Temperature of Northern Indian regions –
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Temperature of Northern Indian regions
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North India lies mainly in the northern temperate zone of the Planet Earth. Though cool or cold winters, hot summers and moderate monsoons are the general pattern. Yet North India is one of the most climatically diverse regions on Earth. During summer, the temperature often rises above 35 °C across much of the Indo-Gangetic plain. It reaches as high as 50 °C in the Thar desert, Rajasthan and up to 49 in Delhi.
During winter, the lowest temperature on the plains falls to below 3 °C. Most Importantly below the freezing point in some states. Heavy to moderate snowfall occurs in Himachal Pradesh, J&K and Uttarakhand. Much of North India is known for heavy fog during winters.
A study of Temperature of regions of North India show extreme diversity
.Extreme temperatures among inhabited regions have ranged from −45 °C (−49 °F) in Dras, Jammu and Kashmir.While at times its more than 50 °C (123 °F) in Akola in Maharashtra, Alwar, , Churu, Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. Dras is claimed to be the second-coldest inhabited place on the planet (after Siberia), with a recorded low of -60 °C.
This finally shows the unmatched diversities of Temperature of Northern India.
Why the Temperatures of Northern India show drastic change ?
Understandably India is a very large country by Area. Undoubtedly Sixth largest in the World. The dominant factor is its Natural Position, on the topography of the earth. The topographical changes are such that if you want any Place on the world which has almost every Temperature. Obviously, Their can be none other than India. The variations in the climate and thus the Temperature is due to the unmatched variations in Topography of India.
The presence of Indian subcontinent in the Hilly areas of Himalayas, Aravalli and vindhya’s attribute her Temperatures related to Hilly Area. The presence of Deccan Plane and other provide this continent the Climate ,and thus the temperature resembling, to that of the Plains.
Exploring India in a way means you have explored many parts of world. Peculiarly for the climatic, topography and for Nature love. None Country has this familiar locations. Here you can see the hotest Place and simultaneously the most coldest ones, also at same juncture .
The Data Based on Average Temperature is Tabulated in the Following Table :-
CULTURE OF NORTHERN INDIA
Though the northern Part of India is called the Land of Aryans in the Ancient Indian History yet the fact that this region has unparalleled diversity in their culture. The one which binds all of the varying diversity is that driven from the Indo- Aryan ...READ MORE………………….