Which parts of india receives winter rainfall and why??

Generally, the best time to visit India is during the winter, when the weather in ... The states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala receive most of their rainfall .

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 the states of tamil nadu, karnatka, kerela receive the highest rainfall as the rainfall here is experienced not by the advanced monsoon winds but from retreating monsoon winds.

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 Best Answer:  The northeast monsoon, which begins in September, lasts through the post-monsoon seasons, and only ends in March, carries winds that have already lost their moisture while crossing central Asia and the vast rain shadow region lying north of the Himalayas. They cross India diagonally from northeast to southwest. However, the large indentation made by the Bay of Bengal into India's eastern coast means that the flows are humidified before reaching Cape Comorin and rest of Tamil Nadu, meaning that the state, and also some parts of Kerala, experience significant precipitation in the post-monsoon and winter periods.However, parts of West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and North-East India also receive minor precipitation from the northeast monsoon. 
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CERTIFIED ANSWER
Kerela and Tamil Nadu are the parts of India which recieve winter rainfall because these are the coastal regions found in the South which is affected by Western disturbances.

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DHRUV SHAHRAWAT
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KERALA AND TAMIL NADU
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best answer of this question Coromandel in tamilnadu
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Kerala and Tamil Nadu
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kerala
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southern coast of india
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Tamil nadu
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Tamil Nadu and north west india
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THE TAMIL NADU COAST RECEIVES WINTER RAINFALL BECAUSE OF THE MOVEMENT OF LOW PRESSURE CONDITION TO THE BAY OF BENGAL.
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Tamil nadu
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Best Answer: The northeast monsoon, which begins in September, lasts through the post-monsoon seasons, and only ends in March, carries winds that have already lost their moisture while crossing central Asia and the vast rain shadow region lying north of the Himalayas. They cross India diagonally from northeast to southwest. However, the large indentation made by the Bay of Bengal into India's eastern coast means that the flows are humidified before reaching Cape Comorin and rest of Tamil Nadu, meaning that the state, and also some parts of Kerala, experience significant precipitation in the post-monsoon and winter periods.However, parts of West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and North-East India also receive minor precipitation from the northeast monsoon.
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Kerala and tamil nadu Thanks
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Best Answer:  The northeast monsoon, which begins in September, lasts through the post-monsoon seasons, and only ends in March, carries winds that have already lost their moisture while crossing central Asia and the vast rain shadow region lying north of the Himalayas. They cross India diagonally from northeast to southwest. However, the large indentation made by the Bay of Bengal into India's eastern coast means that the flows are humidified before reaching Cape Comorin and rest of Tamil Nadu, meaning that the state, and also some parts of Kerala, experience significant precipitation in the post-monsoon and winter periods.However, parts of West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and North-East India also receive minor precipitation from the northeast monsoon. 
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Only Tamil Nadu experiences heavy rainfall during the winter season because the north-east trade winds moving into the Bay of Bengal and they carry moisture again and strike Tamil Nadu.
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