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Clarification on Indian Monsoon (Hindi )
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This lesson is on clarification of the topic Indian Monsoon.

Arpita Prakash
YouTuber NCERTs series initiator at Unacademy 'Educator of the Month' for Feb'19 CBSE 0.1% Merit Certificate holder in Mathematics

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please correct the length of chenab in India.. its showing 26755 in slide km..
I just heard this video...that irritating voice may be some technical fault...that's not from my end.. i am sorry...
Rohit kumawat
2 years ago
thanku mam.... it is just like "jitna karo kamm h" you have done such a beautiful job. thanku mam.. we can eat it easily
Arpita Prakash
2 years ago
That's really nice of you Rohit..thanks
Mansi Dewan
a year ago
mam please complete ncert of class 12th also..vry humble request
Hussain JB
8 months ago
mam when you start 12th ncert summary? ???????
Rk
mam ur doing great job
The Climate Part and The Indian Monsoon stuff is very nicely explained,Mam !! Thanks a lot !!
The Climate Part and The Indian Monsoon stuff is very nicely explained,Mam !! Thanks a lot !!
The Inter Tropical Convergence Zone, or ITCZ, is a belt of low pressure which circles the Earth generally near the equator where the trade winds of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres come together. apart from that I just want to thank you again ma'am I really never have seen such a beautiful person inside out who's so hardworking, humble n down to earth. so much to learn from you ma'am. Kudos.
Arpita Prakash
2 years ago
Thank you so much again, Prachi. It really means A LOT :)
Arpita Prakash
2 years ago
And if you use the term converge rather than coming together for the trade winds. It would justify the name ITCZ itself. Jyada better sound karega. Also use the name of trade winds rather than northern n southern hemisphere. It will make your ans more specific :)
Prachi Singh
2 years ago
Okay ma'am ill keep this thing in mind Thankyewwwwwwwww :)
Arpita Prakash
2 years ago
:) Pleasure
Mam your courses are awesome and very concise and helpful thanks for all this courses and also wanted to ask when your 11th (2nd part) and 12th course will come? can you give some rough idea about it? if yes mam please reply..
  1. LESSON CLIMATE


  2. ONSET OF HE MONSOON anrd. May sum things amdmaas hlp


  3. 0 90 150" PACIFIC OCEAN TIBETAN PLATEAU 30 d. BAY OF Tropic of Cancer INDIAN CEANS: DAN OCEAN 0. Equator 0" 30 Surface Winds == Tropical Easterly Jetstream = Subtropical Westerly Jetstream 30 Not to Scale 90 150 Figure 4.3: Atmospheric Conditions over the Indian Subcontinent in the Month of June


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  7. 68 E 72 76 809 HK 96 36 N INDIA MONSOONS ADVANCING N Srinagar PAKISTAN 32 32" Chandigarh CHINA (TIBET) 28 BHUTAN 15 July Jaipur Lucknow Patna A DNGLADA 24 ropic of Concor 1 Juno O Ahmadabad 15 June Bhopal Kolkatal Nagpur MYANMAR Bhubanesbwar 20 June Mumbl ARABIA N SEA BAY OF BENGAL Hyderabad 16 5 June Bangalore 12 Chennal 12 LAKSHADWEEP INDIA) ANDAMAN &NICOBAR ISLANDS INDIA) 8 N 0 200 400 INDIAN IT 400 600 km Thiruvananthapuram 76 RI LANKA I N D I A N OCE A N 8 N 72 E 84 88 92 E


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  10. 68 E 72 76 80 88 92 96"E INDIA MONSOONS ADVANCING 36 N 36 N Srinagar PAKISTAN 32 32 . Chandigarh N CHINA CTIBET 28 DELHI BHUTAN 15 July Jaipur ~~~..yo , shillong Lucknow Patna Imphal BANGLAD Ahmadabad Tropic of Cancer Ju Bhopal Kolkatal 1 June Nagpur . 20 MYANMAR Bhubanesbwar 20 June Mumbai ARABIAN SEA BAY OF BENGAL Hyderabad 16 Bangalore Chennai 12 12 LAKSHADWEEP INDIA) ANDAMAN &NICOBAR ISLANDS INDIA) 0 200 400 600 km 8 N Thiruvananthapuram ( . SRI Thinuvananthauram LANKA 8 N IN D I A N OCEA N 72 E 76 84 88 92 E Figure 4.4 : Advancing Monsoon