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Weather in India






Q. Best Time to visit to Delhi?

Ans. The period between October to March is undoubtedly the best time to be in Delhi. The weather in the city is comparatively pleasant and the searing summers as well as the inundating monsoon rains do not disrupt any tour of Delhi.



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Q. Best Time to visit to Agra?

Ans. As with the rest of India, any trip to Agra needs to be planned around two major weather challenges, namely the searing summers and the extremely wet monsoon rains. This makes the period between October and April the best time to come and tour Agra.





Q. Best Time to visit to Jaipur?

Ans. As with the rest of India, the period between October and March is the best time to visit Jaipur. The weather is comparatively pleasant and the scorching Rajasthani summers as well as the inundating monsoon rains do not disrupt any tour of Jaipur.





Q. Best Time to visit to Ranthambore?





Q. Best Time to visit to Varanasi?

Ans. Varanasi is located in the eastern part of the North Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and has a sub-tropical climate. The city is subject to great temperature variance between summers and winters and has a reputation in India for very hot days and very cool nights sometimes during the same season.





Q. Best Time to visit to Cochin?

Ans. The best time to visit Cochin is between December and April. Cochin has a tropical weather that is hot and humid for most of the year. The city is located in the extreme south west of the Indian sub-continent in proximity to the thermal equator. Cochin, therefore doesn’t get a lot of temperature variance, however is blessed with an average of 132 days of rainfall a year. The city is on the pathway of both the north east and south west Monsoon weather systems.





Q. Best Time to visit to Bangalore?

Ans. The best time to visit Cochin is between December and April. Cochin has a tropical weather that is hot and humid for most of the year. The city is located in the extreme south west of the Indian sub-continent in proximity to the thermal equator. Cochin, therefore doesn’t get a lot of temperature variance, however is blessed with an average of 132 days of rainfall a year. The city is on the pathway of both the north east and south west Monsoon weather systems.



Other Cities' Weather

North India

  • Pushkar Weather
  • Udaipur Weather
  • Ajmer Weather
  • Jaisalmer Weather
  • Khajuraho Weather
  • Bikaner Weather
  • Gwalior Weather

  • South India
  • Aurangabad Weather
  • Mumbai Weather
  • Chennai Weather
  • Goa Weather
  • Madurai Weather
  • Pondicherry Weather
  • Trichy Weather
  • Trivandrum Weather






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