Where is it raining heavily in India?
Mawsynram of Khasi Hills in Meghalaya, North East India, has the title of being the wettest place of India and of the world. It is located on the top of a hill in the middle of a valley. It has a recorded 11, 872 mm. of rainfall during peak monsoons in India.
Which are the four areas with heavy rainfall in India?
Top 10 Highest Rainfall Regions in India
- Konkan Region. The Konkan or Konkan Coast is the section of the western coastline of Arabian Sea from Thane Maharashtra to Mangalore. …
- Malenadu Region. …
- Palakkad Gap. …
- Nilgiri Hills. …
- East Khasi Hills. …
- Malabar Coast. …
- Coromandel Coast. …
- Lakshadweep Islands.
Which place in Kerala gets highest rainfall?
Neriamangalam gets one of the highest average rainfall in the state of Kerala. So this place is aptly hailed as ‘The Cherrapunjee of Kerala’. The nearest town is Kothamangalam, which is about 17.6 km (11 mi) from Neriamangalam.
Which country has heavy rainfall?
|Rank||Country||Average precipitation (mm in depth per year)|
|2||São Tomé and Príncipe||3,200|
|3||Papua New Guinea||3,142|
Which district more rain in Kerala?
Vaikom in Kottayam district recorded the highest rainfall in the state with 10 cm followed by Kakkayam in Kozhikode district and Vellarikundu in Kasargod district. Both the places recorded 8 cm of rainfall each. The heavy rains have led to an overflow of water in rivers and canals in several districts of the state.
Which place has lowest rainfall in Kerala?
Chinnar in Idukki has received the lowest rainfall in Kerala. Chinnar has an average rainfall of 100mm. Neriamangalam in Ernakulam district has received the highest rainfall in Kerala.