Three distinct hypsographical regions:
- The Himalayan region in the North
- The Gangetic plain in the centre
- The Vindya hills and plateau in the south
The geography of Uttar Pradesh at a glance:
- Latitude – 23º52' North and 31º28' North,
- Longitude – 77º3' and 84º39' East,
- Forests cover 12.8% of the total geographical area of the state.
- The climate of the state is tropical monsoon
Its climate is categorized into:
Summer (March-June): Hot and dry with average temperature of 45 °C, sometimes with relative humidity (20%); dust laden winds.
Monsoon (June-September): Monsoon provides 85% of average annual rainfall of 990 mm and falls the temperature
Winter (October-February): winter is cold with average temperature of 3-4 °C wrapped in fog
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands||Chandigarh|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli||Daman and Diu|
|Lakshadweep||National Capital Territory of Delhi|