Geography

The south-west monsoon season is characterised by rainfall across the country. Which of the following might not contribute to the distribution of rainfall?


ANSWER

Presence of rivers


SOLUTION

  • The south-west monsoon season is characterised by rainfall across the country and this is influenced by following aspects.
  • Presence of orographic features like mountains and hills.
  • Distance from the sea because monsoons arise from such water bodies.
  • Presence of peninsular in the south which means India is surrounded by water bodies on three sides which is responsible for monsoon showers.
  • Presence of rivers do not affect monsoon winds.

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