The coldest hottest wettest and driest places in India

The coldest hottest wettest and driest places in India

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The coldest hottest wettest and driest places in India

The coldest, hottest, wettest and driest places in India, you must also explore these places.

India is a diverse country, with not only a mix of religions, cuisines and cultures, but you will also find many different landscapes and varied temperatures. Temperatures in most parts of the country are recorded daily or slightly above and below normal, but there are some places in India where you will find either very cold temperatures, very hot or very dry. In this article today we are going to tell you about such places, where the temperature is seen at the extreme level, whether it is cold, hot or dry.
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Wettest place Mausinram, Meghalaya

The coldest hottest wettest and driest places in India

Situated in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya, this village holds the record for being the rainiest place in India with an average rainfall of 11872 mm. In 1985, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, 26000 mm of rainfall was recorded at this place, after which it also got the title of being the wettest place on Earth. This place is no less than a paradise, if you are going to visit Meghalaya, then definitely visit this place too.

Hottest place Phalodi, desert

The coldest hottest wettest and driest places in India

Phalodi is known for being the hottest place in India, with temperatures reaching up to 51°C. It is located in the buffer zone of the Thar Desert. Due to this place being near the desert, the highest temperature is recorded here. Despite the high temperature, people are settled here, as well as tourists also come here to visit.

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Drass, Kargil the coldest place

The coldest hottest wettest and driest places in India

This beautiful city is situated between Kargil and Zoji La Pass, also known as the Gateway to Ladakh. Situated at an altitude of 10800 feet, the average temperature recorded here is -23 degree Celsius, which makes it the coldest place in India. This place is also very much liked by the tourists. During winter, the temperature drops to -45 °C. In January 1995, the temperature of this place had dropped to -60 °C. According to several reports, at that time this place gave all the records in terms of cold places.

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Low altitude Kuttanad, Kerala

Low altitude Kuttanad, Kerala

Although it may sound a bit strange to you, but the lowest elevation is seen in the Kuttanad region of Kerala, which is also considered to be the lowest altitude area of ​​the country. Here farming is done 4-10 feet below sea level. This place is also known as the Netherlands of India, as well as it comes in those places of the world, where farming is done at such a low altitude.

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Leh the driest place

Leh the driest place

Leh city situated at an altitude of 11500 feet is the driest place in India. However, the lowest temperature is also recorded here during winters. But here the rainfall is the least. Its landscape is capped by the mighty Himalayan peaks, and its uninterrupted natural beauty attracts travelers from far and wide.

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