The climate of Rajasthan can be divided into four seasons: Pre-Monsoons, Monsoon, Post-Monsoon and Winter.
Pre-monsoon, which extends from April to June, is the hottest season, with temperatures ranging from 32oC to 45oC.
The second season Monsoon extends from July to September, temp drops but humidity increases making it very un
comfortable, even when there is slight drop in the temp (35oC to 40oC). We have about 90% of our rains in this period.
January to March
50oF - 80oF
4MM - 7MM
April to June
75oF - 105oF
11MM - 30MM
July to September
70oF - 95oF
100MM - 165MM
October to December
55oF - 85oF
3MM - 8MM
Things To Remember
On the streets, wear shoulder bags across the body (impossible to snatch), and keep all money and valuables out of sight (never in unzipped pockets). Beware of being frisked by beggars pretending a friendly hug. Never give anyone your camera, radio or walk man to 'look at',unless you feel quite sure of getting it back again.
- On the streets, wear shoulder bags across the body (impossible to snatch), and keep all money and valuables out of sight (never in unzipped pockets). Beware of being frisked by beggars pretending a friendly hug. Never give anyone your camera, radio or walk man to 'look at',unless you feel quite sure of getting it back again.
- On trains, where there is much robbery, use your ruck-sack or bag as a pillow(or stash it under your knees)when sleeping. If going to the bathroom, bolt your bag to a fixed compartment attachment or to a window bar.
- On crowded local buses, keep a constant eye on your luggage. You may be asked to put your bags under a seat to make room for other passenger. Don't do it.
- In cheap lodging, double-lock the door(with combination padlock) and secure all windows before retiring for the night- thieves are adept at creeping into unsecured hotel rooms.
- If leaving your luggage for anywhere, for any reason, padlock it to a pipe, a bedstead, or anything that cannot be moved. Some hotels will remind it for you-but always get a receipt, and always check nothing's missing on your return.
Collect or exchange as much small change as practical, very few people seem to have change, especially in rural areas.
Take a fair amount of small denomination US money for airport (departure) taxes and when you only need to exchange a small amount of money-like when leaving a country. You can also often get better prices in shops if you pay with greenbacks.
In general, cash is better than traveler's checks. Cash can be easier and quicker to exchange and command a higher rate or the commission can be lower. In some places, the larger the denomination of bills, the better the exchange rate. Many merchants will take dollars and their rate of exchange can be higher than the "official" rate