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How is monsoon the unifying bond for the people of India?

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  2. The monsoon winds bind the entire country by providing water, which is needed to start off agricultural activities. This is the reason the monsoon is considered a unifying bond for the Indian subcontinent. Despite variations in temperatures across India, the monsoons create a sense of unity because they affect the whole country.

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