The correct match is given as under:
||Bay of Bengal
1. In the month of September, monsoon winds start retreating from the northeast direction. Hence, they are termed as northeast monsoon winds.
2. In the summer season, the north Indian lands witness hot and dusty winds. These are termed as loo.
They cause dust storms, which are experienced at least once in the daytime.
3. India receives most of its rainfall from the southwest monsoon. It has two branches: the one originating from the Arabian Sea and the other originating from the Bay of Bengal.
4. From September to November, monsoon winds start retreating. Thus, the weather becomes extreme with high heat. The cyclones rising in the Bay of Bengal cause rainfall in the Coromandel Coast of Tamil Nadu.
5. The term 'monsoon' is derived from the Arabic term 'mausim
,' which implies season. India experiences the monsoon type of climate.