a) Jammu and Kashmir: Moderate climate
Ladakh is a cold desert with extreme temperatures and Jammu is a sub-tropical region with abundant sunshine and hot temperature.
(b) Kerala: Tropical wet and dry climate
Kerala is mostly subject to the type of humid tropical wet climate experienced by most of Earth’s rainforests
(c) Rajasthan: Arid or semi-arid and features fairly hot temperatures
The climate of Rajasthan keeps varying throughout the state. In the desert areas, it is usually hot and dry in summer and cold during the winters.
(d) North-east India: Wet and Hot
North east has a predominantly humid sub-tropical climate with hot, humid summers, severe monsoons, and mild winters.