Explore The India’s Most Hottest Places

  1. Palodi, Rajasthan :- It holds the record for the highest verified temperature recorded in Rajasthan at 51 °C (124 °F) on 19 May 2016. It is the highest temperature ever recorded in India. Phalodi is a town and a municipality in Jodhpur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is the headquarters for Phalodi tehsil. Phalodi is also called the “salt city” due to the salt industry in Rin. Phalodi is in the buffer zone of the Thar Desert and often subject to extreme temperature conditions due to its arid climate.
  2. Nagpur, Maharashtra :- The highest recorded temperature of the city went to 48 degrees Celsius making it really for the inhabitants to survive. Nagpur is the famous orange city in the state of Maharashtra. It is the second capital of Maharashtra and one of the hottest places in India followed by Chandrapur and Wardha that experience high temperatures. Otherwise, the city experiences a huge number of tourists all throughout the year.
  3. Titlagarh, Odisha :- The temperature of the town rises up to 43 degrees Celsius during the day making it really difficult for the people to step out of their homes. Situated in the state of Odisha, Titlagarh is the hottest place in India especially during summer seasons. The city is well known for its ever so bustling markets and lively nightlife which makes it a popular place in Odisha.
  4. Titlagarh, Odisha :- The temperature of the town rises up to 43 degrees Celsius during the day making it really difficult for the people to step out of their homes. Situated in the state of Odisha, Titlagarh is the hottest place in India especially during summer seasons. The city is well known for its ever so bustling markets and lively nightlife which makes it a popular place in Odisha.
  5. Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh :- It lies 220 km below the Tropic of Cancer and thus receives 10% more radiation from the sun as compared to the other cities. Situated in Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur is the hottest place in India with temperature soaring heights in summers. The place is located near to the Tropic of Cancer and because of this; it remains so heated up that the daytime makes it impossible for the people to step out of their houses.
  6. Rentachintala, Andhra Pradesh :- The highest recorded temperature was 52 degrees Celsius in May 2012. Rentachintala is a village in the Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh and one of the hottest places in India. The village experiences tropical dry and hot climatic conditions. The scorching heat of the sun in the village sometimes crosses 45 degrees Celsius making it really difficult to even step out.
  7. Ramagundam, Telangana:- The summer season of Ramagundam city is extreme with the highest recorded temperature in the area soaring to 47.3 Celsius, creating a bit of chaos in survival. Located in the Peddapalli district of Telangana, Ramagundam is one of the hottest regions in India. The city boasts of a National Thermal Power station along with several open-cast coal mines, which is assumed to be the major reason for it being a city too hot to handle.
  8. Banda, Uttar Pradesh :- The temperature of the region touches 48 degrees Celsius. The city displays extreme weather conditions in both summers and winters. The temperature here in winters dips as low as 0 degrees Celsius. Popular for the Shajar stone, the Banda district in Uttar Pradesh is the hottest place in Uttar Pradesh state. Residents of the city also face a lot of trouble due to the disrupted lifestyle due to elevated temperatures here.

These places might be hot to visit but they have amazing views and very nice places to visit. People tend to come here and make their holidays memorable.

References:- https://www.easemytrip.com/blog/coolest-and-hottest-places-in-india

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