In India, maximum amount of rainfall is received from
- Western Disturbances
- North-east Monsoon
- South-west Monsoon
- Retreating Monsoon
The south-west monsoon occur from June through September. The northern and central Indian subcontinent heat up considerably during the hot summers. This causes a low pressure area over the northern and central Indian subcontinent. To fill this void, the moisture-laden winds from the Indian Ocean (South-west) rush into the subcontinent.
On reaching the southernmost point of the Indian Peninsula, the moisture-laden winds divide into two parts: the Arabian Sea Branch and the Bay of Bengal Branch.
The correct option is C.