How delayed monsoon has a huge impact India’s economic revival from covid-19 

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Monsoon, livelihood, agriculture, climate change, Madhya Pradesh, economy Giriraj Amranath

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17 November 21

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Monsoon, a season which each and every one of us loves, has been not so fair with us this year. During monsoon, every moment feels precious, with rain falling all the time. Not just this, monsoon is very very important for our country due to one major reason, crops. A huge population depends on agriculture to sustain their livelihood, and this huge crop production is used to cater for the large population of the country.

Moreover, the surplus is exported to other countries. India is the top exporter of many fruits and vegetables to the world, all thanks to the country’s huge productivity. However, with the delayed monsoon of this year, the productivity of crops is in danger. Through this article, we will learn every single detail about this problem.

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