In India, weather conditions vary with different geographical regions. But the average temperature and weather of India can be called the hot tropical type. India can be selectively traversed during all the three seasons by the discerning tourist.
It is possible to explore one or other part of India, throughout the year due to its vastness and variety of its geographical terrain. The country remains accessible to the adventurous tourist in all types of weather.
India being a vast country with a diverse geographical terrain is a very attractive tourist destination.
India enjoys three seasonal cycles unlike other parts of the world. November, December and mid March are the coolest months of the year.
These are followed by summer in April, May and June.
Mid-July, August and September are the months of rainfall and monsoon in India.
In India, weather cycles and the moods of nature have given birth to many religious rituals, which form an intricate part of traditional cultural and religious activities. This is because a large part of India’s population is settled in the villages, and vast majority of its people depend on agriculture for their sustenance.
Indian Gods and Goddesses are known to be representative of different elements of nature and the life of Indian tribal people is ruled by their intimacy with nature and hence the weather.
As a result of the weather of India, winters are pleasant in most of the states with many sunny days. North India is extremely dry, hot and dusty during the summer months making it unpleasant to tour.
It is ideal to visit the western Himalayan states and its famous religious shrines in the summer months, as the average temperature remains bearable. It is almost impossible to visit these places at any other time due to the extreme climate..
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