Climate of Western India-
Climate of West India is a mixed composition of tropical and equable climate. The study of climate is very important from many aspects. It is predominantly important for crops, tours, vegetation etc. This study Also helps in analyzing eating habits of the natives. In fact the study of climate is correlated to Topography and Temperature of the region.
Learn more about climate diversities of North-East and East India, North India and South India.
Climate of West India. An introduction.
Climate of West India shows variation because of the Topography of the region. Undoubtedly the Guide to Indian Tourism definitely makes you understand the Climate of this western region of India. It is OUR MOTIVE.
Convincingly the climate varies between equable climate to tropical wet, tropical wet and dry, and semi arid. Henceforth The coastal regions experience slight seasonal variations though the temperatures range between 20 °C to 40 °C.
Most Importantly Mumbai and northern Konkan regions experience cooler winters with minimum temperatures hovering around 15 °C. The rainy season in coastal region continues from July to October causing heavy rains unlike in the interior part of Maharashtra.
Interior Maharashtra experiences hot summers ( From March to July) with maximum temperatures averaging 40 °C and mild winters ( From October to February ) with minimum temperatures averaging about 10 °C. But Gujarat has a warm climate with hot summers and cool winters . The Rajasthan has Hot and Dry Summers and Cool Winters, temperature averaging to 42 degree centigrade in Summers and 10 degree centigrade in the winters.
Variation in the Climate of West India
Variation in the Climate is related to the variation in the Food culture and various other climatic adaptations of the natives. The people living in the vicinity area of Konkan Region rely on Sea food with rice. Understandably the Gujaratis are usually vegetarian. The inhabitants of the interior part of Rajasthan and Maharashtra have mixed food culture.
The Konkan areas have luring beeches, while the shyadri ghats have unfolding natural beauty. Understandably the Rainy season and the winter season are more preferable for Touring in these Region.
TEMPERATURE OF WESTERN INDIA
Temperature of West Indian regions is mainly a cluster of Equable , Hot wet, Hot Humid and Tropical Climate Hence for particular period of time in a year these regions show diversity in the Temperature. Read More..