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The Indian economy is vitally linked with the monsoon because of its water resources. A large part of the country gets more than 75% of the annual rainfall during the four months, June to September.The production of food grains depends fairly closely on the amount and distribution of monsoon rainfall over the country. On the debit side, Indian economy suffers heavy losses due to floods and droughts almost every year.The population of India is increasing at a much faster rate than the total foodgrains production and soon the country may be facing a serious economic crisis. A large part of the monsoon water which is currently unutilized should be held at suitable locations for irrigation and possible power generation.
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Monsoons have a gr8 influence in India. monsoon bind whole country by providing water to set agricultural activities in motion