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Indian Climate: India Is Known For Its Diversity In Climate



India is considered as a sub-continent as it is geographically quite a large country. Even because of this geographical vastness, different climates are being experienced in different parts of this country. Each region of this country is having a bit of difference in the whether. In this context, it will be a good example to hold that the Southern India is a warm place; however, the Northern India is cold.

The seasons of the country keeps changing and mainly 4 seasons are being experienced here. The four seasons are winter, summer, advancing monsoon and retreating monsoon.

Studying the Indian climate will be easier by dividing it into different regions only. It can be divided as tropical wet, tropical dry, subtropical humid and montane. Even for further ease of research these regions have also been divided into four climatic zones which are known as Alpine, Subtropical, Tropical and Arid.
 
The high altitude of the Himalayas is the Alpine zone. Such zone's climatic condition use to change regularly. However, the northern part of India is accompanied by the Sub Tropical zone. In such places the summer seasons use to be full of rainfalls and in winter these use to be dry and cold. The regions that are with tropical zone experiences wet monsoon or dry and cold monsoon. Place with wet monsoon use to have heavy rainfalls and in places with dry and cold monsoon do not experience rain. Regions with high temperature use to have the Arid zone. Western part of India falls in that zone and the rate of rainfall here is low. A large part of Rajasthan falls in it. In summer the temperature in this zone may rise up to as high as 50 degree Celsius.

Thus, Indian climate shows a variety and at the same time different climates can be experienced at different places of this country.

Summary:

India is considered as a sub-continent as it is geographically quite a large country. Even because of this geographical vastness, different climates are being experienced in different parts of this country. Studying the Indian climate will be easier by dividing it into different regions only. Even for further ease of research these regions have also been divided into four climatic zones which are known as Alpine, Subtropical, Tropical and Arid. At the same time different climates can be experienced at different places of this country.

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