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The city of Ghaziabad is closely connected to the National Capital of Delhi giving it similar climate. Similar to other districts of northern India Ghaziabad has three typical seasons. Summer, Winter, and Rainy. Delhi’s temperature impacts much of Ghaziabad’s weather as well. The City of Ghaziabad normally rains from first week of July to October. Rajasthan’s dust storms or snow acculmalation in the Himalayas or Garhwal Hills can change Ghaziabad’s climate and weather too. The typical monsoon in Ghaziabad starts near the end of June. Ghaziabad’s climate is very consistent like most of northern India.

The city of Ghaziabad has over 535 villages and the languages mostly spoken consists of Hindi, Urdu, and English. Hindi is a widely spoken language in Indian States as well as union territories of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Jharkhand, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh. The name of the Hindu language originates from the people who lived on the other side of the Sindu River and the believers of the Hindu faith. Hindi part of Hindu language but with an european dialect to it is spoken all over India and Ghaziabad. Hindi is a major part of language in Punjabi, Sindhi, Kannada, Konkani, Oriya, Bengali, and Nepali. The language of Urdu originates from the Persian language with origins that date back to the truly native people of India listed with the Prakrit based Apabhramsa languages. Seperated by two very different writing systems Hindu and Urdu stays connected with culture even through the period of British rule. English language classes during that period became required in education becoming the third most spoken language in India as well as in the city of Ghaziabad. The influence of the English has had a major impact of the language in India and Pakistan. Making the three most spoken languages Hindi, Urdu, and English.


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