Top 5 Indian Places with Highest Average Annual Rainfall

The highest rainfall place receive rains due to the monsoon of the Bay of Bengal and Arabian sea branch. Top five places with the highest average annual rainfall in the country are Mawsynram and Cherrapunji in Meghalaya,Amboli in Maharashtra,Agumbe in Karnataka and Neriamangalam in Kerala.

Mawsynram, Meghalaya

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Mawsynram is the wettest place on the planet and known for its stalagmites Shivalinga. The village in the East Khasi Hills is reportedly the wettest place on Earth and as per the Guinness Book of World Records Mawsynram received an annual rainfall of 11,872 millimetres.

Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

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Cherrapunji is the second wettest place on Earth and the only place in India to receive rain throughout the year. The major attractions of the rainfall or monsoon are Seven Sisters’ falls,Nohkalikai falls and also famous for its living bridges.

Amboli, Maharashtra

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Amboli is one of the Hill Station in south Maharashtra and the last hill station before the coastal highlands of Goa. The unexplored hill station lies in the Sahayadri Hills of Western India and home to unique flora and fauna with incredibly high rainfall with numerous waterfalls and mist during the monsoons.

Agumbe, Karnataka

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Agumbe is sometimes called The Cherrapunji of the South and gets the highest average rainfall in the state of Karnataka. The small hill village is wettest place of the Western Ghat mountains in Karnataka and surrounded by rainforest,medicinal plants,waterFalls and the natural beauty.

Neriamangalam, Kerala

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Neriamangalam is a village in Ernakulam on the banks of Periyar River in the Greenest States of Kerala. The Gateway to the Highranges of the Western Ghats,Neriamangalam region gets the highest average rainfall in the state of Kerala so called as The Cherrapunjee of Kerala.