Season in which Trees Shed their Leaves
In India, trees shed their leaves during the autumn season. Because there is no dry season, the trees in Tropical Evergreen Forests do not shed their leaves. That is why it is known as an evergreen forest. It is also referred to as the tropical rainforest. Rosewood, ebony, mahogany, and other hardwoods can be found in Tropical Evergreen Forests.
Tropical deciduous forests shed their leaves during the dry season to conserve water. They are monsoon forests, which can be found throughout India, Central America, and Northern Australia. Temperate Deciduous Forest trees, such as oak, ash, and beech, shed their leaves during the dry season. These are more common at higher latitudes.
Seasons in India
In India, there are 5 seasons. According to the Hindu calendar, the name of these seasons are as follows:
(1) Spring known as Vasant Ritu
(2) Summer known as Grishma Ritu
(3) Monsoon Known as Varsha Ritu
(4) Autumn Known as Hemant Ritu
(5) Winter Known as Shishir or Sharad or Shita Ritu
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