RAJESH NAYAK IMPORTANT CHAPTERS FROM SOCIAL SCIENCE AND SCIENCE (FROM NCERT CLASS 6 TH & 7 TH ) CONTENTS NCERT CLASS-VI-SOCIAL STUDIES, THE EARTH OUR HABITAT-CHAPTER-8 NCERT CLASS-VI-SCIENCE-CHAPTERS-7, 9 AND 16 TH NCERT CLASS-VII-SCIENCE-CHAPTERS-7, 9, 16, 17 & 18
RAJESH NAYAK CLASS-VI-SOCIAL STUDIES, THE EARTH OUR HABITAT-CHAPTER-8 INDIA: CLIMATE, VEGETATION AND WILDLIFE The major seasons recognised in India are: • Cold Weather Season (Winter) December to February • Hot Weather Season ( summer) March to May • Southwest Monsoon Se ason (Rainy) June to September • Season of Retreating Monsoon (Autumn) October and November COLD WEATHER SEASON OR WINTER During the winter season, the sun rays do not fall directly in the region. the temperatures are quite low in northern India. HOT WEATHER SEASON OR SUMMER In the hot weather season sun rays more or less directly fall in this region. Temperature becomes very high. Hot and dry winds called loo, blow during the day SOUTHWEST MONSOON SEASON OR RAINY SEASON marked by the onset and advance of monsoon. winds blow from Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal towards the land. carry moisture with them. When these winds strike the mountain barriers, rainfall occurs. SEASON OF RETREATING MONSOONS OR AUTUMN Winds move back from the mainland to the Bay of Bengal. the season of the retreating monsoons. The southern parts of India, particularly Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh receive rainfall in this season. However, the climate is about the average weather condition, which have been measured over many years. The climate of India has broadly been described as Monsoon type . Monsoon is taken from the Arabic word ‗mausim‘, which means seasons. Due to India‘s location in the tropical region, most of the rain is brought by monsoon winds. Agriculture in India is dependent on rains. Good monsoons mean adequate rain and a bountiful crop. NATURAL VEGETATION Vegetation of India can be divided into five types – Tropical evergreen forest, Tropical deciduous forest, Thorny bushes, Mountain vegetation and Mangrove Forests TROPICAL RAIN FOREST occur in the areas which receive heavy rainfall. so dense that sunlight doesn‘t reach the ground. Many species of trees are found in these forests, which shed their leaves at different times appear green and are called evergreen forest Important trees found in these forests are mahogany, ebony and rosewood. Andaman and Nicobar Islands, parts of North-Eastern states and a narrow strip of the Western slope of the Western Ghats are home of these forests. TROPICAL DECIDUOUS FORESTS large part of our country we have this type of forest.
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