Types Of Seasons In India Essays and Term Papers

  • United Nations

    cyclones helps in the success of Rabi crops. • Important crops grown during Kharif season are rice (paddy), maize, jowar, bajra, arhar, moong, cotton, jute, groundnut and soyabean. • Important crops produced during Zaid season are watermelon, muskmelon, cucumber, vegetables and fodder crops and Sugarcane...

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  • India Culture Study

    Research Paper on Cultural Patterns: India India is located in Asia, as part of a peninsula on the southern region of the continent, extending into the Indian Ocean. India has approximately 4,671 miles of coastline, which plays a part in its culture, as there are many people in the country who depend...

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  • Agriculture

     Features of the seasons in India Given below are the prominent features of the seasons in India in a tabular format: Name of the season Features Winter The winter in India spans the months of December till the beginning of April. The coldest months of the year are January and December....

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  • Fish Farmin

    FISH FARMING IN RICE ENVIRONMENTS OF NORTH EASTERN INDIA D. N. Das Dept. of Zoology, Arunachal University Itanagar-791 112, India Fish have been harvested from rice fields as an additional crop since ancient times. Biologically, rice fields can be considered as agriculturally managed marshes, which...

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  • Monsoon

    that they bring to India, they still have disadvantages - but the monsoon is actually looked forward to in Indian communities. All the good that the monsoons do for them has caused the people of India to create holidays, festivals and other celebrations to welcome the monsoon season. Some of the celebrations...

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  • Agriculture

    AGRICULTURE TYPES OF FARMING IN INDIA Primitive Subsistence Farming This type of farming is still practised in few pockets of India. Primitive subsistence agriculture is practised on small patches of land with the help of primitive tools like hoe, dao and digging sticks, and family/community labour....

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  • The Beauty of the Tropical Monsoon Climate

    and southern Asia. For example, India, Burma, Bangladesh, Indochina, Southern China and the Philippines experience a tropical monsoon climate. Surface relief, direction of the coast line and the extension of the monsoon into middle-latitudes cause a number of sub-types of the monsoon climate found over...

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  • Geography Notes

    night? It is a cluster of millions of stars. This band is the Milky Way galaxy (Figure 1.6). Our solar system is a part of this galaxy. In ancient India, it was imagined to be a river of light flowing in the sky. Thus, it was named Akash Ganga. A galaxy is a huge system of billions of stars, and clouds...

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  • Geography Indian Climate Notes Class 10

    Climate- India 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...

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  • company report

    AMITY BUSINESS SCHOOL AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH SECTOR 125, NOIDA - 201303, UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA contents declaration 3 certificate 4 acknowledgement 5 retail sector in india 6 size of retail market 6 classification of indian retail sector 6 apparel retail industry 7 market...

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  • farming systems in india

    india comprises various farming systems that are strategically utilized, according to the locations where they are most suitable. The farming systems that significantly contribute to the domestic GDP of India are subsistence farming, organic farming, and industrial farming. Regions throughout India differ...

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  • geography notes

    Max. Marks:50 Time: 1 Hour 15 Mins Question 1 Study the Survey Map of India Eastings 15 TO 25, NORTHINGS 14 TO 24 and answer the following questions: a) What do these represent: i) Motorable in dry season ii)FireLine [2] b) i) Calculate the direct distance...

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  • Tit India

    Each year, the vast and heavily populated country of India endures an entire season of intense rain, grumbling thunder, and boisterous lightening (Cook); otherwise known as a monsoon. From the surface, and especially to those who have never experienced a monsoon first-hand, the natural phenomenon may...

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  • Micro Finance

    licence of the iconic WillysJeep in India. Soon established as the Jeep manufacturers of India, M&M later branched out into the manufacture of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) and agricultural tractors. Today, M&M is the leader in the utility vehicle segment in India with its flagship UV Scorpio and...

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  • Three Men in a Boat

    climate of India? (ii) Why does India have a monsoon type of climate? (iii) Which part of India does experience the highest diurnal range of temperature and why? (iv) Which winds account for rainfall along the Malabar Coast? (v) What are jet streams and how do they affect the climate of India? (vi)...

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  • Assignment

    thunderstorms accompanied with strong winds and heavy rainfall. • Loo: It is a local, hot, dry, dusty wind which blows during the hot season in north India. • Mango showers: These are pre-monsoon showers that bring a little rain good for the ripening of mangoes in Kerala. • Jet Streams:...

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  • agriculture

    9 Main Types of Farming Systems Practices in India – Essay (1) Subsistence Farming: Majority of farmers in the country practise subsistence farming. It is characterised by small and scattered land holdings and use of primitive tools. As the farmers are poor, they do not use fertilisers and high yielding...

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  • Bombay Ishtyle

    Ishtyle INTRODUCTION In order to get information about the Indian empire the British Colonial government took the task of mapping and categorizing India in the conventional classification methods but they found that the dominant attributes of the imperial subjects which strongly which differentiate them...

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  • Classification of Tea

    Chinese people drank teas as a miraculous medicine to be perpetual youth and longevity. Even after teas had been exported into Europe by the Dutch East India Company since 17th century, it was exorbitantly high-priced; therefore, black tea was luxury item only the nobility was able to taste it. However, there...

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  • Indian Agriculture

    produce cereals for themselves only or for local market. (ii) Cereals like wheat, rice, millets are mainly raised. This is practiced in most parts of India even today. 3. Intensive Farming: (i) Intensive farming aims at maximum possible production on the limited farms with all efforts possible under...

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