Top 10 Hottest Places in India 2016

[Post Updated: May 2016]

The summer season is one of the main seasons of India for holidays makers, family vacations, and Indian tourist. Summer has begun in India since the start of March and continues until June. Sunbeams become warmer by day and we started getting days perspiration. All land heats this season.

But in April the sun heats up at 10 am The sun is very hot at noon in May and June also scorching winds starts to blow. People are unable to out of their homes and all work is hereby suspended until evening. People do not get relief, even in the afternoon and evening. They can not comfortably sleeping at night because of the heat.

Top 10 Hottest Places in India 2015

Traveler all round the world in India is believed, “India is the hottest place in the world”, so here we are sharing the list of Top 10 Hottest Places in India 2016.

The highest temperature recorded at Titilagarh was 50.1 degrees in 2016. Leaving aside the Thar desert, Titilagarh was once considered the hottest place in India.

But the hottest recorded temperature in Phalodi, Rajasthan was 51 °C (124 °F) on 19 May 2016 by the weather department of India (but unofficially). In Rajasthan, there is a town in Alwar district, where the temperature goes 50.6 °C (123 °F) to the official recorded. But there is no doubt that, Odisha one of the hottest places in India in 2013.

 

1. Rentachintala, Andhra Pradesh

State: Andhra Pradesh
District: Guntur
Elevation: 136 m (446 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 45 °C,
Highest Temperature: 52 °C
Languages: Telugu

Rentachintala village lies in the Krishna river plains in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh known for its high temperatures in summer in India, average temperature 45 °C, and the highest temperature ever recorded is 52 °C in 2012.

Read more: About Rentachintala From Wikipedia

Rentachintala.
Rentachintala. CC BY 2.0

2. Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan

State: Rajasthan
Founded by: Maharaja Ganga Singh
Elevation: 178 m (584 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 41 °C,
Highest Temperature: 50 °C
Languages: Punjabi, Hindi, Rajasthani, Bagri

Read more: About Sri Ganganagar From Wikipedia

Sri Ganganagar.
Sri Ganganagar. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons : CC BY 2.0

3. Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh

State: Andhra Pradesh
District: Kurnool
Elevation: 274 m (899 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 37 °C,
Highest Temperature: 47 °C
Languages: Hindi

Read more: About Kurnool From Wikipedia

Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh
Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh. CC BY 2.0

4. Medininagar (Daltonganj), Jharkhand

State: Jharkhand
District: Palamu
Elevation: 215 m (705 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 35 °C,
Highest Temperature: 46 °C (9 June, 2015)
Languages: Hindi, English, Nagpuri,Magahi

Read more: About Daltonganj From Wikipedia

Daltonganj.
Daltonganj. Photo Credit: indiarailinfo.com : CC BY 2.0

5. Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh

State: Uttar Pradesh
District: Sultanpur
Elevation: 95 m (312 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 34 °C,
Highest Temperature: 46 °C (24 May, 2015)
Languages: Hindi

Read more: About Sultanpur From Wikipedia

Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Photo Credit: indiarailinfo.com : CC BY 2.0

6. Churu, Rajasthan

State: Rajasthan
Elevation: 292 m (958 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 36 °C,
Highest Temperature: 45 °C (22 May, 2015)
Languages: Hindi, Marwadi

Read more: About Churu From Wikipedia

Churu, Rajasthan.
Churu, Rajasthan. Photo Credit: panoramio.com : CC BY 2.0

7. Bhagalpur, Bihar

State: Bihar
Elevation: 37 m (121 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 35 °C,
Highest Temperature: 45 °C (8 June, 2015)
Languages: Hindi

Read more: About Bhagalpur From Wikipedia

Bhagalpur, Bihar.
Bhagalpur, Bihar. CC BY 2.0

8. Banda, Uttar Pradesh

State: Uttar Pradesh
Elevation: 123 m (404 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 34 °C,
Highest Temperature: 44 °C (9 Jun, 2015)
Languages: Hindi, Bundelkhandi

Read more: About Banda From Wikipedia

Banda, Uttar Pradesh.
Banda, Uttar Pradesh. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons : CC BY 2.0

9. Bankura, West Bengal

State: West Bengal
District: Bankura
Elevation: 78 m (256 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 32 °C,
Highest Temperature: 44 °C (10 June, 2015)
Languages: Bengali, English

Read more: About Bankura From Wikipedia

Bankura, West Bengal.
Bankura, West Bengal. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons : CC BY 2.0

10. Amreli, Gujarat

State: Gujarat
District: Amreli
Elevation: 128 m (420 ft)
Summer Average Temperature: 33 °C,
Highest Temperature: 44 °C (28 May, 2015)
Languages: Gujarati, Hindi & English

Read more: About Amreli From Wikipedia

Amreli, Gujarat.
Amreli, Gujarat. Photo Credit: indiarailinfo.com : CC BY 2.0

 

All these hottest places in India maximum temperature remain higher 44 °C in the summer of 2015, leading to discomforting days for people. The monsoon can bring relief, but it looks like being ages away.

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