India has diverse agro-climatic conditions.
It has almost all types of climatic conditions, capable of producing almost all kinds of agricultural produce in one or the other region.
Several attempts have been made to classify India into various agricultural regions based on climatic and natural vegetation.
In 1989, the Planning Commission divided India into following 15 Agro-climatic regions.
 The North-Western Himalaya
 The North-East Himalaya
 The Lower Ganga Plain
 The Middle Ganga Plain
 The Upper Ganga Plain
 The Trans Ganga plain (Punjab plains)
 The Eastern Plateau and hills
 The Central Plateau and hills
 The Western Plateau and hills
 The Southern Plateau and hills
 The East Coast Plains and hills
 The West Coast Plains and Ghats
 The Gujarat Plains and hills
 The Western Dry Region
 The Islands