Solar influence on electric equipment has been studied for a long time. The scientific evidence has been verified successfully in the Northern India Power Grid failure after an abrupt rise in Proton flux (P-flux) in the Sun Earth Environment. Induced geomagnetic current was instrumental in accelerating the rise in electric supply in the Northern Indian Power Grid leading to Grid failure and temporary blackout in the area. On 30th July 2012 at 2:35 AM the northern Power Grid of India failed to supply electricity to the whole National Capital Region including Delhi, Capital of India. It has been recorded that there were sudden change in the frequency of electric supply from 48.5 hertz to 50.46 hertz at 2:35 AM. Sudden rise in the electric supply may have triggered by the geomagnetically induced current due to changes in proton flux and fluctuation in geomagnetic field. Extraterrestrial influences on the planetary environment are being studied to infer the sudden changes on different planets including the Earth. Correlation of Coronal Mass Ejection from the Sun with the power grid failure was observed for a long time; however the scientific mechanism is being explained first time in Indian context.Read more..