The whole of India has a tropical monsoonal climate, since the greater part of the country lies within the trophies, and the climate is influenced by the monsoons.     The position of the mountain ranges and direction of the rain-bearing winds are the two main factors that determine the climate of India     Alternating seasons is the chief characteristic of India's Climate.

The whole of India has a tropical monsoonal climate, since the greater part of the country lies within the trophies, and the climate is influenced by the monsoons. The position of the mountain ranges and direction of the rain-bearing winds are the two main factors that determine the climate of India Alternating seasons is the chief characteristic of India's Climate.

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The climate in India is affecting the people because India has different climate zones and vegetation. They have tropical grasslands, desert scrubs, diciduous forest, and mixed forests. If the Land is hot it doesn't get much rain and hard to grow crops/foods.

The climate in India is affecting the people because India has different climate zones and vegetation. They have tropical grasslands, desert scrubs, diciduous forest, and mixed forests. If the Land is hot it doesn't get much rain and hard to grow crops/foods.

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