TRAVEL CARE - JAIPUR Tours, Car Rentals, Hotel Bookings, Domestic & International Ticketing and Foreign Exchange

Travel agent in Jaipur offering Rajasthan your packages, car rental Jaipur and Hotel booking in Jaipur

 
 
Car Rental in Jaipur
Standard and deluxe cars and taxis are available for local and intercity tours and transfers.

Jaipur Tour Rs. 3000/-
Hotel Transfers Rs.1500/-
Jaipur - Delhi Rs. 6000/-

More car rental packages
 
Domestic and International Ticketing
We offer both domestic and international airline ticketing services at reasonable rates. 

More information
 

Jaipur Hotel Packages
We offer exclusive Jaipur hotel packages for budget and heritage hotels

More information
 

Climate of Rajasthan

Shopping in Rajasthan Rajasthan Crafts  Adventures in Rajasthan
Climate of Rajasthan Cuisines of Rajasthan Rajasthan Fairs and Festivals
Wildlife of Rajasthan

There are distinct temperature range variations diurnal and seasonally throughout the state, revealing the most typical phenomenon of the warm-dry continental climate. The summer begins in the month of March while the temperature keeps rising progressively through April, May and June. West of Rajasthan and the eastern side of Aravalli Range, in the region of Bikaner, Phalodi, Jaisalmer and Barmer, the maximum daily temperature hovers around 40C to 45C. Sometimes, it even reaches as high a 49C during the summer months. Nights of summers see a considerable temperature fall with a minimum daily temperature around 20C to 29C. However, Udaipur and Mount Abu, have a pleasanter climate in summers with a relatively lower daily maximum temperature that reaches 38C and 31.5C, respectively. The daily minimum temperature at nights for these two stations hovers around 25C and 22C, respectively. The major portion of the state tat consists of the arid west and the semi-arid mid-west has an average maximum of 45C in June.

 January is the coldest month in the stare of Rajasthan. The minimum temperatures sometimes fall to -2C in the night at places like Sikar, Churu, Pilani and Bikaner. The sandy land gets even colder with occasional secondary Western winds that cross the western, northern and eastern Rajasthan during winter months, and even cause light rainfall and chilly winds can be experienced during this period. Most of the Rajasthan, except the southeast Rajasthan comprising of Kota, Bundi and Baran and western Barmer have an average temperature of more than 10C. Due to the cold western winds, the whole of Rajasthan sometimes come under the spell of the cold wave for 2 to 5 days during winters.

 Rainfall:- Rajasthan being the desert area, its climate varies mostly from arid to sub-humid. To the west of the Aravallis, the climate is marked by low rainfall, extreme diurnal and annual temperature, low humidity and high velocity winds. In the east of the Aravallis, the climate is semi-arid to sub-humid marked by lower wind velocity and higher humidity and better rainfall. The annual rainfall in the state differs significantly. The average annual rainfall ranges from less than 10 cm in north-west part of Jaisalmer region (lowest in the state), to 20 to 30 cm in the regions of Ganganagar, Bikaner and Barmer, 30 to 40 cm in the regions of Nagaur, Jodhpur, Churu and Jalor and more than 40 cm in the regions of Sikar, Jhunjhunun, Pali and the western fringes of the Aravalli range. The more fortunate eastern side of the Aravallis see 55 cm rainfall in Ajmer to 102 cm rainfall in Jhalawar. Mount Abu in the Sirohi district in the southwest region receives the highest rainfall in the state (163.8 cm). The southwest monsoon begins in the last week of June in the eastern parts and may last till mid-September. There are occasionally pre-monsoon showers in mid-June while post-monsoon rains may occur in October. Winters may also receive a little rainfall with the passing of western distribution over the region. However, Rajasthan receives most of its  rainfall during July and August.

Broadly speaking, Rajasthan has a tropical desert climate. It is extremely cold from October to February while the scorching sun tortures the land from March to September. Due to scanty rainfall, women can be seen carrying water for miles to meet their daily needs during summers. To the south of Rajasthan, River Luni and River Chambal River and its tributaries bless the people with their water and form an alluvial basin in Kota.
 

Shopping in Rajasthan Rajasthan Crafts  Adventures in Rajasthan
Climate of Rajasthan Cuisines of Rajasthan Rajasthan Fairs and Festivals
Wildlife of Rajasthan

 

Travel Care - D-1, 2-A, Ground Floor, Jaipur Tower. Opp. A.I.R. M.I. Road, Jaipur 302012
Rajasthan (INDIA) Tel: +91-141-2371832, 2372210, 2371828 Fax: +91-141-2373810 
Email: travelcare4444@gmail.com, arun@travelcareindia.com

© Copyright 2004 - 2009 Travel Care, Jaipur (India). All Rights Reserved. Web solutions by TECHNO EDGE (INDIA)