Climate India

New Delhi is a part of the megacity Delhi and India's capital. It is located in the interior of the country. Climatically, New Delhi is located in a continental subtropical zone; the weather thus bears traits of both the tropics and Asian steppes.
Mumbai, India's largest city, is characterized by proximity to the sea, a tropical climate and year-round warm to hot temperatures. Both dry and rainy seasons have their charms and make for impressive travel experiences in this vibrant coastal metropolis.
Bangalore is located in the south of India in the Deccan Tableland at about 900 m above sea level and has a tropical climate. The average annual temperature is 23.6°C with 831 mm of rainfall.
Chennai or Madras (former name) is one of the largest cities in India and attracts visitors with its bathing beaches, impressive buildings and diverse leisure activities. Especially in winter, pleasantly warm temperatures and a cooling off by the nearby sea attract visitors.
Agra is the city in India that attracts by far the most visitors. This is mainly due to the Taj Mahal, the 7th wonder of the world. Year-round summer to midsummer temperatures and the rainy season are characteristic of Agra. The best and most popular time to travel is from October to February. The heat is not so strong in these months and the monsoon season is already over.