I am currently a junior at the University of Delhi and am in my 3rd year studying in the Delhi School of Architecture. In my free time, I love to travel and explore the city.
Delhi is a city filled with interesting monuments, museums, and architectural wonders. I always have a few hours to kill during my breaks from classes and study halls. I love to explore the city in my free time and I always have a few hours to kill.
One of the many things Delhi has that is unique is the city’s air. It’s not quite as breathable as it is in Mumbai, but the humidity is quite low here as it is in the surrounding areas. In the summer, you can expect to sweat and feel a little chilly, but the humidity is really low here, and that makes it a much more pleasant experience.
In the summer, the heat creates humidity that is high and dry. The temperature is in the mid-70s and that creates a very dry environment. It’s hard to breathe and you can feel it in your face. The air is also quite cold at this time of the year and it can be quite windy there. I don’t know about you, but I’m always a little chilly when I’m sweating and not wearing a sweater.
In Delhi, the air is often a little cooler than what we were used to in the summer months, but the humidity is still pretty high and the temperature is typically in the mid-60s. However, Delhi is also prone to extreme heat waves, and during July, August, and September, extreme heat and humidity can easily lead to heat exhaustion. In extreme cases, dehydration can lead to a coma, seizures, and even death.
Delhi’s hot and humid summer weather is the result of the combined influence of three factors: the monsoons in India, the massive Indian heat wave from July to August, and the dry summer season. These three factors together have led to the heat wave which the city suffered in recent months.
Delhis has just suffered its first heat wave in four years. This heat wave is due to the monsoon season in India and the monsoons, which combined are responsible for the extreme heat. The summer season is over and the monsoons have moved on, but the heat is not over. This has led to the heat, which is now the second hottest city in India.
It’s also not over yet. The next stage of summer is from next month. It will be the hottest the country has ever recorded. And that is due to the monsoon season. The monsoon is the most intense period of the year for the country. The monsoons (rain showers) lasts for 8-10 months, and there are some places in the world that never see the monsoons.
And India is not one of them. We have been experiencing the monsoon from June to September for the last several years. This year’s monsoon has brought the heat to Delhi, which is already the hottest city in the world. The city of Delhi has set a new record for the hottest day ever, on June 16th. The previous record was set in the year 2000, when the temperature reached a reading of 35.4 degrees Celsius.
For several years, Delhi has been experiencing the coldest monsoon of all cities in India. In summer, the city is prone to heavy rains, which can lead to flooding. This year, the monsoon caused a flood in the city of Delhi. The city has also had its highest temperature ever recorded, at 37.8 degrees Celsius.