India Vegetation by K. Siddhartha Sir

Vegetation as a natural product, not a part of biodiversity or forest resources

The character of vegetation depends upon its temperature rainfall, soil and interference by man. The climate of India is tropical and even in the northerly region of the Punjab plain winters are mild. Consequently, vegetation is tropical monsoonal in character throughout India below 900 metres. Variations in species and luxurience of vegetation from place to place thus depends to a large extent on the distribution of rainfall hence we have

Tropical Evergreen
Tropical Deciduous
Dry Savanna
Semi desert scrub
Tropical desert
Himalayan vegetation