Climate of Delhi:
Delhi has a weird weather with unbearable heat in summer,
sultry weather in monsoon and very cold weather in winters. Unlike many places
Delhi one can experience all the weathers here. Being located between Aravallis
and Himalayas, hence experiences extreme weather conditions. During summer the
hot air loo blow from the desert region of Rajasthan and during winters the
cold air from Himalayas blow to Delhi. All five seasons are experienced here.
Summer: summer start from the month of April and peaks in mid month till June. The hot loo air blows during peak summer season. The maximum temperature during summer goes up to 420 and minimum would be 250. It is advisable not to venture out from 12to 4pm in peak summers. Schools in Delhi declare holiday in the months of May and June due to extreme heat. Light cotton woollen clothes are the best to wear. Tourists who visit during this period need to carry lot of water bottles to keep them hydrated.
Monsoon season: July to September is the monsoon
season. During this period one experience very humid and sultry weather
conditions. The maximum temperature would be close to 350 and the
minimum temperature would be around 250. Due to sultry and humid
weather it is advisable to drink lots of water to keep hydrated. Better to wear
cotton clothes during this part of the climate.
Winter season: Mid November to January is the winter months the maximum temperature during peak winters would be 100 and the minimum temperature would be 30. Heavy woollen clothes are required during peak winters. One can enjoy the cold winds blowing from the Himalayas. Days are short and nights are longer during this period. In this one feel like drinking hot badam milk or warm water to keep the body warm.
October to November and February to March are the
best months to visit Delhi. During these months weather is perfect as it is not
too hot or too cold. The spring season from February and March are pleasant
with slowly the temperatures start to rise. The flowers bloom during this
period. The Mughal gardens are open in the month of February. October and mid
mid November is the autumn season where the heat recedes and the temperatures
come down. Best time to visit Delhi is these months.
Delhi being the capital city is very easily accessible by air, road and rail.
By air: Many international and flights are directly connected to Delhi. Delhi is connected to all the cities in India by air.
Phone number of airport: 0124 3376000
By rail: There is mainly six railway station in Delhi they are
New Delhi railway station
Phone number: 011 23341074/011 23389319
Old Delhi railway station
Phone number:1800 111139
Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station:
Phone number: 011 24355954
Anand vihar terminal railway station
Phone number: 011 23747110
Delhi Sarai Rohilla Railway station:
Phone number: 01128712132
Delhi Shahdara Junction Railway station
Delhi is well connected by road. There are three bus
terminals Inter state bus terminal(ISBT) at Kashmere gate, Anand Vihar Bus
terminus, Sarai Kale Bus terminus. Both private and government buses run at a
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