India has tropical weather. Indian weather conditions vary with the land and topography. The weather of India cannot be generalized as it varies significantly from region to region. The seasons of India is mainly defined by summer, rainy and winter. The most pleasant time to visit India is during winters i.e. mid-October to mid-March in the north and November to February in the south India.
The climate in the central India is more or less directed by the north and south of Indian climate depending upon the proximity. However the hilly regions of north get extremely cold and bitter during December and January and one should avoid going to these places during this time. India’s northern plains are the first to experience summer during the end of March and it builds up in the month of April, May and June. During June, the temperature soars up to almost 45 degree Celsius. The southern India experiences hot and humid climate during this month. The best places to visit during this time are various hill-stations which give you the cool pleasant atmosphere you were just wishing out for to beat the Indian heat.
One can get wet in the first monsoon showers which break during the last week of May or first week of June. Indian monsoons have its own beauty in its dancing peacocks, happy farmers, wet soil, and the greenery around! Though monsoon begins from the southwest and southeast coast of India, the short gutsy northeast monsoon brings rain from around October to early December.
The rainy season ends around October. This season is very feasible for the tourists of India because it is neither too hot nor too cold during this time. The northern cities including Delhi get extremely chilly during December and January. In the southern cities, the temperatures become somewhat warmer during this period.
Most Indian festivals like Diwali and Holi are celebrated during the period of October to March. One can really enjoy these festivals during this time. The hotel tariffs during this entire period are high. 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.
Indian 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..
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