Areas that Receive Rainfall over 400cm and less than 20 cm
The monsoon season in India lasts 100 to 120 days, from early June to mid-September. The rainfall pattern in any area is determined by the pressure and wind system. Rainfall in the Northern Plains generally decreases from east to west. More information on the distribution of rainfall in India can be found below:
- Due to variations in temperature, there is variation in rainfall patterns in coastal areas.
- The Western Ghats receives very heavy rainfall, more than 250 cm, early in the season.
- Mawsynram in Meghalaya receives the highest average rainfall in the world.
- The northeastern part of the country receives the maximum rainfall.
- Ganga valley witnessed a decrease in rainfall from the east to the west.
- Parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan get scanty rainfall.
- Many things in India depend on the quantity and timing of rainfall. From festivals to agricultural activities are related to Rainfalls.