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India is a country of ancient times and unlimited natural resources. Its ancient culture, the rivers, mountains and  vegetation, not to forget its exotic spices, make the country a wonderful place to visit or to live.
Mark Twain once said: "So far as I am able to judge, nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make India the most extraordinary country that the sun visits on his rounds. Nothing seems to have been forgotten, nothing overlooked."


Weather of India: The climate in India is highly influenced by the Monsoon. The Southwest monsoon is the more important one, as it causes rains over most parts of the country, and it lasts from June to September. It hits the west coast the most, as crossing the Western Ghats and reaching the rest of India is an uphill task for the winds. The Northeast monsoon hits the east coast between October and February, mostly in the form of occasional cyclones which cause much devastation every year. The only region that gets rains from both monsoons is Northeastern India, which consequently experiences the highest rainfall in the world. India experiences 3 main seasons – summer, rainy and winter. Summers started from Mid March and continue till early October. During this stretch rains occurred in the months of June, July and August. Winters set in Early October and drop lowest during the month of January.

Food of India: Indian Cuisine is diverse like the entire country. Indian Cuisine can be divided into five sections – namely North Indian, South Indian, East Indian, West Indian and North East Indian. Each region has its own specialties and is further sub divided in regional cuisine. The Indian Cuisine is diverse and very rewarding in taste. Indian cuisine uses lots of spices as it is generally available. India is the best place to savor Indian Cuisine.

Best Time to Visit India: The best time to visit India is in between the months of October to March. The temperature is cool as compare to the rest of the year. However, if you are planning to visit the North India during (December – January) is prepared to face intense cold climate. South and West Indian remain pleasant during the winters. In the summer season (May to September) could be trouble if you are visiting the South India. Month of June to September bring excessive rains and climate remains humid.

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