@bng_kdg_weather
Yes, you are right. I have shown the easiest example of ITCZ location, i.e in the Atlantic. It is not so obvious over India due to the monsoon phenomena. In summer the ITCZ moves north up to the buttresses of the Himalayan chain. In winter it moves southward to Northern Territory Australia. At the moment we are just in the middle and winds are not clearly settled.

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https://scied.ucar.edu/learning-zone/storms/monsoons

But combining Wind, Satellite INFRA+ and Rain accumulation as shown in the Atlantic, I would say that the ITCZ is now along the equator in the Indian Ocean.
To locate the equator, in Settings -> Show lat, lon grid