Hottest Places in India

1. Delhi
2. Churu
3. Sri Ganganagar
4. Bilaspur
5. Nagpur
6. Banda
7. Vijaywada
8. Jhansi
9. Titlagarh
10. Phalodi

India is blessed with mixed landscapes with different temperatures on every corner of the country. You would find the hottest places in India soaring the temperature even in the coldest season of the year. While in summer the temperature of Himalayan region stays near -5°C and Delhi, being just 600 km away from the mountains, scores 40°C. Situated in the tropical zone, the temperature of some places in the whole country can be seen touching the height of 50°C, creating new records every year.

From Nagpur to Vijayawada, the list of hottest places of India can go long enough. Plus, some places such as Jaisalmer, Churu, and Phalodi being located near the largest desert of India, Thar, break all the records by reaching 51°C during the day time. Heat waves, dry wind, and extreme humidity create an intolerable situation for people to step out during summer here. 
However, thanks to the adaptable nature of Indian people, they can adjust themselves even in such extreme climates of this subcontinent.

Here is the list of best hottest places in India:

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Starting with the Capital of India, Delhi has been recorded as the hottest city in India. Due to its' less proximity to the coastal area, every year Delhi faces extreme weather conditions in summer and as well as winter. While the temperature hovers around 35-40°C, extreme humidity levels make it more unbearable. The temperature reaches as high as 44°C in the months of May-July.

On average, the summer temperature of the city remains around 35-40°C. Despite being the hottest place of India, Delhi never fails its visitors to amaze with its' historical significance.

Highlights: Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temples, India Gate are some prominent tourist attractions existing in Delhi.
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Churu is a tiny city of Rajasthan which is considered to be the hottest place of India right now. Due to its existence in the desert region of India, Churu is also known as the gateway of the Thar desert. The temperature of the place has been recorded as high as 50°C. However, On average the temperature roams around 35°C during day time.

Unlike any other desert, Churu is also a prominent place that represents some famous historical architecture of Rajasthan. If you are thinking of exploring the Desert regions of India, Churu can be the perfect spot to start your journey.

Highlights: Grand Palace of Kanhaiya Lal Bangla, Surana, Mansa Devi Temple, Ratangarh Fort are some famous historical spots to explore in Churu.
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Sri Ganganagar

Here comes another desert city in our list of the 10 hottest cities in India. Located in the border area of India and Pakistan, the temperature of Sri Ganganagar can touch its peak up to 50°c during the Summer season. Being close to Punjab and Haryana borders, the place shares some common culture and traditions with Punjab.

Therefore, some people call Sri Ganganagar 'the Punjab of Rajasthan.' For producing a huge source of wheat, cotton, Bajra, sugarcane, and more, Sri Ganganagar has earned its name as the food basket of India.

Highlights: shopping fancy Rajasthani dupattas from the local market, visiting prominent religious spots can be the solid reason for you to visit Sri Ganganagar.


Located close to the tropic of Cancer, Bilaspur is one of the hottest places in India. The temperature of this place can rise as high as 49°C in the summer season, making it difficult for people to go without high SPF sunscreen and an umbrella. Due to extreme exposure during the daytime, people don't even dare to come out of their houses.

Keeping the temperature aspect apart, Bilaspur is also the center of prominent tourist attractions in Chhattisgarh.

Highlights: Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kanan Pendari Zoo Park, Rama Magneto-The Mall, Kutaghat Dam,  Bubble Island are some prominent tourist attractions to explore in Bilaspur.
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Let's explore another hottest place from the hottest state of India, Rajasthan. The famous salt city of Phalodi left no scarcity to reach the highest temperature of India recorded till now, 51°C, making it obvious to top as the hottest place in India. Being situated in the buffer zone of the Thar desert, the place always suffers from extreme heat exposure and heat waves.

Besides being known for its temperature, Phalodi has made a quite large fan base among tourists for owning some of the most popular tourist attractions in Rajasthan. From embroidery Rajasthani Jootis to heritage buildings the place has many to offer.

Highlights: Phalodi Fort, Jain Glass Temple, The demoiselle crane village, Lal Nivas are some worth visiting places in Phalodi.


The orange city of Maharashtra, Nagpur also faces the effect of soaring temperature during summer placing this city in the list of hottest places in India. During the day time in the extreme summer season (April to June) the temperature can be seen touching 48°C. To add more pinch of discomfort in the weather, dry hot winds blow all over the city.

It becomes unbearable for people living here to step out during day time in Summer. The second capital of Maharashtra is also known for being the residence of prominent religious structures.

Highlights: Jama mosque, Nagpur Ramtek Fort Temple, Deeksha Bhoomi, and Khindsi lake are the famous tourist attractions one can visit in Nagpur.
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located in the southern part of the Yamuna river in Uttar Pradesh, Banda recently joined the group of hottest places in India recording the highest temperature of 48°C. Blessed to be located beside the Yamuna river, a pleasant breeze provides temporary relief from the heat wave. The city is more than just an average warm area.

For carrying a prominent historical significance, Banda experiences numerous tourist activities here. From Khajuraho to Kalinjar, Banda captures a special place among historical place lovers in India.

Highlights: Bhuragarh Fort, Nawab tank, Bhambeshwar temple are some prominent places to pay a visit in Banda.


Known as the Oven of Andra Pradesh, Vijayawada falls under the category of the hottest cities in India. During the day time in the Summer season, the temperature can be seen climbing up to 45°C here, making it nearly impossible for people to roam around the city. Even on average one can witness the temperature rising to 37°C. Also, the extreme humid condition of this tropical area works as salt on wounds for the summer weather.

However, the beautiful city of Vijayawada is also a popular residence of Andhra Pradesh's prominent temples and historical architecture.

Highlights: Undavalli Caves, Prakasam Barrage, Gandhi Hill, Kanaka Durga Temple, Bhavani Island are some prominent tourist spots to visit in Vijayawada.

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The land of Rani Laxmi Bai is well known for its past glory and historical significance. Situated in the fourth largest state of India, Uttar Pradesh, Jhansi also faces the excessive heat of the Sun during summer, making it one of the prominent hottest places existing in India. The temperature here touches the ranges of even 47°C and on average stays around 35°C during summer days.

The place holds massive significance among historical places lovers. However, tourists mostly avoid visiting the place during this extreme summer season which starts from April to May.

Highlights: Jhansi Fort, Government museum Jhansi, Rani Laxmi Bai par, Barua Sagar, and Parichha Dam are the famous historical attractions to witness in Jhansi.

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Surrounded by barren hills and neighboring tropical areas such as Chhattisgarh, Telangana, the small town of Odisha can record as high as a temperature of 45.5°C. Besides being situated in a tropical zone, local soil condition is a prominent reason for the soaring temperature of this place.

Home to some famous tourist attractions of Odisha, the place is also well known for being the hub of non-veg sea food in the eastern region of India. If you have a love for a variety of non-veg food items, Titlagarh can be your next holiday destination.

Highlights: Rabandhara Waterfall, Ranipur Jharial, Titlagarh Green City are some famous tourist places to explore in Titlagarh.

People Also Ask About India

  1. Which are the hot places to visit in December in India?

    1. Goa: Situated in tropical areas of India, Goa's climate is ideal to get tanned even in December. The average temperature of Goa during December remains around 27°C. So, it can be perfect to spend your Christmas Eve enjoying the fun rides and activities here.

    2. Mumbai: Located in the western part of the country, The city of Dream, Mumbai is known to be one of the hottest places of India found during December. From visiting famous Bollywood film sets to enjoying Pav bhaji near the seashore, you can have a perfect winter vacation without putting tons of jackets on your body.

    3. Andaman-Nicobar island: This tiny island is another famous destination for those who want to escape the coldest month of the year, December. A warm breezy atmosphere, blue ocean, and clear sky make it the best place to hang out with your travel partners.
  2. Which are the hot places to visit in India during winter?

    1. Alibaug, Maharashtra: Famous for its' historical significance, the city in Maharashtra is one of the hottest places in the whole India. Being a coastal area, the weather here is always pleasant and the temperature always stays around 23°C-25°C. You can chill with the scenic view of the Arabian sea and warm breeze during winter here.

    2. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh: This popular world heritage site of India can be your next destination for a warm winter vacation. The land of historical architecture and heritage is counted as one of the hottest cities to be found in the extremely cold season in India.

    3. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan: The desert city of Camels and sand dunes is the perfect place to find warming nature in winter. Situated in the middle of the hottest state in India, Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is the best place to explore the traditional Mewari culture of India in winter. The weather condition stays around 26°c-27°C, making it the favourable season to start your journey of exploring the Thar desert.

    4. Puducherry: Enjoy a little glimpse of French culture in India here. The warm and pleasant atmosphere with almost 27°c temperature even during the extreme winter season can be absolute for you to explore the fascinating beauty of this place.
  3. Which is the hottest and coldest place in India?

    Churu is considered to be the hottest place in India. The temperature of this area of Rajasthan stays around 42-47°C. However, the whimsical climate of the whole country keeps changing every year. Therefore, the title of the hottest place can be changed any day. For a couple of years, the Drass valley of Ladakh has always been on the headline for being the coldest place in India. Situated in an extensive high altitude region of Himalaya, Drass's temperature can drop as low as -20°C.
  4. Which are the hottest cities in India?

    Some of the famous hottest cities of India are Delhi and Agra, where the highest temperature can record as high as 43°C. Places in Rajasthan like Churu make it top with a record 50°C during summer. Pilani and Rohtak are also considered very hot during the summers when temperature reaches a peak of around 47°C.
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