Places In India With The Most Rainfall!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

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The wettest place on Earth. Mawsynram receives 11,872 mm of monsoon rainfall in Meghalaya's Khasi Hills.


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Cherrapunji has India's second-highest rainfall. Cherrapunji receives 11,619 mm of rain annually.


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Agumbe is a small village in the Malnad area. It is in the Tirthahalli Taluk. It gets the most rain in all of Karnataka.


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Rivers, cascades, and peaks make Mahabaleshwar, a Western Ghats hill station, famous. It's India's wettest place, in Satara, Maharashtra.


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Pasighat, the "Gateway of Arunachal Pradesh," is home to River Bramhaputra. Photographers love the area's many scenes.


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Amboli is another place in Maharashtra that gets a lot of rain every year and is known for its beautiful valleys.


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The famous city of Sikkim gets 3,737 mm of rain every year, which is more than enough to give you a relaxing vacation with your family.


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