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Delhi India is the third largest city in India surpasses in population only by Calcutta and Bombay It is located in the upper northwest region of India with the latitude of 286a North and longitude of 77a The altitude of the city ranges from 305 to 610 meters and features a hill region consisting of many small mountains and elevated areas in certain part of the city Indias climate is hot throughout the year because the country itself is near the equator It has a tropical rainy and dry climate during winter season and brings a hot summer The summer season lasts from March to the end of June which the average maximum temperature is 36a C and an average minimum temperature of 25a C The winter season last from November to February with the average maximum temperature of 25aC and a minimum temperature as low as 7aC The area is generally said to be arid to semi-arid The months of June and July as well as October and November seems to produce the most precipitation Which comes in hand since the area is very agricultural It is important to note that Delhi lies very near the river of Yamuna a tributary of the Ganes This proves to be quite important since the river helps much of the agriculture of the area The two rain seasons of India makes Delhi a place very suitable for an agricultural living in fact India rank 1st for the production of tea and sugar It also produces a vast amount of wheat rice tobacco cotton and natural rubber which are often exported to other countries Because of the climate in Delhi it leads to a tropical woodland and shrub vegetation area also known as thorn forest Because of the longer dry season the city results in low trees with thick barks and smaller leaves Many times there is a dense undergrowth of thorny plants brambles and grasses as
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