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Monsoon as unifying bond

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  • 1. MONSOON AS A UNIFYING BOND!
  • 2. ANNEXURE-:  OVERVIEW  EFFECTS ON THE CLIMATE  ADVANTAGES  DISADVANTAGES  EFFECTS ON THE HUMAN LIFE  MONSOON A MATTER OF CELEBRATION  FESTIVALS CELEBRATED  CONCLUSIN  THE END
  • 3. The Indian landscape, its animal and plant life, the agriculture calendar and the life of the people including their festivities and economic conditions revolve around the monsoon. Year after year, the people of India from North to South and from East to West eagerly await the arrival of the monsoon. These monsoon winds bind the whole country by providing water to set the agricultural activities. Thus, in view of the above the monsoon is considered as a unifying bond for this subcontinent. Monsoon also effect two major factors of the country• Climate
  • 4. The temperature and rainfall are the two most important elements of climate. In respect of both these elements, land and sea contrast in the plateau region plays a significant role. It is the height and the direction of the mountain ranges that causes monsoon winds shed their moisture in the northern plains. As the monsoon winds rise in the Indian ocean, the Himalayan ranges do not allow these winds to leave the Indian subcontinent. Instead the Himalayas allow these winds to exercise an all embracing and unifying on weather conditions all over India. The monsoon winds keep the whole India warm through their moderating influence on climate. As such, obviously the flora, fauna and the entire ecosystem of these areas are heavily dependent on the Monsoon. it has its positive and negative effects also.
  • 5. Nevertheless, the unifying influence of the monsoon on the Indian subcontinent is quite perceptible or noticeable. The seasonal alteration that is the change of the wind system and the associated weather conditions provide a rhythmic cycle of seasons Even the uncertainties of rain and uneven distribution are very much typical or usual features of the monsoons. These monsoons winds bind the whole country by providing water to set agricultural activities in motion. The river valleys which carry this water also unite as a single river valley unit.
  • 6. Monsoons have the potential to be extremely violent weather systems. Drought-stricken land can be suddenly drenched with several inches of rain. Property-damaging hail is common during the monsoon season, as are wildfires started when lightning strikes without producing rain in an area. Arroyos and canyons are prone to flooding as runoff from higher areas rush to carry excess rainfall through to lower areas. In areas that were burned by wildfires in previous years, mudslides and soil erosion can cause widespread damage to crops, homes and roads.
  • 7. The rhythmic cycle of seasons, keeps the human, animal and plant life are almost similar to that the whole of India. The monsoon also plays a significant role in celebrating festivals, folk dances, music, and other aspects of the cultural life of the people and their dress. Monsoon is most awaited weather in India. Here we detailed the Monsoon and its effects on Indians life in present as well as future life. Monsoon effects on various states and also charm of the Monsoon in brief detail. The imagination of one getting wet in nice drizzles from sky is a beautiful stuff. No matter how bad is your mood a good drizzle can swing that surely with some coffee and snacks. If you are in little heavy mood take a shower in this rain drizzles and enjoy the weather.
  • 8. As monsoon rhythm revolves around any region, it affects whole of the life living there, birds, animals, humans, etc. Thus, due to such characteristics, monsoon is considered as the unifying bond. Seasonal rhythm prevails in the country. If affects our life in a big way. There are many festivals celebrated during this season. The effects seen on land, vegetation, animals, agricultural and economic activities are a matter of celebration for the agricultural sector of India. The major festivals celebrated are Ganesh chaturthi, Naag panchami, Raksha bandhan, Onam, Rath yatras, Teej and many more.
  • 9. The term "unifying bond" implies an attachment or affection of something with another. Such conditions are formed when we talk of monsoon's attachment with India. The cold winds from north side do not strike India as there exists a natural barrier of the
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