India is one of those amazing countries in the world that greet tourists (domestic and international) all year round. This southeast Asian country has a vast size, different climatic conditions. From east to west to north to south, the climate of India changes dramatically. You may find snow in one region while the other one gets enriched with the lush green tapestry. India has a total of three seasons every year – summer, monsoon, and winter. The summer period in India starts between April-June (humid months). During summers, tourists flock to Himalayan destinations. The monsoon starts in India in mid-June/July – September/October. Tourists prefer to visit the hill stations in South India since they are not at much elevation, which reduces the risk of landslides. The winter period in India commences from October-February. This is the best time to visit India’s coastal and beach destinations. If you talk about India’s snowfall months, it could be seen in the higher Himalayan region during mid-December-January/February.
To give you detailed information about India,s weather in 4 regions (East-West-North-South), study this weather chart. Note that weather conditions and temperature may slightly differ during your travel time but will surely give you the glimpse of India’s weather.