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Best time to visit Jaipur

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Winter Season in Jaipur

Winter season begins in the month of October and continues till March. Maximum temperature can be 22 ºC, while minimum temperature can go as low as 5 ºC.
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Best Time to Visit Jaipur

Jaipur is one of the cities in India that is popular for its unique culture, tradition and ethnicity. Well the harmony and the appearance among the folk also leave travellers spellbound. The robust ramparts and the palatial alleys together with vibrant bazaars, makes Jaipur as one of the busiest tourist destinations in India. Along with New Delhi and Agra it falls under the popular Golden Triangle package. Thus you can expect the rush of tourists during its peak time and the best time to visit Jaipur is during the winters when Jaipur climate dwells a temperature ranging from a minimum of 13 degree to 25 degree. Nonetheless Jaipur offers hot semi-arid climate and the temperatures remains relatively high all through the year.


The weather in Jaipur during the summers jumps up and scorches in between 35 degree and maximum of 48 degree, which is extremely and deadly hot and dry. Jaipur temperature ranges in between 30 degree and 37 degree in the month of April whereas it is at its best of its extremity in the months of May and June. Monsoon is occasional in this part of the country though one can expect medium to heavy rainfall in from July to September and the temperature in Jaipur drops to a minimum of 30 degree and cudlles to a maximum of 40 degree.


From October the temperature in Jaipur nestles at 25 degree and 30 degree and falls to 15 degree in November. From December to February the temperature can touch a low mercury level of 4 degree and this is the most ideal time for holidaying, sightseeing, and engaging various tourist activities.


Summer Season in Jaipur

The summer season in the city of Jaipur begins by mid of March and continues till June. Summers are hot with maximum temperature reaching up to 45 ºC, and minimum temperature is around 25 ºC during this season.

Monsoon Season in Jaipur

Monsoon season begins in July and continues till September. Monsoons bring rain, but do not give much relief from the scorching heat.

Events / Festivals in Jaipur

Teej: Teej is a traditional festival, in which women and girls participate. They worship goddess Parvati. They sing songs, perform folk dances, dress up beautifully in new clothes and jewellery, and apply Mehendi on their palms. Girls pray for their future life partners, while married women worship for the long life and prosperity of their husbands.

Gangaur: Gangaur festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and religious fervor in Jaipur. It is a festival celebrated by women folk. Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati are worshipped this day with great devotion. It is celebrated in the Chaitra month of Hindu calendar, that fall in the months of March and April. Women sing devotional songs and make clay idols of Shiva and Parvati to worship.

Kite festival: The Kite festival is celebrated in the month of January on the day of Makar Sankranti. The Sankrant marks the movement of sun towards the northern hemisphere. Several kite competitions are organized across the state of Rajasthan. The International Kite festival with participants from all over the world is organized by the Rajasthan State Government and the Jaipur sky is filled with colorful kites during this three day festival.

Elephant festival: The annual Elephant festival is organized in Jaipur on the day of Phalgun Purnima. It generally falls in the months of February or March. Huge majestic elephants are decorated with paintings and jewellery. Then processions of these royal elephants are taken. Female elephants are used for the festival. Several events such as Elephant race, Elephant polo, tug of war between elephants are organized.

Accommodation in Jaipur

The tourists can have various options for stay in the city of Jaipur. Several Budget hotels and guest houses are available at affordable cost. Hotels in Jaipur and Heritage resorts have a regal atmosphere that give you a glimpse of the princely state of Rajasthan.

Luxury Hotels in Jaipur

Travellers have plenty of options for fine dining with Indian, Mediterranean, traditional Rajasthani, Continental, Thai and Mexican cuisine.

Jaipur Weather

Quick Info

  • Attractions

    Forts, Palaces and Monuments
  • STD Code

    0141
  • Best Season

    Winters
  • State/Code

    Jaipur/None
  • LANGUAGES

    Hindi, English, Brajbhasha for literary works
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