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CLASS THREE:

CLASS THREE A PRESENTATION USEFUL TO EXPLAIN CLIMATE AND SHELTERS INDIA JYOTHI SINGH

House On Map:

House On Map

NORTH OF INDIA:

NORTH OF INDIA

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NORTH INDIA IS VERY COLD. TEMPERATURE RUNS TO MINUS

CLIMATE OF NORTH INDIA:

CLIMATE OF NORTH INDIA

IGLOO:

IGLOO

HOUSES HERE ARE:

HOUSES HERE ARE KASHMIR HARYANA HIMACHAL PRADESH

SIKARA AND INSIDE SIKARA:

SIKARA AND INSIDE SIKARA

SOUTH OF INDIA:

SOUTH OF INDIA

CLIMATE OF SOUTH INDIA tropical monsoon climate. :

CLIMATE OF SOUTH INDIA tropical monsoon climate. CLIMATE CHANGES AS PER OCEAN PRESURE FACES THREE MAIN SEASONS HILLY AREAS HAVE LESS TEMPERATURE SUMMERS ARE LONGER GETS HEAVY RAINFALL SOMETIMES FACES CYCLONE

TRADITIONAL HOUSE OF SOUTH INDIA:

TRADITIONAL HOUSE OF SOUTH INDIA

TEMPLES OF SOUTH INDIA:

TEMPLES OF SOUTH INDIA

MAP OF EAST INDIA:

MAP OF EAST INDIA

HOUSES IN HIGH LANDS:

HOUSES IN HIGH LANDS

HOUSESAND SHELTERS OF ASSAM:

HOUSESAND SHELTERS OF ASSAM heavy rainfall can cause flooding of homes

SHILONG (SCOTLAND OF INDIA):

SHILONG (SCOTLAND OF INDIA)

MAP OF WEST INDIA:

MAP OF WEST INDIA GOA

DESERT OF RAJASTAN:

DESERT OF RAJASTAN

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1.WINTER •Sun’s rays fall vertically over Southern Hemisphere. •So, India gets oblique rays of the sun and temperature decreases. •Days are bright due to sunlight but nights are cold. •Fine weather is disturbed by temperate cyclones which originate over the Mediterranean Sea & cause rainfall & snowfall in north-western parts of India. •North-East Monsoons blow from land & are dry. •However they gather mositure while crossing the Bay of Bengal and cause rainfall along Coromandel coast. •Contributes to over 2% of the country’s annual average rainfall. QUESTION: Describe the pressure and wind conditions of India during winter. ANSWER: High pressure is formed at the north of Himalays and cold icy winds starts blowing towards Indian Ocean to the south. (i.e. low pressure area)

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2.Summer •Middle of March to end of May •Sun’s rays fall vertically over northern hemisphere & so temperature is high •The north Indian plain has very high temperature because of long days & distance from sea. •Dust storms & hot dry winds are common •Ganganagar of Rajasthan-52 degree C-has highest temperature •During this time, northern mountain region & plateau of Peninsular India are cooler. •Rainfall occurs at few places due to local convection currents. •Pre-monsoon showers that occur in April-May in Kerala are called Mango showers. •Assam & W. Bengal get some rain during this season. •North-western regions do not get any rainfall. •Coromadel coast gets some rainfall •India gets 10% of total rainfall during this season. •The pre-monsoon showers that occur in April-May due to local heating and convection currents are called Mango showers. They occur in Kerala.

RAIN:

RAIN RAIN IS ALWAYS HEAVY IN INDIA COASTAL AREAS FACES CYCLONE ( WINDS WITH RAIN) MANSOON BRINGS RAIN IN ALL REGIONS WEST IS DRY EAST IS HILLY- LOTS OF RAIN FLOWS DOWN WASHING CROPS.

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