Here’s a look at the top world’s deadliest cyclones in the world:
The great bhola cyclone, Bangladesh is the biggest and deadliest ever cyclone and took place in the year 1970. There were 500000 deaths due to this cyclone. The Hooghly river cyclone affected India and Bangladesh and killed 300000 people.
The Haiphong Typhoon, Vietnam in 1881 killed 300000 people whereas the Coringa cyclone in India in 1839 also killed as many people. Some other cyclones which killed many people included Backerganj Cyclone, Bangladesh, Great Backerganj Cyclone, Bangladesh, Chittagong, Bangladesh, Super Typhoon Nina, China, Cyclone 02B, Bangladesh, Cyclone Nargis, Myanmar, Great Bombay Cyclone, India and Hakata Bay Cyclone, Japan.
A cyclone occurred in Calcutta, India in 1864 and it killed 60000 people while the Swatlow Cyclone in China killed about the same number of people as well. The Barisal Cyclone in Bangladesh killed 50000 people and so did the Sunderbans Coast in Bangladesh in the year 1699.
2 cyclones occurred in the coastal area of India and both killed 50000 people in 1833 and 1854. Some other of these deadly cyclones occurred in West Pacific ocean area, Barisal, Bangladesh, Great Hurricane, Lesser Antilles Islands, Devi Taluk, SE India and Bay of Bengal area in India.