What is the average rainfall of Himachal Pradesh?
|Sl. No.||State||Average annual rainfall (mm)|
|19.||Jammu and Kashmir||1,011|
Which month does Himachal Pradesh get maximum rainfall and why?
During the season streams and natural springs are replenished. The heavy rains in July and August cause erosion, floods and landslides. Of all the state districts, Dharamsala receives the highest rainfall, nearly about 130 mm. Spiti is the driest area of the state (rainfall below 50mm).
Which is the driest place in HP?
Spiti is the driest area with 50 mm rainfall because of being enclosed by High Mountain from all sides.
What is the climatic conditions of Himachal Pradesh?
Climate of Himachal Pradesh : It varies from hot and sub-humid tropical (450-900mtrs) in the southern Low tracts, warm and temperate (900-1800mtrs), cool and temperate (1900-2400mtrs) and cold alpine and glacial (2400-4800mtrs) in the northern and eastern high mountain ranges.
Which is the hottest month in Himachal Pradesh?
Which is the longest river of HP?
The Chandrabhaga or Chenab (Vedic name Askni), the largest river (in terms of volume of water) is formed after the meeting of two streams namely, Chandra and Bhaga at Tandi, in Lahaul.
Which is the largest city of HP?
List of cities in Himachal Pradesh by population
Which is the famous dance of Himachal Pradesh?
What is the main occupation of Himachal Pradesh?
What are the main features of Himachal Pradesh?
The shadowy valleys, rugged crags, glaciers and gigantic pines and roaring rivers and exquisite flora and fauna compose the symphony that is for ever Himachal. Himachal Pradesh came into being as a Union Territory in April 1948 as a result of integration of 30 princely States spread over 27,000 sq.km.