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Bangalore is located on the Deccan Plateau in the southern part of Karnataka. The majority of Bangalore's terrain is hilly, with rocky and granite hills at the western and northern parts of the city. Many lakes are found in these areas. At , Bangalore has a relatively high elevation compared to other major cities in India, such as Mumbai (elevation ), Chennai () or Kolkata (). This gives it a temperate climate year-round: its winters are not as cold as those at northern Indian cities like New Delhi (), but neither does it experience extreme heat waves like those experienced further south; however, during summers temperatures can reach up to . It receives rainfall from both monsoons – southwest monsoon from June to September and northeast monsoon from October to December – although summer rains contribute more than 75% of total annual rainfall due west Bengaluru gets most rain followed by north east Karnataka region including Mysore district which get most rain after west Bengaluru due south Karnataka region including Mangalurugot least amount).