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(c) Convectional type of rainfall is not prominent in India.
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Convectional rains are a feature of the equatorial regions and the equator passes through the northern part of Brazil.
Due to the intense heat here the air expands and rises upwards. As the air goes upwards it cools down, condensation occurs and clouds are formed. This leads to convectional rains every day.
As such conditions do not exist in India, convection rainfall is not prominent here.

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