Are You Going To Jodhpur? Here is a summary of the weather in Jodhpur and suggestions for when to go there.
Jodhpur, the second-largest city in Rajasthan and the gateway to the Thar, has a significant cultural past in Marwar’s Rajputana past. Jodhpur, which is also known as the Sun City, will greet you all year long in traditional Rajputana fashion.
The climate in Jodhpur is often warm all year round because it is situated in the desert area of Rajasthan, near to the Thar Desert. While the summer months can be quite hot, the winter months are typically mild during the day and cool at night. Even though the summer and monsoon months are avoided by most travellers, these times do offer significant savings.
Even though there isn’t much of a variation in temperature throughout the seasons, you can choose the best time to visit Jodhpur based on the festivities you wish to attend. Find out which time of year is best for you to visit Jodhpur by reading on.
Summer (March through June) (March to June)
The summer months begin in March, and by the middle of the month, temperatures start to rise. The summertime temperature can get to 42 degrees Celsius. Due to its proximity to the desert, Jodhpur experiences a protracted and parched summer. Do drink plenty of water and steer clear of spending extended periods of time in the sun. But if you travel during this time of year, you may take part in Jodhpur’s vibrant Holi celebration. As June approaches, the temperatures start to drop and the heat becomes more bearable.
Monsoon (July, August and September) (July, August and September)
Jodhpur experiences extremely brief monsoons with little precipitation. While rain does lower daytime temperatures, it also slightly raises relative humidity. The range of temperatures is 24–37° Celsius. This time of year is ideal for budget travellers because it is the off season. There would be no lines at popular tourist attractions or crowded lodgings for you to deal with.
The Marwar Festival of Jodhpur occurs in September or October, depending on the lunar calendar. This festival, which was once known as the Maand Festival, will provide you the chance to fully appreciate the vibrant cultures of Jodhpur and Rajasthan. Please double-check your travel plans and make a point of going to this festival.
Winter (October to February)
Winter is the greatest season to visit Jodhpur because it is the busiest travel period with beautiful days and cool nights. While the days will generally be lovely, enabling enjoyable sightseeing, the evenings tend to turn chilly, necessitating the use of jackets.
Although October is typically mild, winter begins in November. Wintertime highs and lows are limited to 24o Celsius and 7o Celsius, respectively. It’s a wonderful idea to visit Jodhpur in winter because several major festivities occur then. During this time, in addition to the city’s year-round tourist attractions, you can take part in the Nagaur fair, the Maand Festival, and the Desert Kite Festival, depending on the lunar calendar.
Regardless of the weather, the magnificent palaces and forts that make up this city’s beauty will amaze you. Best places to visit in jodhpur such as Meherangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Balsamand Lake while you are in Jodhpur. In the month of October, the Marwar Festival offers a once-in-a-lifetime event. Once you’ve had your fill of this city’s magnificence, treat your palate to some of the many rooftop eateries’ delectable Marwari fare. Our favourite is the Indique Restaurant, where you may enjoy a glass of wine while taking in the nighttime view of the Meherangarh fort.