200m in the south to 2000m in the north
200m in the south to 4000m in the north
200m in the south to 6000m in the north
200m in the south to 7000m in the north
The Alpine Zone
The Sub-Alpine zone
The Temperate zone
The Sub-Tropical zone
1, 2 and 3
1, 3 and 4
2, 3 and 4
1, 2 and 4
True : The mountain ranges acts as a barrier for the seasonal winds which are also known as monsoons that blows during summer. This enables our country to receive rainfall which is extremely useful for our agriculture.
False : It also blocks the cold and dry wind which blows from the north during winter. No, other factors like temperature, latitude and altitude also equally determine the climate of our country.
The growing season is very short.
The winter here is marked with snowfall and frost.
It remains cold even in summer.
The annual rainfall varies from 1000mm to 1500mm.
The southern foothills become warm and pleasant.
The rain water gives rise to numerous brooks and streams.
The wind blow from south to north.
Farmers plant paddy during this season