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Jun 24, 2018 at 10:02

10 Places In India That Are So Hot You’ll Stop Complaining About The Delhi Summer Heat

by Meenu Katariya

40 degrees seems to be the new normal when it comes to the temperatures in Delhi. 

But, while Delhiites are finding it increasingly difficult to bear the heat (what has this past week been, hell?), there are other places in India that are way hotter.

These 10 definitely make the list.

1. Phalodi, Rajasthan

Current temperature: 42 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 51 degrees celsius in 2016

Source: Skymetweather

 

This town in the Jodhpur district of Rajasthan is known to be the hottest in the country. Back in 2016, it recorded the highest ever temperatures in India - 51 degrees celsius. The city virtually receives no rainfall at all.

2. Chandrapur, Maharashtra

Current temperature: 38 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 46.3 degrees celsius in 2018

Source: Skymetweather

 

This year on May 19, this district in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra was the hottest place in the world with temperatures soaring up to 46.3 degrees celsius. 

3. Nagpur, Maharashtra

Current temperature: 35 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 48 degrees celsius in 2015

Source: Hindustan Times

 

Nagpur recorded its highest ever temperature - 48 degrees celsius - in May 2015. This year too, it became the third hottest city in the world when temperatures as high as 46.2 degrees celsius were recorded in May 2018.

4. Rentachintala, Andhra Pradesh

Current temperature: 38 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 52 degrees celsius in 2014

Source: Asianetnewsable

 

This small village in Andhra Pradesh is known for its high temperatures during summers.  The maximum temperature averages more than 40 degrees, occasionally reaching as high as 45 degrees.

5. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

Current temperature: 41 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 52.4 degrees celsius in 2016

Source: Hindustan Times

 

Jaisalmer, being an arid desert region, is prone to extremes in terms of temperature. A border outpost in Jaisalmer registered a sizzling 52.4 degrees in 2016. The maximum average summer temperature is around 49 degrees celsius.

6. Churu, Rajasthan

Current temperature: 42 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 50.2 degrees celsius in 2016

Source: IndianExpress

 

This region of Rajasthan boasts of record temperatures ranging from below freezing point in the winters to over 55 degrees in the summer afternoons. Churu recorded the hottest day of the season on June 2 with a maximum temperature of 49.7 degrees Celsius.

7. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

Current temperature: 41 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 48.6 degrees celsius in 2018

Source: BBC

 

Summers in the famed tourist destination of Khajuraho can get extremely hot, with temperatures rising up to 47 degrees celsius. In May 2018, it recorded the highest temperatures in the country at 47.5 degrees celsius.

8. Sriganganagar, Rajasthan

Current temperature: 43 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 49.1 degrees celsius

Source: Livemint

 

Every year, Sriganganagar continues to break its own record of the highest temperature. This year too it remained the hottest place in the state when a maximum temperature of 48.7 degree celsius was recorded as early as May.

9. Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Current temperature: 40 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 47 degrees celsius in 2016

Source: MedicalDaily

 

The entire Saurashtra and Kutch regions reel under heat waves every year. And this year too Ahmedabad, along with other cities in Gujara,t crossed the 44 degree mark in May 2018.

10. Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Current temperature: 43 degrees celsius

Highest temperature: 48 degrees celsius in 2014

Source: Bhaskar

 

Gwalior falls in the rain shadow zone and therefore has extreme summer temperatures with the maximum average temperatures reaching 40 degrees celsius.

*sweating already*

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