India offers variety of weather conditions, during the winter months of Jan Feb, temperate goes extremely low at few places and the summer is always hot in India.
Hottest Places in India
However most of the Indian places experience same amount of hotness but Rajasthan is the hottest state of India, here is list of hottest places in India.
Palodhi in Rajasthan is hottest place in India with maximum recorded temperature of 51 degree Celsius. India recorded its highest ever temperature of 51 degrees Celsius in town of Phalodi of Rajasthan.
Churu city in the Thar Desert region of Rajasthan is one of the hottest place in India followed by Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Kota and Sri Ganganagar.
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Ramagundam is the hottest places in this region, located on the banks of the Godavari river. The summer season of Ramagundam is extremely hot and the highest recorded temperature in the area is around 47.3 Celsius.
Nagpur records maximum temperature during the summers with highest so far at 47.8 degrees Celsius. The winter capital city of Maharashtra is listed as one of the hottest place in India followed by Chandrapur and Wardha.
Titlagarh is a small town in Balangir district of Odisha and known as the hottest place in Odisha. Peak temperature of Titlagarh in Odisha is 47.5 degrees Celsius.
Banda, Uttar Pradesh
Banda district in Uttar Pradesh is famous for Shajar stone and the hottest place in Uttar Pradesh state. Banda and Allahabad temperature touch 48 degrees Celsius, followed by Jhansi and Varanasi 46.6 degrees.
Coldest Places in India
Most of the Indian places experience same amount of coldness and here is list of top 5 coldest places in India.
Dras, Jammu and Kashmir
Dras valley of Kashmir is the coldest inhabited place in India, often called The Gateway to Ladakh. Dras is the part of the Kargil tehsil and during the height of winter temperature goes down as low as – 23 degrees Celsius.
Leh – Ladakh,Rohtang Pass and Kargil regions of India are also the most coldest places in the country.
Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh is a cold desert mountain valley , between Tibet and India. Kaza town in Spiti Valley is one of the high altitude cold desert of India and one of the coldest place followed by neighbouring Kurfi and Keylong.
Munsiari hill state of Uttarakhand is the starting point of various treks to the great Himalayan mountain range. The temperature touches below zero during the winter months and the five peaks on the Panchchuli are located near Munsiari.
Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Tawang is a extremely romantic place of India and receives snowfall every year during December January. The high altitude mountain Sela pass does get heavy snowfall in winters.
Lachen town in North Sikkim is a popular tourist destination in Sikkim and base village of Gurudongmar Lake. The town is located 129 kilometres from Gangtok and the lake is highest lakes in India,which remains frozen during winter months.
Cherrapunji and Mawsynram, Meghalaya – Wettest Place in India
Cherrapunji and Mawsynram are the two wettest place in India, located nearby to each other in East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya. Mawsynram currently is the wettest place on Earth and Cherrapunji still hold the record of wettest place on planet with most rainfall in one month.