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Apart from India, which of the following countries also use terms ‘Kharif’ and ‘Rabi’ to describe their cropping patterns?
Nepal and Sri Lanka
Pakistan and Bangladesh
Bhutan and Sri Lanka
Nepal and Bangladesh
None of these
The agricultural crop year in India is from July to June. The Indian cropping season is classified into two main seasons-(i) Kharif and (ii) Rabi based on the monsoon. The kharif cropping season is from July –October during the south-west monsoon and the Rabi cropping season is from October- March (winter). The crops grown between March and June are summer crops. Pakistan and Bangladesh are two other countries that are using the term ‘kharif’ and ‘rabi’ to describe about their cropping patterns. The terms ‘kharif’ and ‘rabi’ originate from Arabic language where Kharif means autumn and Rabi means spring.
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