1.The Himalayas protect the subcontinent from extremely cold winds from
central Asia. This enables northern India to have uniformly higher
temperatures when compared to other areas on the same latitudes.
2.The peninsular plateau, under the influence of the sea from three sides, has moderate temperatures.
effect of monsoon on the Indian subcontinent is quite perceptible. The
seasonal alteration of the wind systems and the associated weather
conditions provide a rhythmic cycle of seasons.
4.The flora and fauna
in entire Indian landscape, agricultural calendar and the life of the
people, including their festivities, revolve around this phenomenon.
people of India especially the farmers 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 in motion. The river valleys which carry this water also
unite as a single river valley unit.
5.the moral values we could inculcate from this are:
i. helping others
ii. improving the condition of our society.
iii. unity in such a diversity is also seen in monsoon