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Climate of Rajasthan

Nestled in the foot hills of the Aravalli Mountain Range, a Tour to Rajasthan is considered to be a Climate of Rajasthandefinite must include if you are planning a tour itinerary to India. The land of the Rajputs, the entirety of the province of Rajasthan is resplendent in its rich and varied culture, a culture that has been influenced to a large extent by the varied topography of Rajasthan which has also influenced the Climate of Rajasthan. Thus, if you are planning a holiday in Rajasthan, it is best to be prepared with some of the main points of the Rajasthan General Info, which can help you, understand the province as well as know its attractions even better.

The Climate of Rajasthan:
Influencing several theories on the Best Time to Visit Rajasthan, the climate of Rajasthan can be divided into four basic sub divisions which are:Climate of Rajasthan:
» Summers
» Monsoon
» Post-Monsoons
» Winters
Summers which are hot and dry is considered to be the hottest period in Rajasthan with the temperature rising to almost as high as 45 degrees Celsius at its highest. The hill station of Mount Abu, the only hill station of Rajasthan, however, remains a blessed exception in this mercurial madness with temperatures at this important tourist destination of Rajasthan hovering around comfortable lows.

The period between the months of July to September sees the mercury dropping to a more moderate temperature, with a comparatively higher level of humidity which is to set the stage for the next season or the monsoons, when the tourist attraction of Rajasthan reaches an all time high.

The monsoons make this already beautiful province prettier than ever by adding their cool moisture to the hot, golden sands of the Thar Desert, which adds an even greater incentive in planning a trip to Rajasthan during this period.

Perhaps, one of the most pleasant times to visit Rajasthan, the winters in Rajasthan stretch between the months of December to March. January is seen to be the coolest month of the year, which often sees a temperature drop that is as drastic as 0 degrees Celsius.

Table of the Climate of Rajasthan:
January to March (winters)
Extending from December to March is the winter season. The coldest month of the season is January. The temperature ranges from 10° C to 27° C. However, there may be considerable difference in the maximum and minimum temperatures.
50F - 80F
10°C - 27°C
4MM - 7MM
April to June (summer)
The hottest season of Rajasthan, summer, extends from April to June. The temperature in this season ranges from 32° C to 45° C. The only place in Rajasthan that is a little cool in summers is the hill station,
Mt Abu. However, the nights in Rajasthan are pretty cool, with the night temperature falling considerably.
75F - 105F
32°C - 45°C
11MM - 30MM
July to September (monsoon)
During the period of July to September, lies the monsoon. The temperature ranges from 35° C to 40° C. The state receives approximately 90% of its annual rainfall in this season only. It is the most humid season in Rajasthan.
70F - 95F
35°C - 40°C
100MM - 165MM
October to December (post monsoon)
From October to November is the post monsoon season. The average maximum temperature ranges between 33° C to 38° C, and the minimum is between 18° C and 20° C.
55F - 85F
18°C - 38°C
3MM - 8MM

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