Explain the uneven distribution of rainfall in India.
The following are the reasons for the uneven distribution of rainfall in India:
Relief and topography- The windward side of mountains and hills receive more rainfall than leeward side.
Latitudinal extent- The tropical and coastal regions and plains receive more rainfall than the plateau and desert regions in the interior.
The vagaries of the monsoon- The unpredictability of the monsoon alongwith phenomena like monsoon troughs and depressions lead to uneven distribution of rainfall.
There is uneven distribution in rainfall in india because the rainfall depends on the monsoon winds and the monsoon winds do not move equally at all places.
But it is a fact that each and every part of India more or less 'recieves ' monsoons.
For example, it may rain continuously for a week in Meghalaya but at the same time, it may rain hardly for an hour in some parts of Rajasthan.
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