Placement on Earth & Weather
The Himalayas is a large mountain range that covers a large portion of Asia, forming the northern border of an Indian subcontinent. It covers parts of India, Nepal, Bhutan, China, Pakistan, and is known for housing the world's highest mountains.
The Himalayas is the highest mountain range on the planet, with over 30 peaks rising 24000ft(7300m) above sea level. Mount Everest is known to be the highest of all the mountains, which is 29029ft(8848m) above sea level, K2 coming at a close second with 28251ft(8610m). After that, it's Kanchenjunga at third(28169ft), and Lhotse in fourth(27940ft). The mountains have a complex structure with snow capped tops, valley glaciers, river gorges, and rich vegetation, with most mountains still growing today.
Everything below will be on the topic of weather and climate rather than the placement of the Himalayas and its structure.
Average Temperature by Area
an average temperature of 26.2°C, November is the hottest month of the year. At 24.5°C on average, July is the coldest month of the year.
Precipitation is the lowest in December, with an average of 167 mm. In June, the precipitation reaches its peak, with an average of 317 mm.