GUIDE ON EMIGRATING TO INDIA

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Indian Climate

As India lies within the trophies the country’s environment is influenced by the monsoons, giving it a ‘Tropical Monsoon’ type climate and four seasons: Winter (Jan-Feb), Summer (March-May), Monsoon (June-September), Post Monsoon (October-December).

However, India is a large nation and its climate does diversify regionally, resulting in six climatic subtypes including desert, glacier and humid tropic.

Because of its global positioning and natural geography India’s weather patterns can be very unstable and the nation has suffered from occasional natural disasters, including flooding, drought and cyclones.