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The climate of India may be broadly described as tropical monsoon type. There are four seasons: 1. winter (January-February), 2. hot weather summer (March-May); 3. rainy southwestern monsoon (June-September) and 4. post-monsoon, also known as northeast monsoon in the southern Peninsula (October-December). India's climate is affected by two seasonal winds - the northeast monsoon and the southwest monsoon. The north-east monsoon, commonly known as winter monsoon blows from land to sea, whereas south-west monsoon, known as summer monsoon blows from sea to land after crossing the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, and the Bay of Bengal. The south-west monsoon brings most of the rainfall during a year in the country.
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