Cyclone Biparjoy poses a significant threat to homes and crops along India's Gujarat state and Pakistan's Sindh province.

The cyclone is expected to make landfall near the Jakhau port between Mandvi in Gujarat and Keti Bandar in Sindh.

Forecasters have warned of heavy rains, high tides, and destructive winds associated with the cyclone.

Precautionary measures are being taken, including urging people to stay indoors and avoid unnecessary travel.

The cyclone's potential dangers include damage to roads, houses, electricity towers, and trees along Gujarat's coast.

Storm surges as high as 3-4 meters (10-13 feet) could occur along the coastline from Karachi to Gujarat.

Climate change plays a role in the increased intensity and frequency of cyclones in the region.

Evacuation efforts have been initiated, with thousands of people relocated from coastal areas in both India and Pakistan.

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