Three Dominant Characteristics of the Indian Monsoons
Following are the characteristics of the Indian Monsoons:
(i) Seasonal reversal of direction in wind system. The Monsoon winds blow from land to sea in winter and from sea to land in summer.
(ii) Seasonal heavy rainfall and drought are common features of the Indian Monsoon.
(iii) In spite of local variations in climatic conditions the Monsoon unites the whole country into a single climatic thread of Monsoon type of climate.