||The term ‘Monsoon’ is originated from –
||In which state does the Monsoon arrive first?
||The general direction of the flow of summer monsoon in India is –
||From South West to North East
||Monsoon originates by which winds in India?
||High temperature and low pressure over the Indian subcontinent during the summer season draw air from the Indian Ocean leading to the in-blowing of the –
||The January isotherm taken as a basis for dividing India into tropical and subtropical zones is –
||In which part of India is the daily range of temperature highest?
||Desert areas of Rajasthan.
||What are the months for monsoon normally in Tamil Nadu?
||The Indian monsoon is indicated by seasonal displacement because of –
||Different temperatures of land and sea
||Which regions is not affected much by the Arabian Sea branch of Monsoon?
||Amritsar and Shimla are almost on the same latitude, but their climate difference is due to –
||The difference in their altitudes
||Which type of climate is found in Chhattisgarh state?
||According to Koppen’s climatic classification, the climate of North Bihar may be explained as –
||India gets maximum rainfall mainly from –
||The state which receives maximum rainfall due to North-East monsoon is –
||Which state gets the highest average annual rainfall?
||Mango shower is –
||Crop of mango
||Cherrapunji is located in –
||The highest rainfall in India occurs in –
||Western Ghats, Himalayan Region and Meghalaya
||By which monsoon does Jharkhand receive rainfall?
||South West monsoon
||When there is very heavy rainfall in the Pushkar Hills, where do floods occur?
||How many districts in India are included in the desert development program?
||India’s Northern plains get winter rainfall due to –
||Which region of India receives winter rainfall?
||Punjab – Tamil Nadu
||Winter rainfall in Tamil Nadu is mostly due to –
||Which coastal region in India, receives rainfall from North Eastern monsoon ?
||The winter rains caused by Western disturbance in the North Western Plain of India gradually decrease from –
||West to East