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Locations in India with No Summer Heat

The season of summer tires every individual, be it a college going student, or a daily working employee. At some point of time, the heat becomes unbearable for people living in the cities and the plains and plateaus. However, India has certain places where summer can’t do anything to the people who reside there. Those places are completely cool in climate and are mostly situated in hilly areas:
Auli, Uttarakhand:
A hill station situated in Uttarakhand with artificial lakes, temples, trekking and skiing spots. Even during the summer season, the climate is pretty chilled and therefore, it doesn’t let the people suffer from the sun’s heat.
Leh, Ladakh:
The high-altitude cold desert situated in the North India stays cool in climate all year. With no summer heat, you get to experience the snow-capped mountains even during the month of April.
Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu:
Despite being situated in South India, Kodaikanal is the hill station situated in the Ghats and is one of the coldest places in Summer. Definitely, Southern region residing people have this advantage to stay there to escape the summer heat.
Darjeeling, West Bengal:
Being a part of the Himalayan Region, Darjeeling keeps the summer cool and people residing there have the merit of not facing the drying heat due to the hilly regions of West Bengal.
Being a North Eastern state, Sikkim goes maximum up to 24 degrees Celsius which is almost like the coolest temperature in Southern Cities. Therefore, Sikkim never knows what it feels to be under the sunlight and bearing the heat of the sun.
India explores all climatic conditions and has certain places to avoid certain disturbing climates, which are these locations, that avoid the summer heats to fall on the people, and therefore, allowing them to live peacefully.

By Saswat Mishra

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Looks like Ananya Panday-Ishaan Khatter and also Kiara Advani-Sidharth Malhotra all saw the tiger!

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh traveled to the same destination to ring in the year 2021 as Ananya Panday-Ishaan Khatter and Kiara Advani-Sidharth Malhotra. In the arid hills of Rajasthan, they visited Ranthambore National Park. One of the best places to see the Royal Bengal Tiger in the country is in the Sawai Madhopur National Park, which covers the three districts of Sawai Madhopur, Karuali, and Kota.

There is a high probability, but no guarantee, that tourists will see the big cat in the park. Ranthambore is also home to other fauna, such as hyenas, leopards, sambar deer, langur monkeys, sloth bears, among others, as well as many bird species like Bronze-winged Jacanas, Sandpipers, Painted Spurfowls, Great Horned Owls, Painted Sandgrouses, and Nightjars. The city also has the largest banyan tree in the world.
Ranthambore National Park is named for the Ranthambore Fort, which stands tall amidst the jungle to this day. In 1973, when the shrinking forest cover and the increasing tiger population brought serious concerns, Ranthambore was designated a national park and tiger reserve. The fort dates back to the 10th century and is now one of Rajasthan’s most important historical landmarks. A Jain temple and three Hindu temples are located inside. They were both recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites in 2013.
There is only one way to explore the national park: through guided safaris aboard six-seater jeeps or open-top trucks (canters) for larger groups of up to 20 people. From November to January, safaris are conducted in shifts of three and a half hours, one in the morning from 7 am to 10:30 am and another in the afternoon from 2 pm to 5:30 pm. Timings may vary from year to year. Safari bookings can be handled either by your travel agency or the hotel, or you can do it yourself through the Rajasthan government’s online portal. Ranthambore’s gateway, Sawai Madhopur, offers several options for accommodation in the form of luxury villas and heritage hotels. Visit sites like Surwal Lake, Kachida Valley, Lakarda-Anantpura, Trinetra Ganesh Temple, and Jogi Mahal that are nearby the National Park.



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