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West Bengal


The climate of West Bengal can be divided into:
a) The hot dry period that spreads from March to early June.
b) The monsoons from July to September.
c) And the cool winter from October to February.

The southwest monsoon has a great impact on the climate of the state. The intensity of the monsoon determines, to a considerable extent, the harvesting of a large variety of agricultural products in this region.

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