The place is full of green forest with tall bamboo trees, which is a treat to the eyes. From these 6 seasons, monsoon or rainy season comes in the middle of the year. Average annual rainfall: 8,636 mm per annum 340 in Highest recorded total: 12,461 mm 490 in in 2000 4. In terms of comparison, it comes at the 5th position in the highest rainfall in India. The extreme amount of rainfall at Cherrapunji is perhaps the best-known feature of in northeast India. The rapid ascent of the clouds into the upper atmosphere hastens the cooling and helps vapours to condense. The data refers to the average annual rainfall figures from 2011 to 2016.
Now that you know how agriculture is the lifeblood of Indian farmers, you can also understand all the festive-clamour behind different. The coast is a narrow coastline lying on the plains of Kerela and Karnataka. This area is a village but you will love the place if you like the sound of rain. On this note, we bring you the countdown to top ten most popular rainiest cities in India. These waterfalls, forests, and mountains make Amboli a major tourist spot.
Top 10 Regions with Highest Rainfall in India- 1. Stay updated with the website to know the average yearly rainfall statistics of India. Except for 2013, 2014 and 2018, all years in last decade have shown negative rainfall departures. Department of Tourism, Government of Meghalaya. I walk along the beach in the morning and swim in the afternoon.
Agumbe Agumbe is located in Shimoga district of the state of Karnataka. The rainforests surrounding Agumbe are part of the Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary It is called the Cherrapunji of South. Average annual rainfall: 5,100 mm 200 in Highest recorded total: 8,430 mm 332 in in 1983 8. Malenadu Region Malnad is a region in the Karnataka state, covers the western and eastern slopes of the Western Ghats or Sahyadri mountain range. Photo by - Cherrapunji Cherrapunji also lies in the slopes of Khasi Hills and experiences rain levels very close to Mawsynram. It is on a peninsula that lies between the Atlantic Ocean and Mesurado River.
Between the 16th and 18th centuries, these people were ruled by their tribal 'Syiems rajas or chiefs of Khyriem' in the. The village also experiences a brief but noticeably drier season from December until February, when monthly precipitation on average does not exceed 30 millimetres 1. Valleys around Cherrapunji, however, are covered with lush and very diverse vegetation, containing numerous endemic species of plants, including. The weather here follows a typical tropical monsoon cycle with a wet season and a dry season. East Khasi Hills The East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya are must visit place, known for its and two Mawsynram and Cherrapunjee. It rises sharply from coastal lowlands to a height of 1,560 m 5,140 ft , forcing the moist air to cool very quickly and drop as rain in a concentrated area. Gudalur tea plantations receives the highest rainfall in Nilgiris hills of Tamil Nadu.
The area has a tropical climate although the rainfall is fairly consistent throughout the year. The falls in Chinnakallar sounds like a roaring lion and it is best visited after the rains between November to May. India is a land of diversity From cultural, to linguistic, to even geographical diversity! These dense forests also accommodate a large number of mountaintop The rainforests surrounding Agumbe are part of the Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary and it also has an important rainforest station for research. Landslides are a common feature in this area, which is why the residents brace themselves accordingly every year. The clouds strike Cherrapunjee perpendicularly and the low flying clouds are pushed up the steep slopes. It receives an average rainfall of 5,618 mm annually making it fifth wettest place in India. It is the third wettest place in India.
It has now converted into a modern capital with concrete buildings having come up here. Over hundreds of years the people in Cherrapunji have developed techniques for growing roots of trees into large bridges. Monsoon hits India from the Bay of Bengal. Average annual rainfall: 10,300 mm per annum 405 in Highest recorded total: 14,270 mm 562 in in 1972 3. It rains here, on average, every second day and the rainfall totals are pretty evenly spread across the year although December and January are slightly higher than the other months. Alongside rainfall, Cherrapunji is also famous for some monolithic caves. Lakshadweep Islands Lakshadweep islands are located in the Arabian Sea, Monsoon begins from June to September and the islands receives heavy rainfall during the period.
The southwest monsoon has arrived, the tropical wet forests in these regions are responsible for heavy rainfall. The rainfall here is tropical and very seasonal with the wettest months being May through to October. You have places as cold as Leh in the North and as humid as Chennai in the South. It is 690 meters above sea level and has a dense tropical forest and a huge number of Waterfalls. Apart from this, there are Cherrapunji monoliths and underground passes beneath age old caves which are fascinating. Apparently, the winds that are trapped in the valley at night begin their upward ascent only after they are warmed during the day.
Amboli Amboli is located in Maharashtra near Goa border making it much closer to the city of Panjim as compare to any other major city of Maharashtra. Atmospheric humidity is extremely high during the peak monsoon period. Located at the confluence of two gorges in the hills, it is an important tourist spot of many flocks. With its amazing topography, it experiences around 7,500 mm. Foc-Foc, La Reunion Island: Highest Rainfall In 12 And 24 Hrs According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Foc-Foc in La Reunion Island holds the distinction of receiving the highest amount of rainfall over a 24-hour period as well as over a 12-hour period. The highest rainfall recorded here is approximately 5500 mm, in the year 1974 8. Due to the latter, one can experience varied temperatures and climates in different parts of the subcontinent.