While India is known for its rich culture and tradition, it is known for its red-hot weather as well. When its summer season hits, it would be scorching at its best right here in India. The hot temperatures in certain Indian cities would create untimely ruination in the lives of the natives. Also, the power cuts are associated with the lack of water and electricity which would be highly annoying. But the rare cool air would bring relief to the native people. However, people have to change their diet according to the weather. So, they would chill themselves to beat the heat during the summer air. Check out the list of extreme hot places in India.

SRI GANGANAGAR: Situated in the largest state of India, Rajasthan, Sri Ganganagar has the highest temperature in India. The scorching temperature of the place is recorded to be 50 degrees Celsius till date. Naturally, this Indian city shows extreme temperatures in both summer and winter seasons.

JHANSI: The state of Jhansi is situated in Uttar Pradesh which is popular for the brave queen Rani Laxmi Bai. It is known as “The gateway to Bundelkhand”. As the famous place is located about 220km north of the Tropic of Cancer, Jhansi exhibits high temperature. However, the city is situated in the plateau region and incorporates some tributaries flowing through it and it thus tends to be drying out during the soaring weather. The highest record of the place is 48 degrees Celsius.

NAGPUR: Since it is the third-largest city of Maharashtra and is the second capital of Maharashtra, Nagpur experiences the blistering temperatures with the highest record of 48 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, the city welcomes a fine tourist influx all throughout the year. With its highest temperature, Nagpur is geographically located in the center of India.

BILASPUR: Located in the state of Chhatisgarh, Bilaspur experiences the extreme heat from the sun. It also lies in the vicinity of the Tropic of Cancer and so it is known to be one of the scorching places of India. When the sun rises with high rays, it would thus make it impossible for the people to come out of the houses during the day time. Well, it lies about 220 km below the Tropic of Cancer and so it receives 10% more radiation than any other city. Well, the highest record of the place is 49 degrees Celsius.

VIJAYAWADA: Vijayawada is known to extremely hot and uncomfortable as it experiences the hot and flaming weather. It is famously known as the Oven of Andhra Pradesh. The tropical climate of the place makes it difficult for the native people. The city records the highest temperature of 49 degrees Celsius during the daytime.

TITLAGARH: Most of us found it new to explore but it is considered to be the hottest place in India once. Apart from the Thar Desert, Titlagarh is known to be experiencing red-hot weather back then. Situated in the state of Odisha, the city is exposed to a considerable amount of heat during the summer weather. The high temperature of the place is recorded as 43 degrees Celsius.