The Climate of India is an interesting subject of study - it is just as varied as everything else about India- its people, its culture, its topography. India is a composite in many ways - and at the core of this composite trait lies its vast and varied topography. From snow capped mountains to clear streams and vast oceans, from a desert habitat to lush green tropical forests, large plain lands, plateaus and mountains - we have it all and even more. India experiences 4 seasons: The Summer Season, The Monsoon Season, The Season of Retreating Monsoon and the The Cold Weather Season. In general, India is said to have a Tropical Monsoon Climate. In this chapter we shall find out all about the Tropical Monsoon Climate of India.
THE CLIMATE OF INDIA
It is interesting to find that a get together of few friends geared up with a serious discussion. Raj was the last one to arrive at the venue though he blamed the Kolkata traffic for this but everybody knows it was the winter morning’s” last minute sleep of the day” that held him to bed so long, Akash even could not resist saying:” com’on now admit the truth, we all know that you woke up late even today…”. Well this is pretty similar to the other two of the group but Akash and Sandip were tough to be convinced. Akash from Delhi found the temperature endurable and for Sandip this bone chilling cold was his Christmas gift. This was how their discussion switched on a serious note… temperature distribution. While we in Kolkata have tropical temperature, Akash in Delhi experiences extreme temperature conditions whereas Sandip from Kerala misses the cold winter days that we have here. There are therefore great variations in climate which is clearly felt in our country. Take for example, the contrast in climate between Delhi in the north and Kerala in the south. While Delhi has continental climate with tremendous heat in summer and unbearable cold in winter, Kerala has tropical climate with uniform distribution... [continues]
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