipate and the sun shines brightly, sometimes a colorful bow forms in the sky right in front of it. It is called a rainbow or dhanak. It is only visible during the day.

Not at night, because it is made of sunlight.

Sunlight appears to be white on the surface, but in reality it has rays of different colors, which are not visible separately due to their confusion. When these rays pass through glass or water, they become crooked and separate. And we can see their colors separately.

To understand this better, take a manifesto. It is a triangular piece of a special type of glass. Rotate this manifesto slowly towards the sun.

You will see many colors inside it. Now go to a dark room and open the window so that a small ray of sun can come in through it.

Place a table in front of this ray and slowly rotate the white paper, the manifesto in front of the light on the table.
This is exactly how the sky falls. After the rain stops, tiny droplets of water remain in the air.
When the sun's rays pass through these particles, they become crooked and separate, and we see their different colors in the form of a bow. But this spectacle lasts for a while. As soon as the particles disappear, the rays intersect. Get confused
And the color bow disappears.
In order for the sun to set, it is necessary for the sun to be in the east or in the west. That is, the rays of the sun should fall diagonally on the drops of water. If the sun is facing the east, the sun will fall towards the west and will be towards the west. So to the east.

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