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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the monsoon?

Asked by Mitali Choudhury, 03 Jul '09 05:38 pm
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Advantage "barish me nahao"
disadvantage " agar koi samne se na hate to pani ke chite girao"
Answered by gaurav sharma, 03 Jul '09 06:13 pm

 
  
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Advantages : Earth requies water, water bodies will get dried up if there is no rain. Vegetation of land benefit by rain.Rain is water And without water no life can survive.Water cools the earth and brings down the temperature.Rain is beautiful,is a visual treat ,which enchants human minds.

Disadvantages :Difficult to get clothes dried, Anyway eatable which need to be dried in the sun.Children and parents are made to say indoors glued to watching TV.Neither shopping nor outing enjoyable.All have to carry wet umbrellas and raincoat ,an addition burden other than bags.Shoes and sandals get spoilt .Feel lazy to get out from bed and do routine work.After few days all will start saying ,"when will this rain stop" !!!
Answered by Rachana, 03 Jul '09 06:47 pm

 
  
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Disadvantages in the form of troubles that we face due to our unpreparedness...and advantages....what film producers reap...due to fitting that into their films... and...what we harvest due to our foresightedness...
Answered by sanjay sharma, 03 Jul '09 05:41 pm

 
  
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Monsoononly has advantages...its we humans who have still not harboured it properly to get benefits from it...and instead cause devastation for the poor.
The advent of monsoons are welcomed in a tropical India as it plummets the temperature down to more livable ones....it drenches the parched earth with crop saving water. fills up the dried up ponds and makes the habitat in forests more conducive to wild life. the reservoirs are filled to the brim again and hydro electric projects find the going easier. However...the governance of states over the years has created unplanned diversions for rivers and rivulets which result in erosion of soil and embankments...causing flood and misery...even after 62 years of our own goverance. How could they be so callous as to not solidify embankments of rivers which have wrecked havoc regularly over centuries. There are so many expert advice being given...reports filed...enquiry commissions set up...and we still sit idle and let villages after village ...more
Answered by prasoon, 03 Jul '09 06:05 pm

 
  
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Good for the crops
Electricity failures, and other problems faced are some of the disadvantages
good business for umbrella manufacturers.
Answered by kishoranandvittalmangalore, 03 Jul '09 05:41 pm

 
  
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Monsoon gives us the freshness, it helps the farmers it gives us the cool temperature bt excess of it creates the flood.
Answered by Debashish Dey, 03 Jul '09 05:40 pm

 
  
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Good for crops................
For me i got stuck....................
Answered by cancerian, 03 Jul '09 05:40 pm

 
  
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At least abhi to disadvantage mat pucho yaar
Answered by dolly, 03 Jul '09 05:45 pm

 
  
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The first major advantage is that there are no water cuts if the rains are on time, next its a great relief after teh scorching summer, it feels better to eat hot bhajiya while its raining. The farmers are relieved too. The disadvantages are that the flooding causes traffic jams, disruption of train services, felling of trees, land slides and houses crashing down. Also because roads are wet accidents are more. Any way I enjoy the rains.
Answered by manoj thakur, 08 Jul '09 04:52 pm

 
  
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It has both , if it is within limit it is good , beyond limit havoc
Answered by paresh ghoshal, 03 Jul '09 05:43 pm

 
  
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