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Discussion :: Indian Geography - Section 1 (Q.No.14)

14. 

The India's highest annual rainfall is reported at

[A]. Namchi, Sikkim
[B]. Churu, Rajasthan
[C]. Mawsynram, Meghalaya
[D]. Chamba, Himachal Pradesh

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

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Nany said: (Oct 2, 2011)  
Mausynram in khasi hills receives 1141cms of rainfall.

Swami said: (Dec 14, 2012)  
Mawsynram is the wettest place in the world located in India.

Nurandesh said: (Feb 19, 2013)  
North eastern part of India getting high rainfall because monsoon cover two side south east and south in that area due to conventional rainfall occur get high rainfall.

Amy said: (Nov 18, 2013)  
It has changed. Now it is cherrapunji, which is also close to mawsynram.

Narottam Mondal said: (Feb 28, 2014)  
Mawsynram is the highest rainfall place in India. It is situated in Meghalay, one corner of Garo pahar but Rajasthan is the lowest rainfall place place in India.

Neha Arora said: (Mar 3, 2014)  
Yes its perfectly write that mawsynram receives highest rainfall.

Dhruvil said: (Jul 22, 2014)  
Assam and meghalaya states in India received maximum rainfall.

Prakash said: (Oct 31, 2015)  
Mawsynram or Cherapunji? Which is the right answer.

Aswathi said: (May 11, 2016)  
@Prakash.

It is Mawsynram by Indian meteorological department.

Vikas Mishra said: (Dec 8, 2016)  
Mawsynram is located in three mountains that are the clouds do not pass there and the heavy rainfall.

Kumar Vishnu said: (Jan 19, 2017)  
Mawsynram or Cherapunji? Which is the right answer?

Ranjith said: (Feb 14, 2017)  
Because Arabian sea branch and bay of Bengal south-west wind branch meeting at Mawsynram and funnelling effect take place there.

Vyshnavi said: (Jan 21, 2018)  
Mawsynram is the right anwer.

Manjesh V said: (Sep 13, 2019)  
Mawsynram receives highest rainfall in India.

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