Which part of India receives most rainfall? The locations with the highest rainfall in the world also Amazing right? India is a land of diversity From cultural, to linguistic, to even geographical diversity! Due to the latter, one can experience varied temperatures and climates in different parts of the subcontinent. So you have places as dry as the Thar desert in the West and places as wet as Mawsynram in the East which occurs to be the wettest place in India. You have places as cold as Leh in the North and as humid as Chennai in the South. It is a superb amalgam of all of this. India is incredible indeed! Among the highest rainfall states in India, feature Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, West Bengal, Odisha, Uttarakhand, Karnataka and Kerala Mawsynram Mawsynram of Khasi Hills in Meghalaya, North East India, has the title of being the wettest place of India and of the world. It is located on the top of a hill in the middle of a valley. It has a recorded 11, 872 mm. of rainfall during peak monsoons in India. The modest hamlet of huts, where often the rain bearing clouds enter inside, has very simple localites residing who consider it to be a great thing that their village features in the Guinness Book Of World Records for being the wettest place of the world. Landslides are a common feature in the area due to incessant heavy rains and residents prepare themselves prior to the rainy season. Women from every household make “knups,” using bamboo slivers, plastic sheets and broom grass to create a rain shield. Cherrapunji Cherrapunji also lies in the slopes of Khasi Hills and experiences rain levels very close to Mawsynram. Its located at the confluence of two gorges in the hills. 11,619 mm. is the highest rainfall recorded in Cherrapunji. Agumbe Agumbe is a small town in Shimoga district of Karnataka. It receives an average rainfall of 7,691 mm. and is one of the most scenic places in Western Ghats of India. It has lush green views all around and has an important rainforest station for research. Mahabaleshwar Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra comes next in terms of amount of rainfall it receives annually. 5,618 mm. is the recorded level. It is also located close to Western Ghats and receives continuous rainfall in mild quantity throughout the year. Heavy rains occur during monsoons. It is a perfect summer weekend getaway. Amboli Amboli is another hill station in Maharashtra, close to Panjim, famous for tourism especially in rainy season. Its called the ‘MIST PARADISE’ and encompasses beautiful gorges and waterfalls during monsoons. It is also home to a rare variety of flora and fauna. Pasighat Pasighat witnesses an annual rainfall of 4,388 mm. every year. Full of beautiful tea gardens, Pasighat feels more like Assam than Arunachal Pradesh but it is located in Arunachal Pradesh itself and is one of the oldest villages of the state. Gangtok Gangtok, capital of Sikkim comes next in line and experiences 3,737 mm. of annual rainfall. It has now converted into a modern capital with concrete buildings having come up here. Rumtek and Tsomgo Lake are certain places for excursion. Khangchendzonga national park is another tourist favourite. One can stay here and enjoy the unique culture of the place Monsoon is definitely the best time to enjoy the lovely climate here. So this is the most rain falls in india.