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‘Very hot and dry and very cold and wet regions of India have a low density of population.’ This statement is explained below:

a. Climatic condition is a physical factor that affects the spatial distribution of the population in a country.


b. People usually tend to concentrate on the area which has a moderate climatic condition- neither very hot nor very cold.


c. It must also have adequate precipitation to support life activities.


d. The extreme climatic conditions are not very favorable for the people to concentrate in those areas.


e. It makes the area less attractive for human inhabitation.


f. The least inhabited area in India is the Western Rajasthan.


g. This is due to the high temperature in dry conditions.


h. The states which have high population density like Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal have better climatic conditions.


i. They have a moderate temperature along with adequate precipitation.


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