Seasons in India. (Yuka)

Seasons in India. (Yuka)

Hello. I’m Yuka!

It’ so hot that I can’t stop sweating when I go out.



Today’s topic is “Seasons in India”.



I guess that many people think it’s hot throughout the year in India.



In fact, climates vary from region to region in India because the land is very large.

However,  seasons in India can be roughly divided into 3  as follows:


  1. Summer Season
  2. Monsoon Rainy Season
  3. Dry Season





Summer season




It is from March to June or July.



During this season, the temperature goes up to around 40 ℃.

Surprisingly, it may reach 50 ℃ in some areas!

Now, even during the night, it is above 25℃ and we can’t sleep well.



You must be careful not to get heatstroke and a sunburn in this season.




Monsoon rainy season




It is from June or July to October.



In this season, heavy rain falls in short time period. It happens several times a day.

Compared to the summer season, the temperature goes down but it’s more humid because of rain.



The number of mosquitoes increases and infectious diseases transmitted by them prevail in rainy season.

You should bring mosquito repellent  if you come to India during it.


And you should put raincoat or umbrella into your bag, too.




Dry season




It is from November to February or March.



It is little rain and the temperature is not so high in this season.

It’s a comfortable climate.

Therefore, I recommend  you to come to India in this season!



However, on December and January, the temperature sometimes falls to about 10℃.

So you need to wear warm clothes.




This is my 5th time coming to India.

However, I have never experienced cold season in India.

I’m looking forward to it!





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